About Gelato Cake
Gelato Cake is one of those strains that’s quite possibly perfect — her flavors are out of this world, she’s been rumored to have an intense set of effects, and she’s often readily found in your local dispensary. What isn’t so amazing is the fact that, despite her well-known Wedding Cake and Gelato #33 parents, no one really knows how she got here.
At the high end, this strain will offer a THC potency of 25%, making her a great choice for experienced users while also being an option for more adventurous novices. Her buds are a very dark green tone and are complete with a plethora of thin pistils and an immense amount of chunky trichomes. The flavors and aromas offered by Gelato Cake are definitely a little odd, as your tongue will enjoy a mixture of vanilla, berries, pepper, and pine. Notes of sour citrus and gas will permeate the room as you smoke.
Ideal for nighttime use, Gelato Cake is often recommended by her fans when you want a hard-hitting set of effects. Initially, a burst of euphoric energy could very well take over your mind, offering you the focus and creativity to devote yourself to an ongoing project. Don’t expect this to last forever though, because more often than not, smokers end up drifting into a state of total relaxation. Depending on your tolerance, your experience could turn sedative in nature and land you in bed far sooner than you planned!
While cannabis is often used for medical purposes, it doesn’t mean that you have to have a serious health issue to enjoy its effects. Gelato Cake is often smoked by those who are dealing with minor depression or anxiety as it can help to clear their mind. Physical pain like cramps or muscle soreness may also be soothed, and if you are sensitive to THC, you might even find that this strain helps to overcome insomnia.
Since Gelato Cake is so mysterious to so many, it’s not a surprise that there’s not much information out there when it comes to home cultivation. If you happen to find seeds for sale with this moniker, why not take a chance and try your hand at some experimental gardening? Some do report that this bud will do well either inside or outdoors and should flower after 8 to 9 weeks, but it’s not widely confirmed that this is the case.
One of the most funny things about Gelato Cake is that her parents have seemingly created a range of strains with varying names, yet each one tends to bring a little something different to the table. If you’re up for an experiment, try tracking down a range of strains that have come from crossing Wedding Cake and Gelato #33 and see just how similar they may or may not be.