Cherry Blossom CBD Strain Review by Mr. Hemp Flower

Cherry Blossom Strain Review

This is the official strain review for Cherry Blossom CBD Hemp Flower. It gives you everything you need to know about the strain and more.

We’ll provide a general overview of Cherry Blossom’s characteristics, effects, and flavor profile. Then, we’ll dive deeper into the strain’s genetics, terpenes, and potency.

Read this review until the end to get our best-recommended uses and the official overall rating from Mr. Hemp Flower.

Cherry Blossom Hemp Flower

Cherry Blossom hemp flower is a high-CBD strain packed with cherry and berry flavors. It has a powerfully relaxing and mood-boosting effect.

These flowers are a very light green color and are covered in crystallized trichomes that give the buds a white-green appearance. The dense, sticky buds have quite a bit of orange hairs, but they are largely hidden under the larger calyxes.

This strain has a lovely sweet and floral aroma with cherry and berry flavors. A touch Caryophyllene gives Cherry Blossom a bit of heat on the lips and in the nose when smoked.

Cherry Blossom is a great pick for anyone who needs a high potency CBD flower combined with a terpene profile that encourages resting and relief.

It’s also a good choice for hemp flower lovers looking for something with a great overall effect, flavor, and potency profile.

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Genetics

Cherry Wine x Berry Blossom

Cherry Blossom was born in western Colorado, that’s clear, but what isn’t clear is the exact lineage. While Berry Blossom seems to be a common thread in most reports, the other strain isn’t as well determined.

Cherry Blossom lab report

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Rumors are it could be Cherry Wine, Cherry Pie, or a mysterious strain called The Wife that was first crossed with Berry Blossom on those rugged hills in Colorado.

Either way, the resulting cultivar is a well-selected and stabilized phenotype that retains an abundance of Myrcene.

Terpene Profile

Terpenes are aromatic compounds that give hemp flower its iconic aromas and scents. In nature, plants use terpenes to signal pollinators and predators and protect themselves from the environment.

There are countless terpenes naturally produced in hemp, each with particular effects and properties. Understanding a strain’s terpene profile helps you to predict its effects.

Let’s take a look at Cherry Blossom’s terpene profile.

Total terpenes: 17.70 mg/g

Secondary terpenes: Humulene, Limonene, Pinene

Primary terpenes: Myrcene, Bisabolol, Caryophyllene

Myrcene

Cherry Blossom has one of, if not the highest concentrations of Myrcene we’ve ever seen. Myrcene gives hemp flower a fruity berry-like aroma and encourages resting while boosting mood.

Known as the couch-lock terpene, Myrcene is the most common terpene expressed in hemp and cannabis.

Bisabolol

Bisabolol gives Cherry Blossom its flowery and floral essence. This terpene is cherished for its perceived skin benefits, anti-inflammatory properties, and overall effect on mood.

Caryophyllene

Caryophyllene is most commonly associated with black peppercorn and is synonymous with powerful anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. This terpene gives Cherry Blossom a clove or spice like aroma and leaves a tingly sensation on the lips when smoked.

Phytocannabinoid Profile

Phytocannabinoids are naturally occurring compounds in the resin of hemp flower that gives it its beneficial properties and effects. There are over 120+ different phytocannabinoids found in hemp, cannabidiol (CBD) being the primary active compound in hemp.

Phytocannabinoids help support the healthy functioning of the endocannabinoid system. Let’s dive into Cherry Blossom’s phytocannabinoid profile.

Total phytocannabinoids: 18.50%

Total CBD: 15.65%

Total secondary phytocannabinoids: 1.85% (CBC, THC-A)

Cherry Blossom has a mid to high range potency at +15% CBD content, making it powerful enough to use for issues related to pain and inflammation.

It also contains CBC and THC-A, secondary phytocannabinoids that, along with terpenes and flavonoids, contribute to the overall synergistic mechanism known as the entourage effect.

Best Uses

Cherry Blossom hemp flower is best recommended for those seeking physical and mental relaxation, improved sleep, or relief from inflammation-related pain.

This strain’s profile also exerts a mood-boosting effect that helps to reduce the effects of daily stress and mental tension.

Cherry Blossom hemp flower is perfect for pairing with desserts and wine tastings. It’s sweet, berry and floral aroma highlights foods and sparks the mood at social events.

Wu 5 ReviewOverall Rating 5/5

Mr. Hemp Flower gives Cherry Blossom CBD Strain a 5/5 overall rating. We love that this strain’s Myrcene levels are off the charts.

It’s packed with CBD and contains the significant concentrations of additional phytocannabinoids and terpenes that we like to see in a high-quality top-shelf CBD hemp flower strain.

Cherry Blossom is a great pick for anyone who wants both mental and physical relief along with a pleasant, relaxing feel to their hemp flower.

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FAQs About Cherry Blossom

How much CBD does your Cherry Blossom hemp flower contain?

Our latest batch of Cherry Blossom hemp flower tested to contain to 15.65% cannabidiol (CBD) and an additional 1.85% secondary phytocannabinoids.

Is Cherry Blossom a daytime or nighttime smoke?

Cherry Blossom is best reserved for evenings and nighttime use. It’s loaded with CBD and Myrcene, which combined have an extra-relaxing effect that melts away stress and tension.

Will Cherry Blossom get you high?

Cherry Blossom CBD hemp flower won’t make you feel high or stoned. However, it may encourage sleep or relaxation and produce a semi-euphoric blissful sensation.

Is it legal to smoke hemp flower?

CBD-rich hemp flower is legal at the federal level in the United States as long as it contains less than .3% THC content by volume. Always consult local and state hemp flower policies and act under the law.

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