“Cherry on Top” of Cherry Wine Hemp Strain
- May 12, 2020
- Strain Review
Cherry Wine hemp strain grows primarily in rich alkaline soil with added minerals and nutrients. That being said, with this managed soil type, these hemp plants are usually grown inside. Alkaline soils are less soluble so need nutrients and minerals infused into the soil.
Cherry Wine is a rare balanced hybrid holding 50% indica and 50% sativa created through crossing The Wife with Charlotte’s Cherries strains.
“Cherry Rock” the Sensation
The sensation of Cherry Wine has mouthwatering buds that provide tasty flavors as well as many medicinal benefits. A low dosage can create 37% happy and 81% relaxed vibe with this tasty hemp strain. In between 37% and 81%, the other sensations which can rock your world are 43% uplifted and 62% euphoric. But none of the rockin’ sensations will give a couch lock or be simply too much of a good thing.
Cherry Wine Hemp Strain Genetics
The Cherry Wine flower consists of small to medium-sized buds with crystals sparkling on its surface of cannabinoids. Green and gold shades are inter-twined with dark peach-colored pistils.
Hemp flower strains are classified sometimes by high CBD, low THC, etc. Both of these are cannabinoids but there are many others that make up the full cannabinoid profile. We do not talk as much about the impact the terpene profile has on the particular hemp flower beyond the hemp flower savors. Let’s see how important the terpene profile is for the hemp flower.
Geranyl acetate – This terpene is anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, is found in the Cherry Wine hemp flower to enhance its flavor. It possesses properties to help overcome stress, anxiety, chronic pain, as well as insomnia.
Limonene – Limonene hemp strain has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties to eliminate chronic pain as well as reducing cell damage like what happens in cancers. It has healing properties to treat bronchitis, promote weight loss, reduce elevated blood sugar and cholesterol.
Myrcene – This terpene is mostly present in sativa-dominant hemp and comes with a wide array of medicinal benefits. Myrcene terpene provides the aroma of musky fruit of the Cherry Wine hemp flower. It can improve blood circulation, reduce the inflammation and gives pain relief.
Linalool – This is one of the most common terpenes and also found in Cherry Wine. The Linalool reduces anxiety and depression, insomnia and chronic pain, has anti-inflammatory properties and is anti-epileptic.
B-caryophyllene — Caryophyllene is effective in treating pain and anxiety. Research shows a decrease in seizures and spasms with the use of this hemp strain.
Color, Taste, Aroma
Outstanding in color, the Cherry Wine CBD hemp flower strain is one of the most beautiful to the sight. Cherry Wine buds are dense when grown under the right conditions and with the proper nutrients in the soil. The buds are well-balanced with both orange hairs and green color. Cherry Wine tastes of cherry wine and kicked up with pine and hints to spicy blueberries, black pepper alongside of sharp cheddar cheese.
Cherry Wine Therapeutic Benefits
The super potent 16-20% average CBD level, Cherry Wine is perfect for treating a wide variety of conditions. It can also simply knock out aches and pains with few to no psychoactive effects.
CBD for Health Benefits
Cherry Wine strain helps with asthma and anxiety and leaves you pain free for hours. The “high” you have is a subtle mental clarity and wide focus with deep physical relaxation to lift you up.
My “Wine and Dine” Thoughts
Maybe it is luck or good breeding but Cherry Wine is a CBD-rich powerhouse of health benefits and good feelings all the way around.
It is on the right side of the law at 0.3% THC so happiness without mind-altering effects is in style. Cherry Wine hemp strain contains at least 15.4% CBD, so let the pain, sore muscles and much more fade.
The Cherry Wine hemp strain has small to medium-sized buds with crystals sparkling on its green and gold surface inter-twined with peach-colored pistils.