Hybrid

Cake Crasher

Nighttime

Taste & Smell

Effects

Pairs Well With

About this Hybrid Strain

Bred by crossing the hybrid cannabis strains Wedding Cake and Wedding Crasher, Cake Crasher has been reviewed by consumers to be a euphoric and sedative inducing strain. Cake Crasher's onset of euphoric and hazy effects makes it a great strain for those looking to unwind at the end of the day or even help with inducing sleep, according to some reviewers. It has been reputed to offer a profoundly relaxing and potent high in larger doses, which may be overwhelming to some novice consumers. It's recommended that users trying Cake Crasher do so in smaller and more controlled doses.

Cake Crasher's deep purple buds are coated with a frosty and resinous layer of glandular trichomes on top of its slightly horn-shaped calyxes. Layered and woven between its hues of forest green leaves, the vivid fire orange pistils add to an array of tones and textures. These beautiful buds also emit a sweet, fruity, earthy, and diesel aroma, while its flavor, depending on consumption method, produces a distinct sweet petrol flavor with fruity and earthy undertones. Medical consumers who've had the chance to try Cake Crasher have said its potent effects in higher doses can help alleviate ailments such as insomnia, migraines, and nausea, as well as stimulate the appetite. Dominant terpenes found in Cake Crasher are Limonene, Beta-Caryophyllene, and Linalool.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 24.74%
Terpene Lab Data
Terpene Amount
Limonene: 0.394%
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.216%
Linalool: 0.191%

Lineage

GSC - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid GSC
OG Kush - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid OG Kush
African Origin
Cherry Pie - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid Cherry Pie
African Origin

Frequently Asked Questions About Cake Crasher

What is Cake Crasher?

Cake Crasher is a hybrid cananbis strain bred by crossing the hybrid strains Wedding Cake and Wedding Crasher.

What does Cake Crasher mean?

Cake Crasher's moniker is derrived from its parent strains Wedding Cake and Wedding Crasher.

Where does Cake Crasher come from?

Cake Crasher was first bred by Seed Junky genetics and is known to be found in Southern California and Southern Nevada.

What does Cake Crasher smell like?

These beautiful buds emit a sweet, fruity, earthy, and diesel aroma.

What does Cake Crasher taste like?

Depending on consumption method, Cake Crasher produces a distinct sweet petrol flavor, with fruity and earthy undertones.

What color does Cake Crasher have?

Cake Crasher's deep purple buds are caked with a frosty and resinous layer of glandular trichomes on top of its slightly horn-shaped calyxes. Layered and woven between its hues of forest green, the vivid fire orange pistils add to its array of tones and textures.

What effects does Cake Crasher have?

It has been reputed to offer the consumer a profoundly relaxing and potent high in larger doses, which may be overwhelming to some novice consumers.

Is Cake Crasher an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

Cake Crasher is a hybrid cannabis strain.


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