About Humble Pie
Often used to describe the act of suffering humiliation, Humble Pie is an indica-dominant bud that will bring you a much more positive experience. Crafted by Dungeons Vault Genetics out of the Pacific Northwest, she’s an interesting cross between Cherry Pie and Grandpa’s Breath. It’s possible that she’s in short supply as Humble Pie isn’t featured anywhere on the DVG website.
This gal is slightly on the stronger side with THC potency that can reach as high as 24%. Each frosty nug looks quite powerful with beautiful purple undertones, bright orange hairs, and trichomes that take on a lavender shade. After just one hit your mouth will be enveloped with flavors of sweet berries and sour citrus, making most people long for more. The aroma in the air is similar although it tends to take on a more savory note with spicy earth and herbs. Hints of grape may be detected as well depending on how sensitive your palate is.
Like any good hybrid strain will, Humble Pie has a tendency to lift you up before taking you down. Your high could possibly begin with a set of cerebral effects that infuse you with euphoria down to the core, lighting up your creativity and inspiring you to finish a long-forgotten project. It’s best to take advantage of this feeling while it’s fresh, as many report that this energy is short-lived. Ultimately, the goal of Humble Pie is to help you relax and make your night more joyful, so grabbing some blankets and pillows for the couch isn’t a half-bad idea.
Although Humble Pie typically doesn’t have much in the way of CBD power, she’s still a popular choice when it comes to medical marijuana users. Most note that this strain is great for dealing with depression and anxiety, allowing your daily worries to melt away for at least a few hours. Depending on how sensitive you are to THC, Humble Pie could be a great remedy for insomnia as well. Issues of bodily pain, cramps, migraines, and more are also often easily tackled with this tasty gal.
Trying to track down seeds or clones of Humble Pie tends to be quite a challenge as it appears to be an older strain that’s no longer being grown. If you do end up with the opportunity to cultivate this gal at home, it’s recommended that you consult an experienced grower first. Rumor has it that Humble Pie will thrive inside or outdoors and ends up being a rather compact plant. You’ll likely be able to reap a sizeable harvest after 8 to 10 weeks.
Rather than feeling embarrassed or ashamed, Humble Pie will hopefully infuse you with a wide range of positive effects. Whether you’re attracted to her flavors, aromas, or the way she makes you feel, it’s not a bad idea to add her to your list of must-try strains. The next time you see this gal on dispensary shelves, make sure to snatch her up before she’s gone permanently.