cherry bomb strain
cherry bomb strain Dripp Extracts Live Resin Cherry Bomb disposable Vape Pens are made from exclusively high quality Cannabis flower frozen immediately upon harvest, never dried or cured. The result is an extremely flavorful and smooth vape experience of the highest quality. Our Live resin disposables offer some of the most robust terpene profiles on the market.
With an initial explosion of well-aged and ripened cherry flavor, Cherry Bomb imparts an unmistakably crisp finish to an otherwise honeyed profile. The minor constituent terpene bisabolol is commonly utilized as an anti-inflammatory and anti-irritant compound.
Cherry Bomb by Bomb Seeds
Bomb Seeds says it crossed its Big Bomb with a fruity mother to create this version of Cherry Bomb. The high-THC, aromatic, flavorful plant is a prolific producer with purple-red, trichome-covered buds. Several versions of Cherry Bomb exist; this one is not to be confused with Barney’s Farms’ discontinued Cherry Bomb or the legendary Cherry Bomb said to have been created by Mr. Greengenes from Maui Waui and Cherry AK47.
The mostly indica hybrid grows to a medium height and flowers in eight to 10 weeks, or late September to early October in the Northern Hemisphere, according to Bomb Seeds. Cherry Bomb is easy to grow either indoors or outdoors, with high yields for pro and amateur farmers alike. Its cherry taste and skunk aroma deliver a relaxing, mind-clearing effect, according to Bomb Seeds.
cherry bomb strainbby Barney’s Farms
Barney’s Farms’ version of Cherry Bomb crosses a NorCal indica with a Hawaiian sativa to create a plant with uber green buds that are covered in glittery trichomes and give off a strong, bitter aroma, online sources say. Several versions of Cherry Bomb exist; this one is not to be confused with Bomb Seeds’ Cherry Bomb or the legendary Cherry Bomb said to have been created by Mr. Greengenes from Maui Waui x Cherry AK47.
According to reports online, Cherry Bomb grows to a medium height and blooms in 10 to 12 weeks indoors or late October to early November outdoors in the Northern Hemisphere. It’s said to deliver high yields.
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