Cherry Sherbet enthralls the senses with its tangy aroma. Flavors of cherry make up its smoke and coat the palate, hinting at what is to come. Upon consumption, it delivers an invigorating rush that wakes the mind and body from lethargy.
It could be used with friends as a recreational primer. It raises confidence and uplifts the mood, creating an excellent disposition that shines during social events. One could also use it alone. It is a good wake and bake strain that gives users that last extra push before the day ends.
Its cerebral and physical buzz also works well when it comes to managing certain health conditions. For instance, one could use it to reduce stress, appease psychological distress, and relieve pain. As such, it holds significant therapeutic value to patients undergoing medical care.
Cherry Pie influenced its ability to act quick but last long. Meanwhile, the elusive Sour Sherbet could be credited for its happy high and creative energy.
Our Cherry Sherbet Strain Review
Information About Cherry Sherbet Strain:
|ORIGIN||Sour Sherbet and Cherry Pie|
|EFFECTS||Relaxed – 10|
Happy – 9
Uplifted – 9
Creative – 8
Energetic – 8
|FRAGRANCE||Sweet, tangy, floral, herbal, citrus|
|FLAVORS||Sweet, cherry, sour, citrus, floral, herbal|
|ADVERSE REACTIONS||Dry mouth – 10|
Dry eyes – 5
Dizzy – 1
Anxious – 1
Paranoid – 1
|MEDICAL||Insomnia – 10|
Lack of appetite – 8
Stress – 7
Pain – 7
Depression – 4
|FLOWERING TIME INDOOR||7 to 9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOOR||Late September to mid-October|
|THC CONTENT %||16% to 23%|
|INDOOR YIELD||10 to 12 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||12 ounces or more per plant|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||Unknown|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Cherry Sherbet’s effects are quite cerebral. However, unlike most Sativas, its effects are not as quick as lightning. Its onset is a gentle rush of energy bides its time; similar to the slow-starting Indica.
Once in full effect, a change in disposition is instantly visible. Users look and feel refreshed as worries dissipate and an innate sense of confidence reappears. The upbeat disposition, along with a mental clarity, inspires a creative streak. Thoughts flow and form freely into ideas.
At the comedown, the initially invigorating onset turns into a soothing sensation. It removes the tightness around the joints. No doubt, users will feel like a newly oiled machine. Although intense, it does not settle in the limbs and lock users to the couch. Instead, it supports one’s creative endeavors by complementing it with a limber body that could complete light physical tasks.
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Cherry Sherbet has a sweet enthralling aroma with a tangy overtone. Combusting it reveals a blend of floral herbs and citrus.
Coating the tongue is a sweet cherry with a slight sourness that improves its overall profile. Blunting what otherwise may have been an overpowering citrus is a floral undertone that enriches the smoke. On the exhale, it leaves an herbal aftertaste.
One can expect the usual dry spell that affects the eyes and the mouth with Cherry Sherbet. Along with it is a tendency for greening out as well. The condition, which is characterized by dizziness, anxiety, and paranoia, is usually caused by overconsumption but one’s disposition could have an effect on it too. Thus, start with low dosages and use only a moderate amount.
Cherry Sherbet provides quick relief against chronic stress which can snowball into bigger health problems if left unattended. It has a gentle clarifying high that eliminates worries along with mental and physical fatigue. As a result, users will feel refreshed from the accumulated negativity.
Long-sufferers of depression, anxiety, and PTSD will also find comfort in its effects. It turns days around as it removes worries, instills a sense of calm, and improves the mood. Not only that, the clarity helps patients with ADD/ADHD stay clear of distractions.
It has analgesic properties that appease various aches and pains regardless of its cause, source, and intensity. It is particularly effective against gastrointestinal pains such as a lack of appetite and nausea. Its soothing effects appease turbulence in the stomach to improve the food process as well as prevent vomiting. As such, cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy will find comfort in its buds.
People with insomnia will benefit from Cherry Sherbet as well. It has sedating properties that bring on a drowsiness that not only lulls users to bed early, but also improve the quality and quantity of sleep. In this way, users feel reenergized for the next day.
Cherry Sherbet exhibits a predominantly Indica growth profile. It is small, branchy, and bushy. Its stalks are thick while its branches are hardy, allowing it to stay upright despite the weight of its heavy buds. Its other key traits are its short flowering period as well as impressive resistance to common pests and diseases.
Indoors, growers have more advantage as making provisions for the plant is easier. One could switch the lighting schedule then install 600-watt light fixtures once it has completed two to three weeks of vegetation. Installing a ventilation system and a fan to cast a light breeze will help circulate air in the lower nodes. This could also be supplemented by pruning dead branches or leaves.
It thrives under the non-invasive Sea of Green setup which shortens the flowering period without affecting yields. This method requires sowing four seeds in a single square meter then gently coaxing the main colas, bringing each toward the light. With regard feeding and nutrition, there is little need for deviation, but one could still add boosters that will aid in bud production.
Outdoors, exposing it to a dry but sunny climate would be ideal. Still, it will thrive for growers in areas with balmy, rainy, and cold weather without any notable negative effects on its performance. On the contrary, it grows vigorously when it is under the sun.
It takes Cherry Sherbet between 7 to 9 weeks to flower indoors. Growers can expect between 120 and 12 ounces of buds at chop down.
In the northern hemisphere, Cherry Sherbet fully blossoms around the last week of September to the middle of October. At harvest, it yields up to 12 ounces of buds per plant.
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