About Cherry Wine
While the quest to develop incredible psychoactive strains has and continues to be a huge priority in the cannabis industry, a major emphasis is now also being placed on CBD strains. The team at High Grade Hemp Seed Inc has taken the time and care to breed some incredible plants, including Cherry Wine. A cross between The Wife and Charlotte’s Cherries, this bud can be enjoyed at nearly any time of the day.
CBD varieties lack measurable THC and often come in varying levels of potency. Cherry Wine clocks in at the high end with a range between 15% and 25%, letting users know that she’s ready to deliver a powerful experience. Buds are small yet quite dense and include peach colored pistils and a light smattering of trichomes. As one would imagine with a name like Cherry Wine, fruity flavors and aromas are certainly present, although many users also pick up hints of black pepper and even cheese. Depending on how sensitive your palate is, you might even notice pine and skunk in the mix, so don’t be surprised if this strain takes you a bit off guard at first.
Keep in mind, Cherry Wine offers nothing in the way of psychoactive effects, so smoking this strain won’t result in getting high. Instead, many often find that they succumb to feelings of relaxation and joy, allowing them to remain fully functional throughout the day by simply just shifting their perspective on things toward a more positive light. The ability to focus and zero in on pressing tasks has also been reported, but this effect will certainly vary based on your tolerance. Some cannabis users can get lured into the idea of smoking a CBD strain with wild abandon, but we’d advise that you treat this bud just like you would any other.
HGH Seed Inc doesn’t make their seeds available to just anyone, so your quest in home cultivation will start by filling out a form on their website. Assuming you are able to purchase seeds, keep in mind that this strain will take a bit of patience, as 9 full weeks are required for proper indoor growth. Many have had success with Cherry Wine in an outdoor setting as well, harvesting in mid-October and ending up with a nicely sized yield.
Those who are just dipping their toes into the idea of CBD strains may want to consider Cherry Wine as a nice option. Users often describe her high as relaxing without being stoney, so perhaps it’s best to save some for the evening on your first go around. After that, feel free to smoke her when it makes the most sense for you, and enjoy all that therapeutic strains have to offer.
love it! I make it into oil (1/2oz to 1.5 cups) and use 1-3 droppers full. also okay smoke. Calming and mellow for a low THC product
Very tasty strain, not a strong high , good for pain management, good before bed. Tested with early stages of fibromyalgia. Happy with the results