Frequent users of Cherry phenotype strains will be in for some familiar effects and uplifting flavors on White Cherry Gelato. It’s split right down the middle between Indica and Sativa and simply named after its parents, White Cherry and Gelato, after the backpackboyz finished breeding it for us. It’s popularly grown in California and known for its admirable high and fruity peanut butter flavor.
White Cherry Gelato grows nugs that are incredibly dense, dark green, purple, and splashed with vibrant orange pistils. The trichomes are bright but almost seem randomly placed. The plant gives off strong scents of pine, mint, and spice, an overall refreshingly outdoorsy palette on your nose. It likely gets these traits from sweet dominant terpenes like Pinene and Linalool. If you keep smelling, you’ll notice how resiny the nugs are, with an almost waxy texture to the touch and a lingering smell of vanilla.
When you first inhale White Cherry Gelato, the scent hits you hard – spicy, piney, and gassy. WCG doesn’t play around, giving you the experience of an OG wrapped up in a far more exotic flavor palette. It’s incredibly sweet and floral, with hints of citrus, nuts, herbs, and spicy fruits as well. Some users report peanut butter flavors, albeit more sour, spicy, and earthy.
Your brain will feel numb right away in a classic stoner’s high. Your body will start to succumb to an 18% THC average as you begin to feel uplifted, calm, and relaxed. You won’t be moving any time soon snacking on White Cherry Gelato.
This is why WCG is so popular with people who suffer from chronic appetite loss and nausea – it makes you feel hungry and ready to snack. Stress, depression, and those awful work-stress-related migraines shouldn’t put up much of a fight against a full inhale of Gelato.
This strain is a local favorite for its flavors and effects. The strong gassy exhale and herbal, deliciously sweet inhale are enough to send you backpacking into the forests of your mind while locked onto your couch (with White Cherry Gelato on your face). Feeling cerebral, hungry, and relaxed can take the edge off any stressful week. Its ability to destroy headaches and concentration-ending migraines could make it a lifesaving “herbal remedy” for your late afternoons.