About Cherry Fire
Cherry Fire is a balanced hybrid with a soothing blend of physical and mental effects. This strain crosses the potent genetics of Fire OG with flavorful Cherry Pie to yield colorful, aromatic buds. A useful strain for recreational as well as medical consumption, Cherry Fire has THC levels found to range from 17% to 25%.
Flowers of Cherry Fire are small to medium in size and adhere in chunky, irregular shapes. These buds have the dense internal composition more often associated with indicas, with a solid core made of tightly-coiled leaves. These small leaves are a bright shade of spring green and are flecked with curly orange pistils. Finally, Cherry Fire’s flowers are coated in a sticky layer of translucent trichomes, accounting for the strain’s potency.
Cherry Fire has a predominantly sweet aroma which, thought not very cherry-like, nevertheless has fruity overtones. Besides hints of berry and citrus, a deeper whiff may also reveal some the mellow, woodsy scent of pine. Grinding up or breaking apart these flowers, meanwhile, releases a rich, hashy odor that pays tribute to the strain’s OG Kush background. When combusted in a pipe or a joint, Cherry Fire burns with a light but slightly sour smoke. This smoke has flavors of incense and orange on the exhale.
Cherry Fire takes effect quickly, sometimes hitting smokers before they’ve even been able to exhale its tasty smoke. The strain’s high arrives in the form of a headrush and some subsequent facial tics like an increased pulse around the temples; some consumers may also experience flushing in the cheeks. Once these sensations die down, though, smokers will notice that their thoughts are moving more quickly than usual or have taken on a new intensity. Ideas may also be subject to spontaneous free associations, causing users to jump from one concept to the next. For those who need to get some work done, this cerebral stimulation can enable a bout of productivity. Cherry Fire’s sped-up stream of consciousness may also spill over into rambling conversations, especially when the strain is shared with some friends. Alternatively, this strain’s mental edge can simply be a fun way to enhance an otherwise boring day of errands.
As this high persists, Cherry Fire begins to introduce some physical properties. A relaxing tingle that originates in the neck may become progressively stronger, radiating a sense of calm throughout the body. At first, this relaxation exists alongside the strain’s initial mental effects; in fact, the bud’s later phase can be a good way to enjoy coordinated, embodied activities like dancing, working out, or even having sex. With more time or increased dosage, however, Cherry Fire’s head buzz can take a backseat to its heavy body stone. Smokers who are lucky enough to be lounging at home may start to sink into their surroundings, making any extended physical activity unlikely. Because of its slow decline in energy, Cherry Fire is recommended for afternoon or evening consumption.
Cherry Fire’s recreational versatility can also have several benefits for medical cannabis patients. Its cerebral onset can boost concentration for those with attention deficit disorders while its improved mood can help lift the clouds of moderate stress and depression. On the physical end of the spectrum, Cherry Fire can bring relief to those suffering from chronic, disease-related aches and pains. Its anti-inflammatory properties may also take the sting out of discomforts like cramps or headaches. Because its thoughtful vibe can take a wrong turn into paranoia in the wrong set and setting, though, Cherry Fire is not a good option for patients who are cannabis newcomers or who are prone to panic.
Seeds of Cherry Fire are not available for sale online, leaving prospective home grows with the option of obtain clippings from a trusted cultivation source. These clippings can be propagated as “clones” and may grown in controlled indoor conditions or outdoors in hot, humid climates. While detailed information is lacking on best practices for growing Cherry Fire, its indica-influenced flowers suggest that plants have a short, stocky stature with strong patterns of lateral branching. Its chunky buds also imply that Cherry Fire’s crops flower within a brief 8 to 9 weeks when grown indoors.
A fruity strain that’s as fun to toke alone as it is to share, Cherry Fire is a great all-purpose smoke.