Cherry Moon Pie
About Cherry Moon Pie
Crossing strains that are often described as “rare” or “famous” is a pretty logical combination, right? Those at Big Buddha Seeds seem to think so, as they’ve taken Cherry Pie and Bubba Kush and created a mostly indica bud that’s pretty wild. Depending on your tolerance, Cherry Moon Pie might be the best part of your afternoon, allowing you to socialize with friends to your heart’s content, or it could be the thing you need to get a great night of sleep.
Perhaps the only downside associated with this strain is that everyone seems to want to keep her potency levels under wraps. At best, reports state her THC as “medium,” so we’d guess this plant lands in the upper teens to low twenties range. Her nugs are very dense and often take on a blue or dark green coloration, and when you consider that she’s completely covered in resin, there’s no reason not to partake. Actually, there might be one reason and it depends on your flavor preferences - Cherry Moon Pie takes on a strong taste of cherries along with a bold hint of skunk.
In most cases, you can take one look at a plant’s data and have a pretty good idea regarding how she’ll behave in your system. Cherry Moon Pie tends to turn logic on its head a bit, and before users experience her typically sedating effects, they’re first gifted with the chance of creativity, focus, and a boost in their mood. For many, this strain is ideal when tackling last-minute projects at the office that require you to zero in and use every available bit of brainpower. Keep in mind, though, that won’t last long because once you begin to feel a bit relaxed, there’s no telling what might happen.
Individuals who are considering starting a home garden may be at a loss when it comes to good strains to start with, so let us help out a bit. Cherry Moon Pie is ideal for nearly any cultivation set-up and usually does well inside, outdoors, and in greenhouse environments. Reports confirm that this plant grows vigorously and produces yields that are pretty large. Her flower tends to get rather heavy, so it’s advised that you offer extra support early on, and after 7 to 9 weeks she’ll be fully mature.
It takes a special someone to really see the beauty in this strain, as her mixture of effects and skunky aroma can certainly be off-putting for many. However, if you’re able to appreciate Cherry Moon Pie for who she really is, there’s a good chance that she will become one of your new favorite buds. Make sure to experiment with your dosage first rather than assume she’ll be uplifting from the start - the last thing you want is to fall asleep at work.