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If your sweet tooth has been hankering for a strong, lemony flavor mixed with earthy tones and a hint of menthol, you’ll love Cherry Cookies. This strain crosses Cherry Pie (aka Cherry Kush) and GSC, so it shares some genetic similarities with the popular Pink Cookies strain. It originated in Southern California as a medical-grade strain, and it’s moved into recreational markets as a GSC.
Cherry Cookies is known for its euphoric effects. This strain is one of the most popular forms of CBD because of its high CBD content. Patients report being able to lessen their use of pharmaceutical medications and bring relief to anxiety, pain, and PTSD. Users also say that Cherry Cookies has a heavy, physical feeling on the body with a relaxing effect that’s easy to fall asleep to.
The adverse effects of Cherry Cookies are not usually intense, but the ones that have been reported are mild and uncomfortable. Although Cherry Cookies is a powerful strain, it can cause some dry mouth and muscle tightness.
The THC level of Cherry Cookies varies, with some testers reporting levels of as much as 16% in their samples. The taste is strong and distinctively sweet, and it has a tangy aftertaste that lingers in the mouth.
Cherry Cookies have a high yield when grown indoors. It is resistant to mold, so it’s one of the easiest strains to grow indoors. Outdoor planting will result in a short, stocky plant that can grow to be an impressive 200cm (6.5ft) in height. The flowering time is around 10 weeks.
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