Cherry Blossom Kush Strain Information

Cherry Blossom Kush is a hybrid strain of cannabis that is known for its mellow and physically relaxing effects. It is cultivated in the Pacific Northwest and has been bred by crossing the genetics of Cherry Pie and Orange Blossom Trail. Users describe its indica-leaning effects as potentially leaving them in a dazed and sedative state. Novice smokers are advised to start with smaller doses for a more controlled experience. The buds of Cherry Blossom Kush are dark, forest green, and covered in rich, golden trichomes and burnt orange pistils. The scent of the buds is fruity, sweet, and earthy, with a similar taste of cherries on the inhale and an earthy, peppery aftertaste on the exhale. This strain is known to have high levels of THC, up to 28%, making it popular among users looking to alleviate symptoms of PTSD, depression, stress, and mild headaches. The dominant terpenes found in Cherry Blossom Kush are Limonene, Beta-Myrcene, and Beta-Caryophyllene.

Cannabinoid Lab Data:
– THC: 28.05%
– CBD: 0.07%

Terpene Lab Data:
– Limonene: 0.56%
– Beta Myrcene: 0.46%
– Beta Caryophyllene: 0.37%

My Review of the Cherry Blossom Kush Strain:

The Cherry Blossom Kush is an absolutely enchanting strain that I had the pleasure of smoking. As soon as I took my first hit, the sweet aroma of cherry blossoms filled the air, instantly transporting me to a serene garden. The smoothness of the smoke was remarkable, and the taste was equally delightful with subtle hints of cherries and floral undertones. The high was a perfect balance of relaxation and euphoria, leaving me uplifted and content. The buds were beautifully dense and covered in a generous layer of trichomes. If you’re seeking a strain that offers both exquisite flavor and a soothing high, Cherry Blossom Kush is an absolute must-try.