Wedding Pie Strain
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
If you’re in the market for a Sativa-dominant hybrid, then this strain is definitely worth considering. Wedding Pie results from crossing Grape Pie with one of the most popular strains out there, Wedding Cake. This produces an indica-leaning, hybrid strain that offers all of the benefits of both varieties.
Wedding Pie has a sweet fragrance reminiscent of raspberry and lemonade that also has hints of white chocolate and grapes. The smoke tastes like vanilla spice cookies with sugar on top. It originates from the Western U.S., but it is grown in Oregon, so keep that in mind if you’re looking to try it.
You’ll feel like you’ve just eaten a giant slice of wedding cake when you smoke this strain. It’s a strong cerebral head high that may be too intense for some, and it will definitely lift your mood. The high expands into your body, making you feel happy and euphoric. It is great for a relaxing night alone or with friends as its medicinal properties are pretty well-known by now.
This hybrid is best used for treating depression, anxiety, chronic pain, insomnia, and nausea. Its adverse effects include dry mouth, cottonmouth, and red eyes. There’s a chance of paranoia and dizziness.
Wedding Pie is recommended for intermediate to experienced users who know how to handle their cannabis. It won’t hurt your lungs, and it offers a nice taste, but you might need a snack before consuming it, as it can make you feel hungry. Its THC levels are between 25 and 30 percent, which makes it a potent strain. It has a high CBD content, too.
This strain has a fast flowering time, so you should plan on having this ready for harvest within nine weeks of starting your seeds indoors. You will need a very sunny location when you start your seedlings for this strain; this is because it’s not particularly forgiving of indoor growing conditions and needs a lot of sunlight to achieve its maximum potential.
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