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.
High THC content along with that unmistakeable cake batter smell has made wedding cake hit among cannabis users. It’s lineage comes from cannabis legend girl scout cookies and cherry pie. This dank strain becoming a session favourite around the office.
Smell and taste… check, some marriages end in divorce but don’t tell that to product tester P, Wedding cake and his bong are a match made in heaven.
The buds produced by Wedding Cake smell peppery, with a spicy sourness that complements the earthy tones in its aroma. This strain is also sold as “Pink Cookies,” so keep an eye out for its alternative moniker. Wedding Cake genetics come from crossing the cannabis strain Cherry Pie and GSC.
When burned, this cannabis plant tastes a bit more pungent than its scent would indicate, though the sweet earthy qualities still carry through.
Possible side effects from Wedding Cake include dry mouth and lightheadedness.