Cherry Abacus is a stand-alone strain for so many reasons— our only strain from the good folks over at Colorado CBD Seed, our only Indica-dominant CBD hemp flower this year, and the only strain to smell like a bottle of Cherry Cola!
At an impressive 18.82% CBD, Cherry Abacus isn’t a strain to sleep on… though it may help put you to sleep. As an Indica-dominant hemp flower, Cherry Abacus is a good choice for smokers unwinding at the end of a long day.
A cross between Abacus and Original Cherry, Cherry Abacus will dazzle you with its red and purple coloring. Cherry Abacus is also a great flower for folks searching for unique flavor profiles. Cherry Abacus’s lineage shines through— users site notes of cherry, dry red wine, and cherry cola when smoked.
Sunset Lake slow cures all of its flower to ensure quality and smokability. We test all products with neutral, third-party laboratories. We do not use any pesticides on any of our flower.
Cured Cherry Abacus will smell of sweet cherries and fizzy cola. Some users will also notice hints of red wine.
Cherry Abacus’s top terpenes:
- Myrcene – Myrcene is found in mango and hops and has long been used by some cultures as a sedative or muscle relaxant. Myrcene is also responsible for beer’s peppery and balsam aroma. (1.24%)
- alpha-Pinene – Especially aromatic, pinene is a terpene that smells a lot like pine trees. It can be found in a few of our favorites— pine needles, rosemary, basil, and orange peels. (0.39%)
- beta-Caryophyllene – Commonly found in cloves, hops, and rosemary, beta-caryophyllene has the distinctive spiciness of black pepper. (0.33%)
Total Terpene: 2.3% wt.
Total CBD – 18.82% | Δ9-THC – <0.05% | Total THC – 0.71% | CBD:THC Ratio 27:1
Original Cherry x Abacus – Colorado CBD Seed