Blackcherry Pie (1ml)
Blackcherry Pie is an evenly balanced hybrid (50% indica/50% sativa) strain created through crossing the classic Blackberry Kush X Cherry Pie strains. This bud has a mouthwateringly delicious flavor and moderate arousing effects to go with it, making it one all-around amazing hybrid. Blackcherry Pie has a fresh sweet fruit flavor that’s accented by berries and plum upon each exhale. The aroma is very woody and earthy with a berry overtone that’s accented by lavender and rich florals. Almost immediately after your first exhale, the effects of Blackcherry Pie will start to kick in, lifting you into a soothing state of euphoria that eases away any mental pains or racing thoughts. As this effect grows, you’ll feel an influx in creativity and a slightly tingly effect in the back of your head and neck. Slowly the rest of your body will fall victim to this tingle, dropping you into a heavily aroused state. Thanks to these effects and its moderate THC level, Blackcherry Pie is said to be perfect for treating conditions such as appetite loss, nausea, chronic pain or cramps, and insomnia. This bud has super dark, almost black, nugs with sparse orange hairs and a coating of lavender crystal trichomes.
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