About Forbidden Fruit Strain
Eve had the right idea – that is if she were reaching for this particular Forbidden Fruit strain. Apples are great and all, but we assure you once you’ve tried this strain, you’ll have a hard time imagining Eden with anything else. This 70/30 hybrid is made by crossing two extremely flavourful and effects-heavy strains, Cherry Pie and Tangie, to create a well-balanced, delicious nighttime bud.
The THC levels in this indica-dominant strain are regularly reaching heights of 27% or more, giving users a powerful high that begins in your head, but rounds out with you completely couch locked and/or asleep. As its parentage would suggest, this is a flavourful bud packed with bright cherry sweetness, tropical fruitiness, citrus and pine tones, and a smooth musky aftertaste. The aromas of pine, lemon, and cherry complement the rich colouring of this forest green rocky nugget. To round out the aesthetic these buds are covered in bright green trichomes, sticky resin, and a thin spattering of orange hairs.
If Forbidden Fruit’s flavour profile didn’t get you, the high certainly will. This smooth burning bud offers users a break from coughing fits and induces an immediately chill mind, great for unwinding at the end of the day. This nightcap strain builds through the head and neck, making its way to the rest of your body with an almost tranquilizer-like relaxation and will almost instantly give you that sleepy feeling. Though it won’t completely knock you out right away, this strain is euphoric and uplifting but definitely aims to give you a great night of sleep.
Forbidden Fruit cannabis strain may sound daunting when you hear it, but this plant actually isn’t too hard of a grow. It is recommended for those with skills at least intermediate level or above. This is an indoor/outdoor ready seed, though controlled environments are best. Expect a flowering time of around 10 weeks and an average yield in the right conditions.
As rare as its name might suggest, this strain is not totally impossible to find, though you might have a good go at it. Because it’s not totally clear what countries or states offer this gem, you may have to do a bit of research to get your hands on it. With that being said, once you’ve tried it, you’re unlikely to get it off your mind. This Forbidden Fruit cannabis is one that even the snake would keep for himself.