Cherry Stardawg Strain
- 25.0% THC
- 0.0% CBD
- 0.0% CBN
Cherry Stardawg, otherwise known as Cackleberry, is a premium hybrid with slightly sativa-dominant genetics. It is a stellar strain for a multitude of reasons. Both medical and recreational patients enjoy puffing on Cherry Stardawg for its pungent flavor and potent high. While the strain is not known for producing the largest buds, it does have quite the trichome coverage.
Overview of Cherry Stardawg
Cherry Stardawg is a quality hybrid strain with quite the well-rounded high. Not only is the strain a potent one, but its terpene profile is distinct and catches consumer's senses by surprise. Every puff of Cherry Stardawg packs a fruity, earthy, and slightly gassy flavor. It is a powerful strain that ranges from 20 to 25 percent THC. Cherry Stardawg is ideal for a mid-day smoke session. Consumers report the strain being uplifting and happy which often turns into a giggle fit when chilling with some buddies.
Positive Effects of Cherry Stardawg
The effects of Cherry Stardawg are fast-acting and strong compared to other strains. With its high potency, it tends to be euphoric throughout the experience. Cherry Stardawg is also known for causing an uplifting and happy high perfect for a daytime smoke session. Try puffing on some Cherry Stardawg while getting some chores done!
Negative Effects of Cherry Stardawg
Due to the high potency of Cherry Stardawg, it is possible to feel a heightened sense of paranoia when consuming the strain. The more common adverse effects are dizziness, cottonmouth, and red eyes.
The Lineage of Cherry Stardawg
The lineage of Cherry Stardawg is top-notch as both of its parents are classics in the cannabis community. It is a two-way cross between Cherry Diesel and Stardawg. The genetics of this strain are what make it such a go-to strain for consumers. Cherry Stardawg also goes by the name Cackleberry in most markets.
Growing Cherry Stardawg
Cherry Stardawg is not too difficult to grow. Its average flowering time is about 60 to 75 days long, and it does well in both indoor and outdoor environments. The average yield of Cherry Stardawg varies quite a bit, but the quality of its buds is relatively consistent. This strain does require a bit space compared to other strains with its average height towering over 75 inches.
Where to Find Cherry Stardawg
It is not always easy finding Cherry Stardawg in flower form. Some markets offer Cherry Stardawg in concentrate forms since its potency is high. Otherwise, it is also a good idea to look for the strain under the name Cackleberry.
Check with your local dispensary to see if they have any Cherry Stardawg on their shelves, here!