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Cherry Pie by Cookie Family The Indica-leaning, clone-only version of Cherry Pie from San Francisco is a hybrid of Granddaddy Purple and an F1 Durban Poison. The strain was originally bred by the Bay Area’s Pieguy and immediately cultivated by Jigga, head of genetics for Cookie Family. During growth, the strain produces a hefty, dense flower that’s typically layered in trichomes and intertwined with rust-colored pistils. At the 2014 Denver High Times Cannabis Cup, the strain won 3rd place in the Medical Sativa category. Cherry Pie by Riot Seeds Riot Seeds offers a cross of the female Cherry Pie clone-only strain and a male WCD 710 (West Coast Dawg/Sugenite OG). This Sativa-dominant hybrid Cherry Pie produces short plants with a maroon/purple coloration. The F1 plant’s flowering time is roughly 9 weeks.

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Let’s take an in-depth look at the popular Cherry Pie marijuana strain. Cherry Pie’s floral and sweet aroma is just one reason cannabis consumers keep returning to this indica-dominant strain. 


Cherry Pie has a moderate to high cannabinoid potency. Users can find this indica-dominant marijuana strain with THC levels ranging between 14 and 24 percent. There’s no mistaking Cherry Pie’s earthy, berry, and tart cherry aroma. It also has vibrant orange pistils and a treasure trove of trichomes.

Cherry Pie’s Lineage

The Cherry Pie marijuana strain, also known as Cherry Pie OG, is a cross between two of the most iconic marijuana strainsDurban Poison and Granddaddy Purple (GDP). GDP is an indica cannabis strain with a strong aroma of grape and berry, derived from its Purple Urkle genetics.

Durban Poison is a pure sativa cannabis strain from South Africa that has notes of citrus, pine, and other earthy aromas.

Cherry Pie has gone on to win numerous industry awards due to its enviable genetics. Cherry Pie won third place in the medical sativa category in the 2014 High Times U.S. Cannabis Cup in Denver.


Cherry Pie has been used to produce a variety of new strains through innovative breeding techniques. Black Cherry Pie is a cross between Cherry Pie and Blackberry Kush resulting in an uplifting strain with a woody and blackberry scent.


Cherry Pie has also been combined with the Cookies F2 cannabis strain to produce the Cherry Cookies marijuana strain. This combination produces flower buds with a cherry tartness and a heavy dose of sedation.

Cherry Pie Terpenes

Firstely Cherry Pie’s name most likely comes from its signature sharp and sweet smell of tangy cherries, reminiscent of a homemade cherry pie cooling on the windowsill. Its main terpenes are myrcene, caryophyllene, and pinene.

Secondly Myrcene is an herbal and earthy-smelling terpene and one of the most common terpenes found in cannabis strains. Caryophyllene has a spicy and peppery-scent and may have some anti-inflammatory effects.


finally Pinene, another major terpene in cherry pine, has a strong pine smell that is found in other cooking herbs such as rosemary.


Other terpenes found in Cherry Pie include camphene, limonene, linalool, bisabolol, humulene, ocimene, and nerolidol. These terpenes can be found in varying concentrations.

Cherry Pie Experience

Fall into a blissful state of relaxation with Cherry Pie’s mellowing effects. Even just a small dose can put produce feelings of happiness and joy. For get-togethers, Cherry Pie can induce calmness for a chill night in with friends.


It’s hard to feel tense and stressed after consuming a Cherry Pie strain or Cherry Pie-infused product. Cherry Pie won’t make users feel too energetic or hyperactive. Instead, a wave of euphoria will help ease worrisome thoughts and reduce muscle tension.


Unlike some heavy Indica strains, Cherry Pie doesn’t produce intense sedation when consumed responsibly. Cherry Pie can induce focus, concentration, and creativity. Artists of all stripes can enjoy a few puffs of this indica strain for a burst of artistic inspiration.


Furthermore Like many marijuana strains, Cherry Pie can increase appetite.

In addition Keep in mind, everyone experiences cannabis strains differently depending on their unique body chemistry, genetics, and environment.


Strong doses of Cherry Pie can cause dizziness, dry eyes, and dry mouth, especially in first-time users. Also Beginner cannabis users should start off with a small dose of Cherry Pie and consider its THC potency to assess its effects.

Growing Cherry Pie

The Cherry Pie marijuana strain can grow both indoors and outdoors, preferably in soil.  If grown under the proper conditions, Cherry Pie can grow into a hardy plant that can stand up to disease and pests.


Moreover Cherry Pie takes about eight to nine weeks of flowering time and can produce moderate to high yields. Cherry Pie is a moderately difficult plant to grow. The marijuana strain thrives in warm temperatures between 70 and 80ºF and low humidity levels (40-50% RH) when flowering.


Cherry Pie is vulnerable to stress. Expert growers recommend using organic materials to give the plant the nutrients it needs and cause very little stress. Colder temperatures can reveal brilliant violet colors passed on from its GDP parent.


Cherry Pie can grow up to 78 inches tall and can yield between three to six ounces per square foot planted. Growers may need to consistently trim any fan leaves that are covering any lower branches to increase bud growth.


However Cherry Pie is a clone-only strain, which limits the access to grow this strain to people that can get a Cherry Pie clone. Clone-only strains are selected for their strong characteristics and ability to produce the strain’s unique qualities.

Also if grown properly, Cherry Pie can produce dense buds with forest green leaves, orange pistils, and a heavy layer of trichomes.

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1 ounce, 1 pound, 1/2 pound, 1/4 pound

2 reviews for CHERRY PIE

  1. 5.00 out of 5

    Luke ryan

    Thanks for prompt Delivery

  2. 5.00 out of 5

    Harry Williams

    All round perfect bud

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