|Genetics||Pacific Frost x Blackberry Moonrocks
|High||psychedelic, relaxing, calming, body stone|
|Aroma||cherry, sweet, berry|
|Flowering time (indoor)||8-9 weeks
|Harvest time (outdoor)||September|
|Yield||500 gr/m2; 1000 gr outdoor|
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Frozen Black Cherry feminized is named after its icy appearance. The buds appear to be completely covered in icy crystals, as if frozen over, due to its massive resin production.
This is a resilient Indica suitable for various cultivation techniques and environments. In 8-9 weeks of flowering time the plants produce heavy buds that are dense and sticky. For optimal results the medium-sized plants require plenty of light. Resin production commences shortly after flowering begins, and as it culminates, the buds become completely immersed with trichomes. Because of its bushy growth it helps to defoliate the plants indoors once or twice during growth to allow more light through to side branches. To create higher quality, a UVB lamp can be used during the last three weeks of flowering; this causes THC levels to climb to their intended heights.
Frozen Black Cherry's terpene profile is enticing and consists of the smell of freshly picked wild berries, with a faint sour note, and the dominating scent of juicy cherries. Smoking this strain will give you a smooth and sweet smoke that is very fruity. Its potency can reach as high as 36% THC, making it one of the strongest strains available.
The effects set in quickly and give you a powerful sensation. It can cause sensory distortions and trippy effects while creating an altered sense of time. Its psychedelic properties make music sound even more vibrant and dynamic. On top of that, it brings physical relaxation throughout the body, easing stress levels. Its complex effects on both body and mind make Frozen Black Cherry great for enhancing specific activities... if you aren't already immobilized.
- high THC
- hash strain
- trippy effects
- pain relief
- sleep disorders
- broad spectrum use
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Growing outdoor and so far, the plant is doing great. Started indoors and moving to 30 gallon pot this week (May 23/24). Excellent structure topped once and plan to top a second time in June. Too early to tell much; lets see how it handles the New England weather. I'll write a follow-up later this year.