Forbidden Fruit is the mouthwatering cross of Cherry Pie x Tangie. This sumptuous genetic cross expresses a beautiful dense bud structure with deep purple hues, dark green foliage, and wiry orange hairs. The terpene profile is a perfect mixture of Cherry Pie’s musky, sweet cherry undertones and Tangie’s loud tropical flavors. There are also notes of pine, mango, and passionfruit candy. The effects hit hard between the eyes and lay into the body with each hit. Forbidden Fruit’s deep physical relaxation and mental stoniness make it perfect for dulling minor physical discomfort and discarding stress.
Forbidden Fruit medical cannabis can reach THC levels of up to 25 percent. This bounty of THC gives it incredible pain fighting power. Many ailments have been recognized as benefiting from treatment with medical cannabis such as Forbidden Fruit marijuana. Some of these ailments are the result of inflammation in the body. One condition in which inflammation attack the myelin sheath surrounding neurons is called Multiple Sclerosis. Symptoms appear depending on what part of the nervous system may have been attacked. Often, this inflammation results in pain. Some sufferers describe their feet feeling as if it is on fire. Many sufferers have tried medical marijuana and attest to the positive effects it has in relieving pain caused by the disorder. Not only does it banish pain, it also reduces inflammation in the body which causes the pain in the first place. Forbidden Fruit marijuana is also useful in other inflammatory conditions such as arthritis and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Forbidden Fruit marijuana can also address neuropathic pain. This is also pain which results from damage in the nervous system. Shingles is a type of illness caused by damage to the nervous system done by the chicken pox virus. Medical marijuana can help address the sharp and burning pain caused by small lesions that occur due to the virus which is dormant in most people. Other types of neuropathic pain which may respond to treatment with medical marijuana include diabetic polyneuropathy pain, fibromyalgia, and CFS pain.