More About Cherry Kush Autoflowering Strain
Type: Indica (70%), Sativa (30%)
Genetics Parents: Purple Afghani X OG Kush
Flowering Period: 8 to 9 Weeks
Climate: Warm, Humid
Yield: up to 450 g/m2 (indoors) ; up to 500 g/plant (outdoors)
Flavors: Pungent, Sweet, Fruity, Earthy
THC Level: 17% to 23%
CBD Level: 0.55% to 0.68%
Harvest Period: Early to Mid October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Cherry Kush Autoflowering?
Its pungent yet pleasing smell can fill in the whole room, releasing a sweet cherry fragrance with a tinge of earthy tones. Once the taste buds get a hold of its smooth smoke, it is greeted with a combination of sweet, fruity, and cherry flavors. The Cherry Kush is said to be one of the best-tasting and smelling strains in the market. Often, depending on how it was grown, it may emit some citrus notes as well.
The Cherry Kush does not hit instantly and would take about 10 to 15 mins for the mental stimulations to start manifesting. Onset, it brings in a wave of euphoria and uplifting properties that blocks any negative thoughts. Imaginations continuously flow, and the senses are heightened, making things seem more interesting and the feeling of time slowing down. It is best to use this time for doing tasks that need high attention to detail and analysis.
After some time, a body buzz is experienced, and the relaxing state coming from the Indica takes over. The limbs and eyelids become heavier, which eventually leads to drowsiness. SMokers at this stage will have no motivation to do other things aside from sitting on the couch watching their favorite shows. Going from an active state to tranquility, the Cherry Kush is best used after a hectic and tiring day.
What are the Medical Benefits of Cherry Kush Autoflowering?
Along with its recreational value, the Cherry Kush’s effects can also alleviate health conditions. The cerebral effects are beneficial for those with existing psychological ailments. First, this strain can help individuals with attention deficit disorders become more focused on their activities. The blissful and brighter mood may relieve those with depression, anxiety, and stress and help them go throughout the day with more motivation.
Additionally, the physical buzz helps loosen muscle tensions and body pains such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. The munchies effect can increase the appetite that is favorable for individuals with eating disorders that result in extreme reduction of food intake.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Cherry Kush Autoflowering
The Cherry Kush should not be taken in a dehydrated body as it can lead to irritations caused by conditions like cottonmouth and dry eyes. Excessive doses of the THC compound might be harmful to individuals with low tolerance and can cause paranoia and headaches.
How to Grow Cherry Kush Autoflowering?
Leaning towards the Indica side, the Cherry Kush shares the same attributes with its sturdy and bushy figure. It tantalizes anyone with its purple and red hues due to the high levels of anthocyanin present. The buds are surrounded by orange and red pistils that are topped with frosty trichomes.
Growing the Cherry Kush would need frequent trimming as the leaves can expand quite wide. Not doing so can lead to the buildup of moisture that can affect the cultivation. This plant can thrive both indoors and outdoors growing. However, for better results, it should be exposed to a warm environment with a temperature range of about 70 ℉ to 80 ℉. In a controlled setting, using the Screen of Green or Sea of Green setup will give you a yield of up to 16 oz/m2 after 56 to 63 days. On the other hand, outdoor cultivation is preferred by those who want to produce a higher amount of buds as it can give up to 18 ounces per plant that can be harvested during early to middle of October.