Cherry Pie

Cherry Pie is a talented hybrid that is potent, but easy on the THC.

This bud is popular due to its fragrant scent, boasting of sweet and sour cherries, creating an inviting mix of aromas that will easily make your mouth water.

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The origin of this fragrant strain is often disputed, but there is no doubt about how legendary it is.

As sweet in taste as it sounds, this strain carries a pleasant aroma that will remind you of fresh baked goods.

Cherry Pie is a hybrid is said to have been derived by mixing Grand Daddy Purple with the genetics of famed African Durban Poison.

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This indica-dominant hybrid is loved for its cerebral, relaxing effects, coupled with its distinct aroma.

Cherry Pie is also body-heavy, making it effective for those seeking a way to releases physically manifested stress and nervousness.

This beautiful and mellow strain is perfect for a day of relaxing on the beach surrounded by friends and loved ones, and forgetting the worries of the world.

Cherry Pie weed strain attributes:
ORIGINGranddaddy Purple mixed with Durban Poison
EFFECTShappy – 10
relaxed – 10
euphoric – 8
uplifted – 7
creative – 4
dry eyes – 9
headache – 3
paranoid – 2
dizzy – 2
FRAGRANCEblueberry, cherry, earthy, sweet
FLAVORSsweet, berry, earthy, cherry
MEDICALstress – 10
depression – 8
pain – 6
lack of appetite – 5
insomnia – 4
THC CONTENT %13%-23%
CBD %0.04%-0.2%
INDICA / SATIVA %80% / 20%
OUTDOOR YIELD14oz/ plant
CLIMATEwarm, mediterranean climate

* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest

Cherry Pie Effects

Cherry Pie is an indica-dominant strain, but is surprisingly light on the body high.

This bud will awaken all the happy feelings in you and make you feel relaxed and delve into a mesmerizing state of sudden euphoria.

Cherry Pie is great at uplifting and will alter your mood to make you feel inspired and ready to get creative.


Instead of making you feel slow and ready for a nap, like most indicas would, Cherry Pie does exactly the opposite, by providing you with an extra surge of energy, allowing you to enjoy the buzz even if you are in a social situation.

Cherry Pie is effective in its effects without being overwhelming and overly strong, which is why many users prefer this strain.

It allows you to simply kick back, enjoy the smoke, enjoy the flavor and ease into your high slowly and surely.

Cherry Pie terpenes

Cherry Pie has an exquisite terpene profile dominated by myrcene. There are a lot of other terpenes that this deliciously-tasting strain contains including β-Pinene, caryophyllene, geraniol, D-Limonene, and α-Bisabolol.

Aroma & Flavor

This strain’s scent is super dank. Cherry Pie smells just the way it sounds, like a freshly baked Cherry Pie, fresh out of the oven.

This hybrid will fill the room with a pleasant tangy sweet-sour scent that is reminiscent of blueberries, cherries and mix of an earthy spice.

Cherry Pie Strain Fragrance
Cherry Pie Strain Fragrance

The sweetness of this fragrant hybrid is distinct even in the taste of the inhale.

Cherry Pie tastes like smoked cherries, cut in with a flavorful earthiness that leaves a sticky-sweet taste on your tongue.

The taste of this bud is mild, but there is no doubt that even its hints of berries can make for a very pleasant smoking experience.

Dominant terpene:

Myrceneearthy, musky, fruity, clover, hop, pungent

Secondary terpenes:

β-Pinenedill, parsley, basil, hops, wood, pine
Caryophyllenespicy, cinnamon, clover
Geraniolfloral, roses, citrus
D-Limonenecitrus, lemon, orange, tangerine
α-Bisabololfresh, herbal, spicy, chamomile, balsamic, sweet, floral

Adverse Reactions

Cherry Pie can create a feeling of cottonmouth, making your mouth feel dry, and making you feel slightly dehydrated.

This is often also accompanied by an uncomfortable feeling of having dry eyes.

As for any other side effects, this strain can sometimes make you feel a little dizzy, and in rare cases, it may lead to feeling slightly paranoid.

Cherry Pie can also create a slight sensation of head pain, sometimes leading to headaches and migraines.


Patients who suffer from symptoms of stress and anxiety, can find renewed peace of mind with this helpful hybrid.

Cherry Pie, unlike most indica-dominant strains, has a sativa-like uplifting euphoria, which is why it is also often prescribed to patients who suffer from depression.

This fragrant strain has been effectively prescribed for a number of pain issues.

PMS, muscle tension, headaches, migraines and other chronic or minor conditions, have been successfully treated with even small doses of this hybrid, which can help ease the severity of the pains and aches.

Cancer patients often suffer from nausea, due to the chemical treatments they have been exposed to, such as chemotherapy and radiation.

This can result to weight loss due to a lack of appetite. Cherry Pie has also been prescribed to encourage a healthier appetite in these patients.

A bad case of insomnia may also be treated with this calming strain.


This strain grows to a medium sized plant, and prefers being grown indoors.

When cultivated outdoors, Cherry Pie prefers to be kept in a warm, mediterranean setting, with lots of light and sunshine available to the plant.

It is quite resistant to common molds and pests, and is therefore known for being a relatively easy strain to grow.

Growing Cherry Pie Strain
Growing Cherry Pie Strain

Flowering Time


This indica, when grown indoors, can yield an estimated 16 ounces per square meter of dense, sticky light green buds. Cherry Pie is generally ready for a thorough harvest after around 8 to 9 weeks of flowering.


Cherry Pie is a plant that likes a lot of warmth and sunshine, when it is kept outdoors.

This strain can yield an average of 14 ounces of sweet-smelling bud per plant. Cherry Pie should be expected to be ready for a harvest around late October.

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  1. Grand Daddy Purple
  2. Durban Poison

FAQs About Cherry Pie Strain

What is the Cherry Pie strain yield?

Cherry Pie yields 16oz/ m2 indoors and 14oz/ plant outdoors.

How much THC does Cherry Pie have?

It contains from 13% up to 23% THC.

What are the origins of the Cherry Pie strain?

Cherry Pie was created from a mix between Grand Daddy Purple and Durban Poison strains.

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Have you ever smoked or grown your own Cherry Pie? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.

Happy growing!


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4 comments on “Cherry Pie”

  1. I started her indoors in February. I put outside in the ground mid April. She grew very wide! She reached 5 foot high & about 4 foot wide. Thick dense buds. All them stems turned purple as did under the leaves.. She went forward in late July. Ready to harvest soon.

  2. I got the real shit and it isn’t light on Thc lmfao & it’s GDP x ” F1 Durb ” By The Cookie Fam , & it’s Amazing & Easy as hell to grow , I’m gonna be making Feminized seeds of it after I Do My GG#4 Project , & how am I not seeing like 10 different strains on your Top 50 list man ? Like M.O.B. , Jerry Berry , Shishkaberry , Pink Starburst , The White , etc

  3. I am currently growing a few cherry pie clones. I force budded one clone early, harvested mid July the rest going to finish outside. The one I already harvested was 15 inches tall 24 wide with over 2 oz of pure dankness. The sweetest stickiest most dense buds I’ve grown to date. And the effects are just as advertised. Cherry Pie is the best real deal medicine for me…