Cherry Abacus Hemp Flower

A close up of Cherry Abacus hemp flower from Sunset Lake CBD

At an impressive 15.8% total CBD, Cherry Abacus isn’t a strain to sleep on… though it may help put you to sleep. As an Indica-dominant cultivar, Cherry Abacus is a good choice for folks trying to unwind at the end of a long day.

Cherry Abacus is the only Indica hemp strain this year in Sunset Lake CBD’s smokable flower lineup, meaning that if you’re only looking for a before-bedtime strain, look no further than Cherry Abacus.

Cherry Abacus is the only Colorado CBD Seed cultivar that Sunset Lake CBD grew this year. These hearty little buds have the highest percentage of terpenes by weight— something that should be on terp hunters’ radars.

Cherry Abacus Genetics

Original Cherry x Abacus |  Colorado CBD Seeds

Like many high-yielding hemp flower strains, Cherry Abacus hemp flower can trace its lineage back to some stable and proven cannabis strains. Over time, geneticists bred the THC out of the parent cultivars and encouraged CBD production. This technique created, high-CBD buds that look, smell, and smoke like traditional 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’ 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. 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 cultivar, 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.

What Does Cherry Abacus Smell Like?

Cured Cherry Abacus smells of sweet maraschino cherries and crisp coca cola. Some users will even notice more subtle notes like dry red wine underneath the cherry.

Sunset Lake CBD’s Cherry Abacus Reviews

Smooth, delicious flavor. Works well in my herb vaporizer. I love the alternative to thc. Great for my day time anxiety and my nighttime rest. I work from home as a professional artist and this helps me get my creative juices flowing without having the downsides to getting high.

I use a volcano vaporizer. The flavor is nice and taste fresh. I like how the relaxation creeps up on you and you eventually drift off to sleep. It also works pretty good for end of day aches and pains. I also like that i dont get insane munchies from it. I will have to try out the other strains soon.

The other day I got an ounce of Cherry Abacus, my first time trying out Sunset Lake, and CBD flower in general. I have to say that the experience has been fantastic. The feeling I get from this product is perfect — so chill and relaxing, and doesn’t totally hijack your day. Great!

Guys I have tried several of their strains to which I have absolutely NO COMPLAINTS! And you just cant get a better experience customer service wise either! What’s the chance if calling to ask a question and actually answering the phone is the founder of the company!?! The product is spot on 🔥 And shipment is fast! Now I will say this Cherry Abacus is a great night time go to sleep and rest for me! I make my own tincture(oil) and I have had several spinal fusions last one 3 weeks ago! Not Fun! But Thank God for folks like this and the best alternative med for my condition! Like I said earlier, I have and have tried several of their strains and yes, I keep a cpl good daytime and well at least one nighttime….Cherry Abacus! Now I’m not much on the review writing stuff but this…these folks will motivate you! Now I gotta order some!😁🔥 THANK YOU SUNSET LAKE CBD from the deep south!

Sunset lake has been my best CBD experience all around. Fast service in great products. Best CBD prices I’ve been able to find 🙂

Cherry Abacus Hemp Flower: Test Results

To see all of our past a current Cherry Abacus certificates of analysis, please click here.

Cherry Abacus Terpene Profile

Cherry Abacus is a myrcene-dominant cultivar, accounting for nearly half of its impressive 3.3% total terpene weight in this year’s testing sample. The second and third most common terpenes are beta-caryophyllene and alpha-pinene, respectively.

When myrcene is taken with CBD, it’s thought to contribute to the “couch lock” effect, leading many to believe that myrcene may have some sedative effects. Myrcene is also commonly found in mangos and thyme. It may be the amount of myrcene in Cherry Abacus that makes it such a great bedtime strain.

Beta-caryophyllene is an interesting terpene as it’s the only terpene to also interact with your endocannabinoid system and provide anti-inflammatory effects. This terpene helps add a bit of spice to Cherry Abacus’s profile as it’s also found in black pepper and cinnamon.

Finding pinene as one of the three top terpenes in a hemp cultivar is quite rare— even though it’s the most abundant terpene found in the natural world. Responsible for, you guessed it, pine smell, pinene is thought to be a bronchodilator meaning that it helps open your airways.

Growing Information

We germinated our Cherry Abacus hemp flower in our greenhouses up in Vermont’s Champlain Islands. Once they were big enough to transplant, we moved the Cherry Abacus seedlings to the northernmost section of our fields, next to our CBDV flower.

We did not use any pesticides at any point during germination, growing, flowering or harvesting. Instead, with guidance from the University of Vermont extension school, we used an integrated pest management system and employed the use of Trichogramma parasitic wasps, assassin bugs, and ladybugs to control unwanted pests. We only used organic fertilizer that we secured from our main farm in Alburgh Vermont.

Interested In Cherry Abacus?

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