Forbidden Fruit is an Indica dominant hybrid that was created by crossing two well-established and extremely popular strains, Cherry Pie and Tangie. This multiple award-winning strain was created by UrbanGardener408 of Chameleon Extracts from Northern California.
TASTE & SMELL –
As the name suggests, Forbidden Fruit has a sweet fruity aroma with notes of berry, citrus, lemon and overtones of pine and earth. Once blazed, the initial burst of flavor is a combination of sweet fruit and lemon, followed up with an earthy and nutty aftertaste.
Forbidden Fruit’s effects are well balanced, mentally uplifting while at the same time physically sedating and heavy. Her creeping effects are best described as mood-elevating, euphoric with a potent body stone and mental relaxation.
MEDICAL USES –
Medically, this strain is known to help ease the intensity and lessen the frequency of headaches and migraines. Her pain-relieving qualities can also be of aid in promoting healthy and uninterrupted sleep.
GROW INFO –
Forbidden Fruit is considered a relatively easy strain to cultivate, fairly low maintenance with a hardiness that shows strong natural resistance to pests, plant disease, mold and powdery mildew. This medium-height strain has great “Bag Appeal”, producing multi-colored buds with shades ranging from purple, pink, blue and orange. Buds are dense with a pebble-like structure, curly orange pistils and a thick frosty coating of trichomes. She has an indoor flowering period of nine to ten weeks and is ready for harvest by October when grown outdoors in the Northern Hemisphere.
SEED AVAILABILITY –
As for seed availability, it must be noted that Forbidden Fruit is a strain that has been replicated and made available by several different breeders. For those wishing to purchase seeds a bit of research will go a long way as each breeder’s selection will invariably be different leading to plants that may not always be alike despite having the same name. As always we recommend checking reputation and provenance when possible whenever purchasing seeds.