CBD Hemp Flower – Cherry Wine
$29.95 – $999.95
- Strain: Cherry Wine
- Top Shelf CBD Flower
- Total CBD: 16.48%, Delta-9 THC: <0.3%
- Glass Jar with Child Resistant Cap (4g & 7g sizes only)
- 100% Naturally Grown
- 3rd Party Lab Tested
- Federal Farm Bill Compliant
- Legal in all 50 States
The Cherry Wine CBD strain is popular for its even hybrid profile, sitting squarely between Sativa and Indica. This strain is praised as one of the most potent CBD strains on the market, encouraging powerful focus while also promoting relaxation, all without getting you intoxicated or “high.”
Although these effects seem to be the opposite of one another, Cherry Wine’s hybrid profile gives consumers the best of both worlds! This strain carries a distinct sugary yet skunky aroma while providing a sweet yet earthy taste that is reminiscent of berries and pine.
Percentage Levels: Total CBD: 16.48%, Delta-9 THC: <0.3%
Locally Sourced From: Oregon
Cherry Wine CBD Strain Lineage:
Cherry Wine is a hemp strain originally founded in 2015 by the crossbreeding of Charlotte’s Cherries and The Wife. These two hemp strains that make up Cherry Wine complement each other in the best way possible. Charlotte’s Cherries is well-known for its 50:1 CBD to THC ratio, and The Wife produces high amounts of resin.
The Cherry Wine strain, as a result of its crossbreeding, is a CBD hemp flower packed with cannabidiol, bursting with flavor, and consistent in its quality. To make this incredible strain even better, it’s also an expertly crafted hybrid of 50% India and 50% Sativa. CBD hemp flower often trades positive traits like abundant resin or tasty flavor for some drawbacks, but Cherry Wine is one of the most well-balanced strains available.
Cherry Wine CBD Strain: Terpene Profile
This strain carries a distinct sugary yet skunky aroma while providing a sweet, earthy taste that is reminiscent of cherries and pine. Terpenes within the strain give it this unique and delicious smell and flavor. Let’s take a look at the natural terpenes that give the Cherry Wine strain its iconic flavor, aroma, and effects.
This terpene exists in over 60 essential oils. It is often used in creams and soaps, carrying a fruity odor that is similar to citrus.
Have you ever noticed that green apples have their own particular aroma? Well, farsenene is responsible for that mouth-watering scent, and it’s present in other fruits as well.
Some terpenes have lengthy, technical names like geranyl acetate or B-caryophyllene. Others are a bit more straightforward, and limonene is the perfect example. The sweet, citrusy smell of limonene gives this strain’s flavor profile a delightful acidic kick, and the aroma reminds you of a lemon.
Also found in beer hops, myrcene is responsible for the peppery, spicy, and woody flavor of hemp and hops. It works well with pinene, another earthy terpene found in this strain. Myrcene is the most dominant terpene in Cherry Wine.
Similar to limonene, pinene has a rather descriptive name. Found in pine needles, pinene terpenes have an aroma that can be described as earthy and woody, but are more immediately recognizable as the smell of pine trees.
Merging the sweetness of a terpene like geranyl acetate and the spiciness of myrcene, linalool carries a floral aroma with a hint of spiciness. It is used in many soaps and shampoos, as well as an effective insecticide.
This is a common terpene that, similar to myrcene, can be found in hops. It has a strong, almost nutty flavor, which explains why B-caryophyllene can be found in cinnamon, black pepper, and cloves.
How Much CBD and THC is in Cherry Wine Hemp Flower?
A CBD product must contain 0.3% THC or less to be considered legal in the United States. Fortunately, Cherry Wine hemp has less than 0.3% THC. It also has high CBDa levels — roughly 16.48%!
You may be wondering what the difference is between CBD and CBDa? After all, when you look at the breakdown of this strain’s cannabinoids, Cherry Wine has an impressive 16.48% of CBDa but only 1.61% of CBD.
CBDa stands for cannabidiol acid, and it is the raw form of cannabidiol (CBD).
Some scientists refer to CBDa as the “parent” of CBD. When cannabidiol acid is heated up, it goes through a process called decarboxylation that leaves us with CBD. Once the cannabidiol acid is heated, it transforms into cannabidiol and gives us the high CBD levels we see in Cherry Wine!
Cherry Wine CBD Flower Effects
The Cherry Wine CBD hemp strain’s even split give this flower a pleasurable smokability that isn’t dominated by Indica or Sativa. Instead, the 50% Indica and 50% Sativa balance each other for both relaxed and focused effects. Cherry Wine’s limonene and pinene terpene are largely responsible for these soothing feelings, all without getting you intoxicated or “high.”
Often people opt for Indica or Sativa strains based on the time of day it is or how they’re already feeling, but Cherry Wine doesn’t make you choose. This strain’s balance is rare in hemp strains, and the reason Cherry Wine is considered a “True Hybrid.” This flower boosts feelings of calmness and centers attention! This makes it suitable for any time of day.
Final Thoughts – Cherry Wine CBD Strain
The sweet taste of cherries and the wonderful benefits of CBD come together flawlessly in the Cherry Wine hemp strain. Since its founding in 2015, Cherry Wine has become a favorite among hemp-lovers, and a model for future strains. It’s no wonder that this strain easily made our “10 Best CBD Strains” this year.
This flower combines the high resin levels of The Wife with the massive CBD content in Charlotte’s Cherries. Even better, it holds terpenes that are fruity in their overtones and earthy in their undertones. The strain provides all of this while offering an even balance of Indica and Sativa. Cherry Wine truly has to be tried to be believed!
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