About Dankwoods Wedding Cake
Dankwoods Wedding Cake is a sweet strain, of course, but it packs a spicy aftermath (just like marriage). Wedding Cake is great for calming down and going out, even for doing nothing – the ideal people watcher’s strain. It was bred by an unknown creator from prestigious parents – Cherry Pie and GSC (Girl Scout Cookies) – and delivers a high-20s THC count that should keep even the most jaded users interested.
Dankwoods Wedding Cake is sometimes called Pink Cookies. We mentioned its most commonly accepted lineage, though some seed banks suggest that it’s actually a Triangle Mints phenotype. We believe it’s more likely to be the Cherry Pie + GSC genetics because of how having parents that are both landrace Sativa strains like Durban Poison have influenced the results. Wedding Cake leans towards Indica (60/40) and like GSC has leaves that are both dark and light green, with dense buds, and numerous sugary crystals.
The strain’s terpenes favor Humulene at the top and then in less prestigious amounts, Limonene and Terpinolene. Humulene is the woody, spicy terpene that gives a lot of strains the unique taste of earth and pepper. You may recognize it as the taste of hops, which also contains Humulene. When grown inside, the strain flowers in 7 – 9 weeks; outside, it flowers in late September or early October.
Due to these medicinal advantages, Dankwoods Wedding Cake is easily recommendable for those that can handle the THC content. It doesn’t have as strong or memorable a flavor as new users might expect, but its resistance in the ground and in your mouth has made it a favorite among growers and users alike.