Wedding Cake: Quick Overview
Looking for a relentless potent West Coast cannabis cultivar that has birthed countless other dessert strains? Look no further, because that’s exactly why the Wedding Cake strain has become so famous: seriously high THC content plus effects so good, breeders recreate them in new strains, over and over again.
Here in this post we have everything you need to know about the Wedding Cake strain and about buying Wedding Cake feminized seeds, Wedding Cake auto-flowering seeds, and Wedding Cake regular seeds online. We’ve got free seeds, real customer ratings, and secure checkout right here.
|Type||60:40 Indica-dominant hybrid|
|THC Level||Up to 28%, 22% average|
|Effects||Relaxing, happy euphoria, creative, uplifting|
|Smell and Flavor Profile||Sweet, spicy, vanilla, pepper, earthy|
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Wedding Cake Benefits/Effects
If you’re lighting up a blunt of Wedding Cake hoping for something that tastes or smells like it’s named, you may be disappointed—but almost no one is disappointed by this strain. This slightly sweet, slightly sour and definitely earthy strain may have a name that confuses some, but once you experience this perfect union of heavy duty effects plus unadulterated joy, you’ll know what they meant.
With high THC levels of up to 28%, and averages out at about 22%, Wedding Cake is absolutely one of the serious powerhouse strains out there today. Start low and go slow if this is your first time with Wedding Cake.
It shouldn’t be long before those vanilla, fruity, and even diesel notes are reminding you why Wedding Cake has swept so many awards. This strain took 1st place for Best Hybrid Flower at the High Times Medical Cannabis Cup in SoCal 2018, but it was just getting started. In 2019, Wedding Cake won 2nd place indica at the Dopeland Cannabis Cup in Seattle, and 2nd place in the Vape Pen and Cart category in the Cannabis Cup in Oklahoma. But 2019 really capped off when Wedding Cake took the sought-after Strain of the Year from Leafly.
For us, Wedding Cake can be an aptly named strain in a few ways. Is it ideal for an after-wedding reception? Yes, maybe—if you don’t mind forgetting some of it. In fact, that may make it perfect, because who wants to remember every detail of Uncle Andy falling into the punch bowl? If you just want to relax, feel mildly social and totally awesome, this strain will do it.
Wedding Cake is potent, and you will start to feel its effects right away, especially that sweet cerebral sativa buzz. Yes, it melts away into a solid deep body stone, but at first you might feel mildly psychedelic, with some racing euphoric thoughts and enhanced “HD” perceptions. It’s a fun headspace if you’re ready, so relax and enjoy as the rest of the buzz creeps in—and if you like other indica-leaning strains, you know just what I mean. The warm wave of heaviness will wash over your chest and limbs sooner or later, and then you’ll be in for the evening.
Still, even at higher doses and experiencing a little sedation, expect some mental stimulation and the sense of being “tuned in” with Wedding Cake. This is a happy, uplifted, stress-free strain, and although you won’t be running a marathon, you’re not down for the count either.
Wedding Cake Medical Benefits
Wedding Cake is frequently chosen by medical marijuana patients to treat depression, stress, and anxiety since it produces stabilizing, mood-improving feelings. It is also used for musculoskeletal and neurological pain such as fibromyalgia, sciatica, chronic aches and pains, arthritis, and Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Many cancer patients also choose Wedding Cake to fight appetite loss and nausea from chemotherapy, disease, and/or other medication. And at high enough doses, Wedding Cake can produce sedation and physical relaxation that can treat insomnia.
Wedding Cake Taste and Smell
Wedding Cake is a strange strain in terms of smell and taste, principally because it is unexpected. With a slightly sweet aroma, you will also sense doughy, earthy scents. As you inhale, you will be surprised again by sour, earthy, soil flavors that accompany this bud’s sugary notes, and the finish can be citrusy and peppery. Wedding Cake is even better at low temperatures with a vaporizer—it cuts your chance of coughing and hacking, which is high in this strain.
Wedding Cake Cannabinoid/Terpene Profile
Typical THC levels of Wedding Cake are at least 22 percent but up to 28 to 30 percent—a serious heavy hitter. CBD levels are typically under 0.7%, although some samples contain enough to qualify as a decent medical strain with fewer negative cannabis side effects such as dry mouth. Some also contain detectable minor cannabinoid levels such as CBN and CBG.
In general, Wedding Cake is high in Limonene, moderate in Caryophyllene, with smaller amounts of Myrcene.
Limonene, is known for its uplifting energizing effects, especially on the mood. Together this works in a balanced way with Caryophyllene, which is known to be an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, and can help relieve anxiety and pain. Myrcene is known for relaxing, herbal qualities and shares many of the chronic pain relieving benefits as these other terpenes.
Wedding Cake History and Genetics
Wedding Cake’s genetics are impressive. An indica-dominant hybrid, most people believe this cannabis strain crosses the medical benefits of Girl Scout Cookies (GSC) with the sweet effects of Cherry Pie. However, several respected outliers from created by by Seed Junky Genetics say that Wedding cake is actually a cross of Triangle Kush and Animal Mints.
Either way, Wedding Cake is also called Pink Cookies, and was first bred in Southern California initially. Eventually it arrived in the Colorado Rocky Mountains thanks to the breeder Kind Love.
Also not in question: Wedding Cake has given birth to lots of other strains, thanks to soaring popularity and robust genetics. Grape Cake, Guava Cake, Layer Cake, Ice Cream Cake, Wedding Gelato, Jungle Cake, Florida Cake, Wedding Crasher, Wifi Cake, Wedding Pie, Gorilla Cake, and Beach Wedding are all on that list.
If You Love Wedding Cake Marijuana, Try These Strains
If you love the deep body stone and happy head effects of Birthday Cake, Sherbet, or Gelato but want slightly less in the way of dopey munchies, go for some Wedding Cake cannabis. If you love either the pain relief and medical effects or just the general experience of Gorilla Glue or OG Kush but want slightly less sedation and just a bit more spice, Wedding Cake is a great strain.
The Wedding Cake marijuana strain is also similar in effects to Purple Punch, Granddaddy Purple, or Cookies and Cream, but is less of a sedative and more of a joy-producer if you want to relax but not end up asleep. Or, if you’re feeling adventurous, why not try any of the zillions of “cake” children of Wedding Cake you will find in dispensaries everywhere?
Growing Wedding Cake Strain
The appearance of the Wedding Cake cannabis strain is really where its other name, Pink Cookies, comes in. These buds are gorgeously colorful, With the sides and tops of the calyxes coated in grape and pinkish-red trichomes. Large, beautiful flowers, green leaves, bright orange pistils, and densely-packed buds shaped like teardrops characterize Wedding Cake.
In fact, a well-grown batch of Wedding Cake seeds produce plants that create a sparkling resin coat, much like a sugary confection you’d find on a wedding cake made from frosting.
Expect an indica-leaning growth profile from Wedding Cake, with compact, sturdy plants that grow in many different environments. At harvest, Wedding Cake plants grow dense, almost solid looking buds in forest green with purple undertones.
Typical growing practices work well for Wedding Cake, although seasoned growers can benefit from using advanced growing techniques like the Sea of Green SOG or SCROG methods. However, trimming and pruning are absolutely necessary to successfully growing Wedding Cake, which is susceptible to mildew, mold, and root rot thanks to its naturally dense foliage. This can be mitigated with a proficient ventilation system.
Indoor flowering time for Wedding Cake is 7 to 9 weeks, and expected yields should be between 18 to 21 ounces per square meter. Oustide, Wedding Cake flowers in mid- to late-October, with a yield of at least 21 ounces per plant.
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Wedding Cake cannabis has become a modern mainstay for medical marijuana patients and recreational users wanting more. This powerhouse strain brings the fire with seriously high THC levels, sweet flavors, strong medical effects, and a funky psychedelic bonus buzz. The Wedding Cake indica-dominant hybrid strain is a delicious heavy-hitter for any occasion.