Cherry Abacus Hemp Flower
Cherry Abacus is the only Indica-dominant hybrid hemp strain in Sunset Lake CBD’s smokable flower lineup, meaning that if you’re looking for a purely before-bedtime strain, look no further than Cherry Abacus.
Cherry Abacus will dazzle you with its reddish-purple coloring and unique flavor profile. When smoked or vaped, users will notice the Cherry lineage in its tasting notes of cherry, red wine, and coca-cola.
Cherry Abacus Genetics
Original Cherry x Abacus | Colorado CBD Seeds
Like many CBD hemp flower strains, Cherry Abacus hemp flower can trace its roots back to some very high-yielding marijuana strains. Over time, geneticists have bred the THC out of the parent strains and bred CBD in. This technique has created bigger, high-CBD buds that look, smell, and smoke like traditional THC cannabis.
What Strain is Cherry Abacus?
Cherry Abacus (and later Cherry Abacus 2.0) are proprietary strains from Colorado CBD Seeds. The original Cherry Abacus strain was introduced to the market in 2016 as a fruity cross between Original Cherry and Colorado CBD Seeds’s flagship strain, Abacus.
Cherry Abacus 2.0 was subsequently released in 2020 as a follow-up to Cherry Abacus’s success. The difference between Cherry Abacus and Cherry Abacus 2.0 is that the latter is the result of a cross between Cherry Abacus and Abacus 2.0. It’s sometimes referred to as “Fruit Loops.”
Is Cherry Abacus Indica or Sativa?
Cherry Abacus hemp flower is an Indica-dominant hybrid strain. You can tell where Cherry Abacus is in the field based on height alone. While most of the Oregon CBD Seeds strains we grew ended up taller than us, most Cherry Abacus plants finished flowering at chest height.
Cherry Abacus hemp flowers are much more analogous to the Indica flower structure— small, dense, and heavy. What Cherry Abacus hemp flowers lack in size, they make up for in effect.
Does Cherry Abacus Get You High?
Smoking Sunset Lake CBD’s Cherry Abacus hemp flower will not make you feel high or intoxicated.
To be considered hemp flower and not marijuana, smokable hemp must contain less than 0.3% d9-THC by dry weight. Instead of feeling high, as you would with traditional marijuana, you might feel much more relaxed or chilled when you smoke Cherry Abacus.
What Does Cherry Abacus Feel Like?
Because Cherry Abacus is an Indica-dominant strain, you’ll want to limit your usage to nighttime. This bud will make your body and eyelids feel heavy. Many users of Cherry Abacus hemp flower say that it’s their go-to for letting go of the day’s stresses and helping them get to bed.
Cherry Abacus: Aroma and Taste
Cured Cherry Abacus smells of sweet cherries and fizzy cola. Some users will even notice more subtle notes like dry red wine underneath the cherry.
Compared to Sunset Lake’s other flower strains, Cherry Abacus’s smell is a bit subdued at first. But the taste is dynamite.