The Caramel Cake cannabis strain is created by Sean Green as a sativa dominant hybrid. It was bred through a three-way cross between the AK-47 with ATF and Cherry Pie cannabis strains. This delicious sounding hybrid is said to be just like a caramel cake, both in flavors and fragrance. The dense buds are bright neon green in color with thick blood orange hairs and a coating of oversized trichomes.
Flavor and Effects of Caramel Cake
The Caramel Cake’s unique aroma is sweet, and it actually does smell like caramel cake that’s accented by spicy cinnamon and citrus. The flavor is similarly sweet, like a caramel cake. On exhale, however, it leaves a unique taste on the tongue. One that is sweet like cinnamon, caramel, and orange hops but also has notes of herbs and earth.
The inhale of this strain packs a serious punch. It is fast-hitting and is extremely heavy both cerebrally and physically. For the duration of the high, you will feel uplifted and euphoric with increased motivation and sociability. It fuels you with enough energy to complete their errands and activities, making it a fantastic strain for daytime usage. Simultaneously, it offers a super relaxing effect that fills both mind and body with a deep sense of well being.
What are the Medicinal Benefits of Caramel Cake
The Caramel Cake’s medicinal value is just as expansive as its recreational purpose. With its 14% to 20% average THC levels, this strain is said to be perfect for patients with the occasion mood swings, chronic fatigue, insomnia, depression, and even PTSD.
Negative Effects of Caramel Cake
It’s extremely fast, and hard effects can cause many smokers with low tolerance some amount of dizziness and nausea. It is extremely important that this strain is used in moderate doses.
Growing Caramel Cake
The Caramel Cake hybrid is flexible enough to be grown indoors and outdoors. However, the experience is needed in order to cultivate this plant to its full potential successfully. It needs extra attention and the right amount of nutrients for it to thrive well.