Georgia Pie

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About Georgia Pie

History & Genetics

Georgia Pie is a hybrid strain bred by Seed Junky Genetics straight out of California. The strain is a combination of Kush Mints and Gelatti, known as much for its berry flavors as for its nearly overwhelming full-body feelings of euphoria. The strain can easily leave you tingling, not just because of its THC levels in the mid-upper 20s but because of its potential to retain 3% CBD. For a taste of Georgia Pie (or what most would call peach cobbler) and an accompanying rush of happy feelings, this strain is an overachiever.

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Appearance, Aroma & Flavor

When it begins to flourish, Georgia Pie grows in small, insanely dense nugs shaped like popcorn puffs and speckled with sticky, snow-covered crystals that have hints of lavender coloring beneath.

Typical Effects


Common Usage

A Loss of Appetite
A Loss of Appetite

The taste of Georgia Pie goes down smooth, with a hit of rich, bright cherry flavor mixed with nuttiness, like warm dough. On the exhale, Pie gives you a mouthful of earthiness and herbs as the euphoria sets in.

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While smoking this strain, you’ll feel tingly and a bit out of it, warm and hazy all over. Feeling lifted, hungry, happy, and aroused, Georgia Pie users flock to the strain to regain their appetite, give up their nausea, or treat an unfortunate bout of insomnia.

The main terpene in Georgia Pie is ocimene, which helps users recover from depression and spur them into feelings of creativity and happiness. Those who suffer from muscle spasms, pain, and fatigue can find relief using Georgia Pie, which has also been known to have aphrodisiacal effects.

This strain’s effects run a fine line between energizing and sedating, making you feel a bit of both as you go up and down on a super-sweet ride of Georgia Pie. Many users experience feelings of dry eyes and mouth but the main takeaway is its mind-expanding feelings of happy calm. 


In 9-10 weeks, Georgia Pie flowers, yielding an impressive 18 oz. of usable weed per plant when grown outside. The plants flourish in humid, warm temperatures and are ready for harvest in October. Skilled growers remind beginners to always buy feminized seeds to get the best results. 

Georgia Pie produces a ton of trichomes when treated well, which is why the strain is favored by growers who want to use their garden to source high-quality concentrates. To achieve these results, Georgia Pie needs a good amount of regular trimming.


June 25, 2023

Mary Juana

I really enjoy the sweet nuttiness of this strain. It’s not the strongest but it’s great for an afternoon creativity sesh. I’d go back for more.

December 28, 2022

Cheeseball wafflefanny

Why 3 stars? It was very hit or a miss for me. It would either send me to the moon, or just give me the craps. May be the dispensary I went to but it’s all I have to go on. Would not buy again.

December 6, 2022

Jason Marlow

Very good smoke, look, smell, taste!🤌🏼💨

November 3, 2022


Was pretty impressed with a strain so much so I had to snap a pic of it! Really reminds me of old school Northern thought it was at least half Northern Lights because of the colors crystals and denseness. Didn't end up being so but either way with this one you're not going to go wrong not too overwhelming, hit you just right.

January 31, 2022

Valencia Shores

Farmers n Fellon pre roll Georgia Pie. It will take you to places you have been to before and loved. A slow curve upwards then a slow roller coaster ride on the down hill runs. Ended so high that I ate pepper corns which were no biggie. As i came down seeing there was a good butt in the ashtray I again went away but for a short time. I am 75 years old and a functional stoner.