The cannabis strain Cherry Pie offers a sweet smell and flavor that’ll leave you feeling relaxed and happy, just like the dessert it was named after.
Although the exact origin of Cherry Pie is unknown, it’s often mistaken for another marijuana strain: Cherry Kush. Made popular in the Bay Area by rapper and cannabis businessman Berner, Cherry Pie has won several awards, including best medical sativa in the 2014 High Times Cannabis Cup. This hybrid is crossed with Durban Poison and Granddaddy Purple and averages about 20% THC.
Cherry Pie’s flowers are dense, dark green with orange pistils and have a purple tint. The signature trait of Cherry Pie is its rich, sweet scent that’s reminiscent of cherries. This marijuana strain’s pungent, fruity smell carry over into an earthy, berry flavor.
Cannabis consumers love Cherry Pie for its euphoric, uplifting and giggly effects. These effects aren’t noticed immediately as the onset is slow, but expect a cerebral high that’ll progress into full body relaxation. The combination of cerebral and physical effects make Cherry Pie a good option for a cozy day indoors or as an after dinner dessert.
Because Cherry Pie improves moods and eases the body, medical marijuana patients suffering from stress, depression or chronic pain may want to consider trying this marijuana strain. Cherry Pie’s ability to bring about mental and physical relaxation can also lead to a restful night’s sleep.