Black Cherry Soda Strain
Black Cherry Soda is a strain with a mysterious background and an unmistakable aroma. The breeder and exact lineage of Black Cherry Soda remain unknown, but the strain has still managed to gain popularity. It’s known for gorgeous purple coloring and a scent of sweet berry, that reminds users of a crisp glass of creamy, fruity soda. Black Cherry Soda is a relatively mild strain, making it excellent for daytime use. Recreational users appreciate its laid-back vibes, and medical patients use Black Cherry Soda to help shed stress and generally improve their outlook on life. Black Cherry Soda is an excellent strain for novice growers.
MedicalHEADACHE ANXIETY PAIN
FlavorSWEET BERRY PINE
EffectsRELAXED EUPHORIC HAPPY
Overview of Black Cherry Soda
Black Cherry Soda is a hybrid strain with a plethora of phenotypes. Its ratio can range from 50/50 all the way up to 80/20 sativa to indica genetics. Although some phenotypes of Black Cherry Soda are heavily sativa dominant, they all present a distinctly indica-like bud structure. Although not heavily saturated with resin, Black Cherry Soda buds still manage to wield an impressive density, making them satisfying to break apart. These nugs should have hardly any green to them, thanks to the strong presence of anthocyanin. This pigment turns buds purple when exposed to cold during growth.
The aroma of Black Cherry Soda is heavy on sweet berries with a slight tartness and backed by a tangy diesel underpinning. Cracking a bud open will intensify the aroma and bring dark cherry to the forefront. Many phenotypes have an earthy scent lingering underneath the fruit and fuel. Black Cherry Soda has a sweet and approachable flavor on the exhale.
Black Cherry Soda has an impressive range of THC content. At the lower levels, you can expect around 15 percent THC. In some of the more high-end grows, properly cured buds can reach up to 25 percent THC. Most phenotypes of Black Cherry Soda are low in CBD, but levels can reach up to one percent.
Potential Positive Effects of Black Cherry Soda
Black Cherry Soda is an excellent strain for beginners. Even at higher THC levels, this cannabis strain doesn‚??t pack too hard of a punch. The high can be a creeper, taking up to 20 minutes to produce noticeable effects. The first sensation from Black Cherry Soda is a pure happiness that gently unfolds as time progresses. This strain can subtly deconstruct stress and impart an uplifting feeling.
Users find themselves more talkative and social thanks to Black Cherry Soda, and its lack of psychedelic effects makes it an appropriate strain to pass around with friends of differing cannabis tolerance.
Potential Medical Effects of Black Cherry Soda
Black Cherry Soda doesn‚??t have heavy narcotic or body-centric effects, so it‚??s an ideal strain for patients seeking a safe daytime medication. The primary medical implications of this strain are psychological and help fend off depressive symptoms and anxiety.
Potential Negative Effects of Black Cherry Soda
Luckily, the risk of paranoia and unpleasant racing thoughts is minimal despite Black Cherry Soda‚??s variable sativa characteristics. The primary thing users have to worry about is dry mouth, red eyes, and laughing at jokes that aren‚??t very funny.
The Lineage of Black Cherry Soda
These days, it seems the genetics of every strain is documented. No one knows from where Black Cherry Soda came. Some experts have taken guesses at the strains used to produce Black Cherry Soda, and more popular theories include: Cherry AK47, Blackberry, C99, Airborne G13, and possibly Ortega.¬†
Growing Black Cherry Soda
Black Cherry Soda is a suitable choice for novice growers, whether planning to cultivate indoors or outdoors. The plants reach about five and a half feet in height and are resistant to mold and pests.
Where to Find Black Cherry Soda
Thanks to its strong bag appeal and delectable aromas, Black Cherry Soda is nearly ubiquitous in the United States. That said, this strain‚??s popularity leads consumers back to the Pacific Northwest, where you‚??ll find it on practically every large menu in Seattle and Portland.¬† ¬†