Contrary to novice believes, Wedding Cake strain doesn’t really taste like wedding cake, but rather earth like and sour. Only towards the end do you get a slight hint of sugary sweetness. But despite its deceiving name, the Wedding Cake strain is super potent, with THC levels around 27%, and can induce a calming and happy high that uplifts and rejuvenates. It can also help with nerves pains of all sorts.According to breeder Seed Junky Genetics, Wedding Cake, also known as Pink Cookies, is a phenotype of Triangle Mints. This delectable treat is rich with tangy sweet earth and pepper, taking notes and dimension from its OG lineage. Enjoy this double dose of dense dankness with care, as certain farms have noted its extremely high THC content. Possible side effects from Wedding Cake include dry mouth and lightheadedness.
Wedding Cake is a hybrid with indica-dominance. It is attained by crossing cherry Pie and Girl Scout Cookies (GSC). It gives an exceptionally sweet aromatic essence and a fruity flavour. The taste is a perfect combination of sweetness of cookies and fruitiness of a cherry pie. The high from this strain is incredibly uplifting yet relaxing, providing a burst of energy even as it soothes the mind into a state of relative calm. Given time, this heady effect spreads to the body – especially the stomach – stimulating appetite and triggering an intense case of the munchies. Medical consumers report using Wedding Cake to treat depression, chronic pain, arthritis, inflammation, daily stress, and cramps. Higher doses may cause couch-lock, making this a versatile strain that can treat insomnia, too.