What are the effects of the Forbidden Fruit Weed Strain?
Forbidden Fruit, which is a 70/30 indica-dominant plant, is the offspring of parent strains Cherry Pie and Tangie. This highly popular and potent strain boasts a THC content of about 24%.
Boasting euphoric, cerebral, relaxing, and sedative effects, this indica-dominant hybrid is all about helping recreational and medical cannabis users leave all their worries behind. While Forbidden Fruit is definitely heavy on the indica side of things, its 30% sativa component is enough to start things off with a bliss-inducing mental high. In fact, its uplifting cerebral effects serve to boost the spirits and leave users feeling contentedly free of stress.
However, as an indica-dominant strain, Forbidden Fruit is also a deeply relaxing hybrid that is bound to result in some very real couch-locking effects and powerful sedation, with the promise of some restorative and restful sleep in store for users. As such, Forbidden Fruit is an ideal evening strain after a long and exhausting day of being and doing.
What are the therapeutic benefits of Forbidden Fruit cannabis?
Forbidden Fruit’s potent effects are also said to offer patients some powerful medical effects both mentally and physically.
Its euphorically uplifting cerebral properties and soothing body effects may be quite effective in helping patients with stress disorders, depression, anxiety disorders, and mood swings get some temporary relief and the rest they need.
In addition, this indica-dominant hybrid’s physically pain-relieving and calming effects have the potential to provide medical users who are suffering from chronic pain, nausea, and loss of appetite to find some real respite from the discomfort caused by these ailments.
Finally, those with super active minds that cause them to struggle with the sleep disorder of insomnia are bound to have no problem falling asleep after a few tokes of the Forbidden Fruit weed strain.
What does Forbidden Fruit taste like?
Forbidden Fruit’s terpene content gives it its unique and amazing flavor and fragrance.
Its aroma of flowers, fruit, pine, tangy lemon, and sweet luscious berries is a tempting treat that will have you rushing to try its mouthwatering, sweet flavor profile of tropical fruits, fresh cherries, citrus, and notes of pine. All of these blend together to make for one truly incredible flavor package.
What are Forbidden Fruit’s Negative Effects?
Overall, Forbidden Fruit doesn’t have any real adverse effects worth noting, except maybe for the usual “risk” of cottonmouth and dry, itchy eyes. However, like most any weed strain, if you choose to use this indica in excess of your usual THC tolerance level, then negative effects like paranoia or feeling “too stoned” can occur.
How do I grow Forbidden Fruit cannabis seeds?
Forbidden Fruit marijuana seeds are easy to grow, making it a popular strain of choice amongst cultivators of all skill levels, including novice growers. Plus, since Pacific Seed Bank’s seed offerings are all feminized seeds, the chances of ending up with male plants are only about 10%.
Forbidden Fruit, which can be grown indoors and out, is pretty resistant to common diseases, molds, mildew, and pests. Grown outside, this indica requires a sunny and warm climate in which to thrive. For indoor growers, maintaining temperate temperatures and average humidity levels is a must for Forbidden Fruit to achieve its indoor potential.
What do Forbidden Fruit cannabis plants look like?
Forbidden Fruit’s chunky flower buds are forest green in color and are coated in a luminescent layer of green trichomes. In addition, its sticky and resinous nuggets are interspersed with wispy orange hairs, which are known as pistils.
When to harvest your Forbidden Fruit cannabis plant
Easy-to-grow Forbidden Fruit is one of those marijuana strains that produce pretty similar indoor and outdoor yields.
Cultivated indoors, it tends to provide an average yield of about 425 grams per square meter in 9-10 weeks.
When grown outdoors, Forbidden Fruit should be ready for plucking in the autumn with an approximate yield of 425 grams per plant.
Similar cannabis strains to Forbidden Fruit
- Cherry Pie: this relaxing, cherry-licious, cheer-inducing indica-dominant hybrid is one of Forbidden Fruit’s parent strains
- Tangie: known for delivering a potent dose of creative and clear-headed energy, this sativa-dominant hybrid also claims Forbidden Fruit as an offspring.
- Money Maker: this dreamy, couch-locker of a hybrid also has an indica-to-sativa ratio of 70:30, and is another one that is easy to grow.
- Legend OG: another hybrid with an indica-to-sativa ratio of 70:30 that has a reputation for soothing the body and allowing the mind to freely flow.
- OG Chem: this energetic and smile-placing wake and bake is on the opposite end of the ratio spectrum with a 70:30 sativa to indica content.