Forbidden Fruit: Resilient Plant Loaded with Terpenes
Forbidden Fruit is an indica-dominant cannabis strain bred from Cherry Pie and Tangie. Her average THC concentration is very high, reaching between 21–23% depending on the phenotype and how she was grown. Forbidden Fruit develops thick and super resinous flowers, typical of a high-quality indica. Her aroma is fruit-dominated, and her effects combine a fast mental euphoria and long-lasting, deep physical sedation.
Aroma, Flavour, and Effect of Forbidden Fruit: A Sweet Fruit Treat That'll Leave You Glued to Your Seat
Forbidden Fruit boasts a rich terpene profile that gives her a complex aroma dominated by sweet fruit overtones. Still, a talented nose will pick up on her delicious citrus and earthy undertones. The flavour is just as fruity and reminiscent of ripe cherries, grapefruits, oranges, and tropical fruits like bananas and mangoes. Her effects kick in almost immediately after you inhale, producing a rush of euphoria to the brain. Then, as the high subsides, you'll experience a warm, deep physical stone that will glue to the couch and send you off into a long, restorative sleep. Given her potency, Forbidden Fruit's effects can last for hours and are perfect for the evening.
Growing Forbidden Fruit: Versatile and Resilient
Forbidden Fruit is relatively simple to grow. Given her indica-dominance, she is resilient to colder temperatures and dry conditions. Her internodes are tight, her foliage is broad and dark green, and her heights easily extend above 70cm indoors, so keep that in mind when growing Forbidden Fruit in a tent or room. Her entire flowering cycle lasts roughly 10 weeks, and her yields are bountiful. Forbidden Fruit is resilient to pests and mould, making her an ideal choice for outdoor growers.
Grow your own Forbidden Fruit
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- 10 weeks
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Lineage of Forbidden FruitFold Unfold
- Cherry Pie
- Durban Poison
- Granddaddy Purple