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Cherry Vanilla Cookies

Typical effects include Sedated

Typical Effects

Sedated
Sedated
Social
Social
Focused
Focused

Common Usage

Stress
Stress
Insomnia
Insomnia
Migraines
Migraines

About Cherry Vanilla Cookies

Cherry Vanilla Cookies is a well-balanced hybrid that packs a serious flavor punch. A cross between Ms Universe and the resinous Platinum Girl Scout Cookies, it offers consumers intense, heady effects to enhance its complex fruity aroma. Considered an easy strain to grow, Cherry Vanilla Cookies has a THC content measured at between 18% and 25%.

Cherry Vanilla Cookies sets itself apart right away with medium to large buds that have chunky, generally spherical shapes. The internal structure of these flowers seems to lean more indica, with a solid center comprised of small, tightly-coiled leaves. The leaves themselves are an eye-catching mix of mossy green and deep purple, with the latter hues appearance thanks to a high concentration of the pigment anthocyanin. Finally, bright orange pistils wind their way through these buds while parent strain Platinum GSC passes on a dense, sticky coating of silvery trichomes.

When properly cured, Cherry Vanilla Cookies has a mostly fruity scent, marked by tart, berry-like notes. A closer whiff may also detect some sour, nose-wrinkling odors. When broken apart or ground up. Cherry Vanilla Cookies can reveal some of the toasted, nutty aromas that makes Girl Scout Cookies so popular. Burning these flowers in a pipe or a joint gives off a smooth, light smoke that’s easily ingested. On the exhale, this smoke tastes fruity and leaves behind a creamy mouthfeel. Notably, the strain’s purple coloring doesn’t translate into a grape flavor; this is because its flavor and color are determined by separate compounds called terpenes and pigments, respectively.

Cherry Vanilla Cookies takes effect soon after ingestion, hitting users with a dizzying headrush. This may result in odd sensations like an increased pulse around the temples or flushing in the cheeks. Eventually, these tics die down, leaving smokers in a newly elevated headspace. Thoughts may move more quickly and may seem to have new layers of meaning. Similarly, consumers may jump from one concept to another in a kind of spontaneous free association. This plugged-in mindset can be a great way to get work done on all kinds of tasks, whether detailed and analytical or more artistic and creative. In social circumstances, Cherry Vanilla Cookies can even be a conversational aid, facilitating giddiness and good vibes. For some, the strain’s mental effects can take the form of sensory irregularities like visual and auditory distortions.

After about an hour, Cherry Vanilla Cookies will start to flex its physical properties. A shiver of relaxation, somewhat akin to Restless Legs Syndrome, may run through the core and limbs, weighing down any smokers who may have been active and away from home. Those who are already lounging, meanwhile, may start to contentedly sink into their surroundings. Because of its gradual decrescendo in energy, Cherry Vanilla Cookies is recommended for afternoon through evening use.

Cherry Vanilla Cookies’ versatile recreational properties can have some value for medical cannabis patients as well. Its initially cerebral mood can help those with attention deficit disorders to focus on one thing at a time. Additionally, its ability to enhance mood may temporarily soothe the symptoms of mild to moderate stress and depression. Physically speaking, the strain can alleviate pains, whether deep-seated and chronic or due to temporary inflammation. In a totally relaxed set and setting, this bud may even provide relief from insomnia, lulling users into a fulfilling sleep. Because its early mental effects may be disorienting or overstimulating, though, Cherry Vanilla Cookies is not recommended for patients who are prone to paranoia or panic.

Although Cherry Vanilla Cookies has been commercially cultivated by breeders like Diem and Dynasty Genetics, its seeds have not been made available for sale online. Those looking to grow the strain at home must seek out mature, healthy plants from which to obtain clones. These can be grown in controlled indoor conditions or outdoors in a hot and semi-humid climate. Although there are few tips available specific to growing this strain, its indica-influenced flowers imply that crops have a stocky, bushy silhouette and that they flower within 9 to 10 weeks.

With a well-rounded array of effects, Cherry Vanilla Cookies offers something for both indica and sativa fans. Its unique, biscuit aroma also makes the strain worth seeking out by terpene lovers.


Common Usage

Stress5/10

Insomnia4/10

Migraines3/10

Depressed2/10

Pain1/10

Typical Effects

Sedated4/10

Social3/10

Focused2/10

Relaxed1/10

THC Content

Highest Test25%

Strain Average21.5%

Hybrid Average13%

Wikileaf Average18%

Wikileaf Highest35%


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