Description

Although this hybrid cannabis strain leans toward the Sativa side, its effects strike a fair balance between the two. Cherry Punch has leaves with purple and brilliant orange hairs and is filled with fragrant, mint-colored, thick buds. The breeders developed Cherry Punch by combining Purple Punch and Cherry AK-47. Purple Punch is a famous Indica strain with a flavor comparable to blueberry muffins and a grape-flavored candy aroma. Cherry AK-47, on the other hand, is a well-balanced combination with a sweet smell and fruity taste.

What are the Flavors and Effects of Cherry Punch Feminized Cannabis Seeds?

This strain sounds like a delicious drink, yet the punch in Cherry Punch is felt. The indica-induced effects provide profound relaxation, while the ecstasy produced from Sativa swiftly fills the mind. You’re presently amid a very soothing high. The most noticeable effects of cherry punch strain are relaxation; yet, even peace can be overpowering. You’ll feel grounded, despite your joy. Some people describe their feelings as giddy, relaxed, elevated, and pleased.

In general, the Cherry Punch Feminized cannabis strain smells like cherries, although some users have reported a skunk-like aroma after taking a few puffs. Dominant terpenes like Limonene contribute to the hybrid strain’s cherry taste. The flavor is refreshing, sweet, and somewhat spicy, much like her parents.

What are the Medical Benefits of Cherry Punch Feminized Cannabis Seeds?

Many consumers report that this strain has relieved their anxiety, despair, or tension. It’s not a focus-heavy strain, so folks with OCD or worried thoughts may be able to relax for a bit.

It’s also frequently claimed as assisting persons suffering from depression in temporarily forgetting their troubles. Many consumers report that Cherry Punch Feminized strain has relieved their anxiety, despair, or tension. It’s not a focus-heavy strain, so folks with OCD or worried thoughts may be able to relax for a bit.

It’s also frequently claimed as assisting persons suffering from depression in temporarily forgetting their troubles.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Cherry Punch Feminized Cannabis Seeds

Most people love the cherry punch strain’s powerful effects; nevertheless, it might harm some users. For some, even the fragrance might be a turn–off. Cherry Punch’s skunk-like odor is enough to turn folks off from this mix in some situations.

It might also produce dizziness and headaches. As a result, it’s best to start slowly and give your body time to acclimate to the high. For the most incredible experience, start with a tiny quantity and break between bouts. You may also have dry lips and eyes. In general, you will experience these if you do not drink enough water when smoking cannabis. While taking this strain, have lots of liquids around.

How to Grow Cherry Punch Cannabis Seeds

Growing Cherry Punch is not an easy task. You’ll need a lot of time and care to cultivate these feminized seeds and keep your plant alive. Cherry Punch is a huge plant that requires a lot of room, so make sure you prepare ahead of time.

In general, the plant is quite adaptable. It thrives both indoors and outdoors. In terms of difficulty, it is relatively standard, and it has medium resistance to pests and mold. Although it might be difficult for novices, the huge nugs make it worthwhile. The flowering time for Cherry Punch Feminized cannabis is between nine and ten weeks. It develops deep green buds with shades of red and purple accented by white trichomes with orange hairs when mature. Grow this strain inside and anticipate a yield of 55 to 65 grams per square foot, while outdoor gardeners should expect a yield of 750 to 1200 grams. This is an average yield per plant harvested in October.

Cherry Punch Feminized Strain Profile

strain-genetics  Strain Genetics  Purple Punch x Cherry AK-47
strains-dominant  Strain Dominant  Sativa-dominant
thc-content  THC Content  24%
cbd-content  CBD Content  Low
flowering-time  Flowering Time  9 to 10 Weeks
flowering-type Climate  Warm
yield Yield  55 to 65g/m2 indoors / 750 to 1200g per plant outdoors
best-to-grow Height  Medium
best-to-grow Growing Difficulty   Difficult
yield Harvest Period  September to October
taste-flavor Flavours  Berries, Earth, and Pine