The Cherry Abacus hybrid hemp strain is the only one in Sunset Lake CBD’s smokable flower lineup that has an Indica dominant structure, so if you’re looking for a relaxing nighttime strain, Cherry Abacus is your best choice.
Cherry Abacus will captivate you with its reddish-purple coloring and unique flavor profile. When smoked or vaped, the cherry lineage is evident in its notes of cherry, red wine, and coca-cola.
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Cherries Abacus Genetics
Cherry Abacus hemp flower is descended from some high-yielding marijuana strains, as is the case for many CBD hemp flower strains. Geneticists have worked to breed CBD into parent strains while breeding out THC over time. The technique creates larger, high-CBD buds that look, smell, and smoke like traditional THC cannabis.
What is the Cherry Abacus strain?
Cherry Abacus (and later Cherry Abacus 2.0) are proprietary strains of Colorado CBD Seeds. Cherry Abacus was introduced to the market in 2016 as a fruity cross between Original Cherry and Colorado CBD Seeds’ flagship strain, Abacus.
Following the success of Cherry Abacus, Cherry Abacus 2.0 was released in 2020. Cherry Abacus 2.0 differs from Cherry Abacus because it is a cross between Cherry Abacus and Abacus 2.0. Fruit loops are sometimes referred to as Cherry Abacus 2.0.
Cherry Abacus: Sativa or Indica?
Cherry Abacus hemp flower is a hybrid strain that is primarily indica-dominant. Depending on the height alone, you can tell where Cherry Abacus is in the field. Most of the Oregon CBD Seeds strains we grew ended up taller than us, but most Cherry Abacus plants finished flowering at chest height.
Flower structure of Cherry Abacus hemp is much more similar to that of Indica hemp – small, dense, and heavy. In spite of their small size, Cherry Abacus hemp flowers are highly effective.
Is Cherry Abacus High?
It is not possible to get high or intoxicated from smoking Sunset Lake CBD’s Cherry Abacus hemp flower.
Smokable hemp must contain less than 0.3% d9-THC by dry weight to be considered hemp flower and not marijuana. You may feel more relaxed or chilled when you smoke Cherry Abacus instead of high, as you would with traditional marijuana.
Cherry Abacus: How Does It Feel?
Cherry Abacus is an indica-dominant strain, so you will want to use it only at night. You will feel heavy and your eyelids will be heavy. Cherry Abacus hemp flower is often used by users as a way to release the day’s stresses and help them get to sleep.
An Aromatic and Tasty Cherry Abacus
There is a sweetness to the scent of cured cherry abacus. Under the cherry, some users will even detect subtler notes like dry red wine.
Sunset Lake’s Cherry Abacus smells subdued at first compared to its other flower strains. Its taste, however, is phenomenal.