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Cherry Pie from Toking Farms

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Cherry Pie from Toking Farms (Formerly WOW Farms)

Quick Take - Lineage: Granddaddy Purple x Durban Poison // ~60/40 Indica-Dominant

"Cherry Pie, sometimes known as Cherry Kush, is a popular and potent indica-leaning hybrid. This strain is a cross between flavor-packed indica Granddaddy Purple and strong sativa Durban Poison, and it offers smokers some of the best characteristics of both parent strains. Cherry Pie’s balanced and mind-expanding high is enjoyable in a wide variety of settings. This versatility, along with the strain’s tart and fruity taste, has made it a staple in dispensaries nationwide.

"[The aroma is described as] a sweet, rich cherry jumps off of the buds, accented by some light herbal and floral notes. When it’s combusted, Cherry Pie gives off a smooth smoke that’s easily inhaled and on the exhale tastes toasted and biscuity with a hint of sweet fruit. Smokers should keep in mind that this strain can be especially pungent; those concerned with discretion should take any needed precautions.

"Cherry Pie has a high that mounts slowly, beginning as a progressive feeling of relaxation. At first, smokers may detect a slight pressure in their sinuses. After several minutes, Cherry Pie dissolves tension in the core and limbs and facilitates deep, easy breathing. Users may feel like any mild, short-term worries or stressors have evaporated. This pleasant sensation can be the perfect accompaniment to a morning cup of coffee or an evening cocktail. As the high progresses, this strain’s sativa side emerges, working on the user’s perceptions. Visual or auditory stimuli can take on a new intensity, and otherwise mundane thoughts may seem markedly more interesting." - from Wikileaf



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[For use only by adults aged 21 and over // It is illegal to operate a motor vehicle or machinery while under the influence of cannabis // Keep out of reach of children]

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