Cherry Kush Autoflower Strain Specifications
Type: Mostly Indica
Genetics Parents: Purple Afghani and OG Kush
Flowering Period: 55 to 65 Days
Yield: 10-12 oz/m2 indoor/ 12 oz/plant outdoor
Flavors: Fruity, Earthy, Cherry
THC Level: 17% to 23%
CBD Level: 0.55% – 0.68%
Harvest Period: early to mid-October
Growing Difficulty Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Cherry Kush?
Cherry Kush produces a powerful body high, but certain users may notice a cerebral high at first while using this strain. On the plus hand, as the strain’s impact takes over, you’ll begin to feel energized. As a result, the stress-inducing feelings that haunt your mind begin to melt away.
This is a powerful strain that induces total body relief. As a result, if you use too many, you can find yourself couch-bound. So, based on the period of a day or the tasks at hand, this is either beneficial or harmful. If you need to rest, cool down, and chill, this is a decent option. However, if you have many things to do, the last thing you want to do is use that many.
Cherry Kush is the type of strain that gets you high first, then eventually takes you down as the sedative properties kick in.
Cherry probably has a scent that is almost always pleasing to all. This strain does not disappoint, as it has a pungent fragrance and a soft cherry aroma with a faint earthy undertone.
This is one of the best-tasting medical marijuana strains available. It’s not only silky smooth, but it also has a fun, soft, and fruity cherry flavor. It can also have a trace indication of citrus in some situations, perhaps due to the condition of the crop or other factors.
What are the Medical Benefits of Cherry Kush?
Cherry Kush is often used to treat the effects of stress and anxiety disorders, including depression, due to its cerebral high and upbeat mood-boosting properties. It may also be used to alleviate the effects of mild recurring aches and pains, such as nausea, insomnia, and muscle aches.
But apart from that, Cherry Kush can increase appetite by making you feel hungry as the effects of the strain wear off. Unfortunately, it has poor CBD content, so it’s not the best strain for treating seizures.
Another benefit of Cherry Kush is that it will make you sleepy after the benefits have worn off. This allows patients who suffer from exhaustion or difficulty sleeping to get the rest they need for full-body healing.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Cherry Kush
New consumers and first-time users of this strain should proceed with caution when dealing with any potent strain. Dry lips and eyes are two of the most common negative side effects. This is perfectly natural when it comes to marijuana consumption.
If you stay within reasonable limits, this strain will provide you with all of the benefits mentioned in the consequences and medical use sections below.
However, if you use too much or surpass your tolerance, you can experience other side effects that are detrimental to your health. Few people can develop a slight headache or dizziness as a result of the medication. Some people may feel moderate paranoia on rare occasions, which is likely due to their disappointment at how powerful Cherry Kush is.
How to Grow Cherry Kush
Cherry Kush can be developed in a variety of environments, including indoors, outdoors, and greenhouses. This plant has vibrant green buds coated in a dense coating of trichomes, giving it a stunning appearance.
Cherry Kush takes 55 to 65 days to bloom on average. Despite its medium scale, this plant produces a large amount of fruit. You can extract up to 16 oz/m2 using the Sea of Green and Screen of Green techniques.
Growing this strain outdoors in an open environment with temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit should be perfect. If you take good care of it, you should expect a high production of more than 16 ounces per plant.