|1/8 oz $50|
Wedding Cake is a hybrid with indica-dominance. It is attained by crossing triangle cookies x animal mints. It gives an exceptionally sweet aromatic essence and a fruity flavour. The taste is a perfect combination of sweetness of cookies and fruitiness of a cherry pie. It works as a calming agent and appetite stimulator, and is quite helpful for patients who experience regular depression-associated syndromes, fibromyalgia, MS and other such related symptoms. It may act as a sedative for patients, but does help in calming down nerves or controlling anxiety stimulating symptoms. Although it might not completely hamper your focus and energy levels, it will cause the usual drying out of eyes and mouth. In terms of physical features, it is shaped like pine trees and looks dense in its structural form. It is quite frosty looking and has dark green leaves. This particular medical marijuana is also thickly dressed up with orange hair all over it. It is most generally known for its sugary taste, as well as high potency value.
Review from driver T-roy:
Similar to the great Wedding Cakes of yore, this sweet tasting, sleep inducing, heavy eyelid making Indica is BACK on the menu by popular demand! Some of y’all reading this enjoy this strain like you do Blue Dream and Gorilla Glue, and in the short, few times we’ve carried it – the last three years or so – it’s quickly risen to the ranks as one of our most popular and sought after strains on the menu. This batch is really no different – tasty, and while appearing dry, will get you a solid six to seven hits from the low burn rate and light surface squish while still remaining almost as dense as Girl Scout Cookies. Not to mention as strong, too. After a couple of hits, it didn’t take long for me to want to lie down, relax, And shut my eyes as if my body was forcing me to, and soon after, like an exhausted bridezilla at the end of her big stressful day, I was quickly crashing and ready to pass out. Wedding Cake is a heavier leaning Indica made for deep relaxation, naps, and night time launches into snoozeville.