A mostly indica cannabis plant (70% indica/30% sativa), Strawberry Cheesecake lives up to its namesake with creamy, sugary aromas wafting from its kiefy, spade-shaped nugs. When burned, its flowers taste heavily of strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and a whole smorgasbord of fruits typically reserved for dessert pies.
Lab results place its potency around 20-22% THC, so it consistently produces strong buds. It also often churns out upwards of 2% CBD, too.
This strain is best for unwinding after a long, strenuous day. Reviewers say its high will bring on good feelings and couch-lock, and heavier doses are likely to knock out most consumers. They also recommend Strawberry Cheesecake for anyone needing to bring on the munchies, stave off pain, or diminish mood issues.
Common side effects from this strain include cottonmouth, red eyes, paranoia, and even anxiety in some users.
Growers can expet 8 weeks for flowering with Strawberry Cheesecake, with plentiful yields if grown correctly.
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