Cherry Wine by High-Grade Hemp Seed Co. crosses The Wife and Charlotte’s Cherries, two high-CBD strains. Cherry Wine hybrid strains were created during the 2012 harvest season in Washington state, and the aroma offers sweet cherry notes with hints of cheese and black pepper.
Medical marijuana patients have found relief using Cherry Wine for various symptoms, including chronic pain, muscle spasms, seizures, and inflammation. The effects of the strain are described as upbeat, euphoric, relaxing, and creative.
The aftermath effects of this strain include dry eyes, dry mouth, and dizziness. The THC levels in Cherry Wine can range from 17% to 25%. The rapid onset of effects from this strain may make it difficult to medicate during social situations.
When growing this strain indoors, Cherry Wine has an average flowering time of 45 to 50 days, with indoor yields reaching about 10 ounces per plant. Outdoor plants have a longer flowering time of about 55 to 60 days and produce around 17 ounces of dried cannabis per plant if the right conditions are met.
The aroma of Cherry Wine is described as sweet cherry notes with hints of cheese and black pepper. The resulting taste is described as a sweet cherry flavor and can give a slight tingling sensation in the mouth.