A Comprehensive Review of the Cherry Wine Hemp Flower

A Comprehensive Review of the Cherry Wine Hemp Flower

Overview and Genetics

The Cherry wine hemp flower is a CBD-rich strain that came from the Charlotte’s Cherries and The Wife. It contains 15%-25% CBD and 0.3% THC. The CBD content on this strain is not exact since it depends on the harvest time and climate variables. Additionally, the Cherry Wine’s terpenes are extremely potent. Its most dominant terpenes are Myrcene, Caryophyllene, and Gerynal Acetate.

The Cherry Wine hemp flower is a balanced hybrid with 50% of Indica and 50% of Sativa. It is the perfect cannabis to help you overcome those aches and body pains without any psychedelic effects.

Moreover, this cannabis also has mouthwatering buds that can bring you tasty flavors alongside its medicinal benefits. Even at a low dosage, you can enjoy an incredibly relaxed vibe from this tasty hemp.

Meanwhile, the Charlotte’s Cherries is a crossbreed between the Colorado Cherries and the Charlotte’s Web. The Wife is a CBD-rich hybrid that came from undisclosed genetics. Therefore, both of these strains came up with a strong cherry flavor for the Cherry Wine hemp flower.

Appearance

The first thing that you will notice is the moderately-dense buds. They are also fluffy with orange and green hair. Some crystals sparkle on its flower.

Taste

The Cherry Wine tastes like a perfect combination of citrus, berries, wood, and chocolate.

Smell

As soon as you start using the Cherry Wine hemp flower, you will smell the sweet cherry scent with hints of cheese and black pepper. Because of the high concentration of its terpene profile, its fresh smell can relax your body and mind.

Effects of the Cherry Wine Hemp Flower

Feelings…

  • Relaxed: 81%
  • Happy: 37%
  • Euphoric: 62%
  • Uplifted: 43%

Helps with…

  • Stress: 75%
  • Pain: 75%
  • Depression: 43%
  • Anxiety: 43%

Side effects…

  • Dry mouth
  • Dry eyes

Terpene Profile

  • Farnesene

The Farnesene is a chemical compound that you can find in a variety of plants. You can find it on the skin of apples, potatoes, turmeric, and hops. This substance became popular among cannabis strains, too. It features anti-bacterial, antifungal, sedative, and calming properties.

Moreover, this terpene compound can prevent tooth decay, promote healthy digestion, and alleviate stress and anxiety. Throughout the years, Farnesene has shown effective results in eliminating harmful bacteria and relieve flatulence, cramps, and other digestive issues. It can also soothe the user’s mind and maintain positive emotion and energy throughout the day.

  • Geranyl acetate

You can usually find the Gerynal acetate in citronella, lemongrass, and carrot. It has antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial properties that are also found in the Cherry Wine hemp flower. These properties help the user to overcome his stress, anxiety, chronic pain, and even insomnia. This substance can also enhance the flavor of a strain. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has considered the Geranyl acetate as safe to use.

  • Limonene

Limonene is one of the chemical compounds in citrus fruits. People also use it to make medicine. Limonene became popular since it can prevent cancer, treat bronchitis, and promote weight loss.

Limonene can block and kill cancer-forming chemicals inside your body. It also brings a strong aroma to a cannabis strain (like the Cherry Wine) to prevent any predators from deterring it.

Due to its strong aroma, some people use this chemical compound as an insecticide for plants. Additionally, its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties can cure chronic pains and reduce cell damage.

Studies have also shown that Limonene can boost heart health. It can reduce elevated blood sugar, cholesterol, and triglyceride levels.

  • Myrcene

Myrcene is a terpene chemical that is found in a variety of cannabis strains. It is mostly present in Sativa-rich hemp and comes with a wide array of medicinal benefits. Its aroma gives a musky and fruity scent on the Cherry Wine hemp flower.

Mycerene contains anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antibiotic, and sedative properties that users love. It can improve your blood circulation and reduces the inflammation of any organs in your body. With a small amount of Myrcene, you can also enjoy its pain relief benefits. It can numb your sensations for long periods.

  • Linalool

Linalool is one of the most common botanical terpenes in cannabis strains. It has anti-inflammatory, pain reducer, anti-epileptic, and sedative properties that can reduce the user’s anxiety, depression, insomnia, and chronic pain. The Linalool in the Cherry Wine can also boost your creativity.

  • B-caryophyllene

Caryophyllene is one of the most common terpene compounds found in cannabis strains. It is FDA-approved because of its effective results in treating pain, anxiety, spasm, depression, convulsion, and even alcoholism. This substance can also reduce any chronic inflammation on our brain to avoid serious brain diseases. Research has shown that it can also decrease seizures and plaque buildup. Its anti-pain effects can contribute to protecting the user’s body from suffering illness.

Lineage

  • Main parents: Charlotte’s Cherries and The Wife

Growing

  • Difficulty: N/A
  • Height (inches): 6
  • Yield: N/A
  • Flowering time: 9 weeks

Review

A satisfied user has rated the Cherry Wine hemp flower as five stars. He said that it helped him overcome his asthma and anxiety without getting him high. It can immensely relax both your mind and body.

Another user said that the Cherry Wine hemp flower could help his muscles to relax after extreme training. After one or two hits, he suddenly felt a sense of mental relaxation and calmness. The CBD is just enough. It will not make you high.

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