Black Cherry Punch
Black Cherry Punch has it all. She produces beautiful flowers, a massive THC content, and taste-bud-bursting flavors.
It tick all the boxes to qualify as a connoisseur variety. She boasts a range of unique traits that merge to create a genuinely unique cultivar. Vibrant colors, major potency, and a complex terpene profile make her an excellent addition to any seed collection.
Pyramid Seeds crossed parent strains Black Cherry Kush and Cherry Pie in an attempt to create a stoning strain oozing with moreish flavors. After stabilizing these unique genetics over several generations, the breeders struck gold. They managed to develop a terpene-rich specimen with a genetic profile of 90% indica and only 10% sativa.
Black Cherry Punch puts on a spectacular show during the flowering phase. Her narrow and long flowers display striking shades of green and purple. Orange calyxes and an abundance of bright white trichomes complement this multicolored canvas. A grow room or garden loaded with these flowers is a sight to behold.
Black Cherry Punch thrives both indoors and outdoors. Indoor plants produce a moderate yield of around 350g/m² after a flowering time of 60 days. The cultivar reaches her full potential outdoors, where she’ll provide a bounty of between 750–1000g/plant. Prepare to harvest outdoor crops in September.
It’s not just her pretty buds that attract growers and smokers. Her cannabinoid content is another highly desirable trait. Grown in optimal conditions, Black Cherry Punch is capable of producing 25% THC. Such an enormous amount of the psychoactive cannabinoid—paired with extreme indica dominance—results in a body-slamming effect. The high hastily sweeps across the entire body, relaxing every muscle fiber in its path. Recreationally, the high is a thoroughly enjoyable way to unwind in the evening. Medicinally, the effects may relieve pain, anxiety, and insomnia.
Black Cherry Punch’s beauty and effects are further augmented by her terpene profile. Her trichomes pump out resin that emanates scents of fruit, earth, sweetness, flowers, and blueberry pie.