- 1 What is Forbidden Fruit Strain?
- 2 Background and Lineage
- 3 Types of High
- 4 Medical Benefits
- 5 Adverse Effects
- 6 Growing Forbidden Fruit Strain
- 7 Quick Reference Guide – Forbidden Fruit Strain
- 8 Concentration and Potency
- 9 Effects
- 10 Cultivation & Yield Capabilities
What is Forbidden Fruit Strain?
Welcome to another strain review. In this article, we will talk about one of my favorites, Forbidden fruit Strain. Forbidden fruit is an extremely potent strain with irresistible flavor and balance, which are the qualities that recreational users look for in a strain.
The Forbidden fruit is an Indica dominant hybrid cannabis strain but still has some elements of Sativa. The ratio of Indica and Sativa is 70%/30%. So, it provides the best of both worlds. Lab test shows that the THC level of Forbidden fruit strain can be anywhere from 15% to 25%.
Apart from its distinct taste and flavor, the Forbidden fruit strain gives you a blissful elevating feeling and puts you in a total state of relaxation. This strain is prevalent among beginners and recreational users. The experienced users also enjoy it for its fruity flavor.
Background and Lineage
The Forbidden fruit strain is a cross of Cherry pie and Tangie, two very potent and tasty strains.
Tangie is a Sativa dominant strain bred by DNA Genetics and the Crockett family farms that also goes by the name of Tangerine dream. It was famous throughout the 90s because of its flavor and uplifting effects, and then it sorts of went off the scene. A breeder named Crockett family farms had the cut, and they joined up with DNA Genetics and put out the Tangie or the Tangerine dream strain. It has a super citrusy intense flavor.
On the other hand, Cherry pie is a very balanced 50-50 strain bred by the Cookie fam genetics. It got a super funky sweet taste of dough and cherry. It gives a very positive, upbeat, full-body buzz, which is very pleasant and relaxing at the same time.
So, the outcome of crossing these two strains gives the Forbidden fruit strain a genetics profile that is very heavy on fruity flavors as well as enchanting effects.
Types of High
It is an excellent strain for unwinding at the end of a busy, stressful day. Because of its high Indica ratio, you will instantly start feeling a tremendous dose of relaxation flowing through your body.
The experience begins with the taste of sweet, fruity cookies tricking down your throat and latching of your tongue. With the exhale, the flavor is even more profound as your body releases the sweet, fruity smoke from your lungs.
The high THC level of this strain will give you a powerful high starting in your head and making its way to the rest of your body. With a tranquilizer-like relaxation, you will feel sleepy, but it wouldn’t knock you out straight away.
Along with the physical impact, Forbidden fruit strain also delivers pleasant cognitive release. It will clear your mind from clutter and negative feelings and place you in a meditative state. Your mind and body will start aligning, and you will feel complete bliss.
The effects will start strong, but slowly it will reduce into a sleepy intoxication, and you will have a great night of sleep while your mood is uplifted along the way.
If you are a beginner, take it in a small dose to avoid unnecessary paranoia from happening.
Forbidden fruit strain is generally an excellent all-around strain. Its unique genetics profile makes it attractive for managing various conditions.
Many patients use this strain to manage muscle spasms, migraine headaches, and chronic pains. Forbidden fruit strain is also potentially ideal for controlling chronic stress, lack of appetite, nausea, and anxiety disorders.
Forbidden fruit a nighttime strain. Because of its high THC level, it gives you heavier high than other strains. Forbidden fruit is a perfect strain for people who have trouble falling asleep easily. Its sedative qualities calm the mind if your mind is always wandering and racing and help you sleep.
All cannabis strains have some common adverse effects. The high THC content makes Forbidden Fruit a super potent strain. For that reason, the same reactions resulting from marijuana use seem to be more pronounced.
People love Forbidden fruit strain for its minimal side effects for a strain that is quite so potent. It will rarely make you feel dizzy or paranoid, but these should only occur when you smoke or consume it in large doses.
Like other marijuana strains, Forbidden fruit strain can cause a sense of feeling dehydrated, making your mouth feel dry. You may also feel like your eyes are dry and itchy.
Growing Forbidden Fruit Strain
With the right amount of light, the Forbidden fruit strain is quite easy to grow. It is a very low maintenance strain, and it has a high resistance to mold, pests, and mildew. If your growing skill is intermediate or above, then this is the perfect strain for you to grow.
Forbidden fruit strain can be grown both indoor and outdoor.
The plant grows quite effortlessly indoors, but you will need to provide enough space and air circulation for this strain to grow well.
You will also need to monitor the room temperature and the humidity level. The humidity should be moderate, and the temperature should be set to average room temperature.
Like the strain, the plant can be pretty stinky. You will need a good ventilation system to get rid of that strong odor.
Check our article on How to Grow Marijuana at Home
Growing this plan outdoor is ideal because of the smell. The plant thrives in a moderate climate, but you can grow it in the drier regions too. Plant the seeds in an area that has rich organic soil. You will also need to add some fertilizers and nutrients and keep the soil moist. Ensure the area where you are planning the seeds gets plenty of sunlight, and the air is dry.
With the right growing condition, topping methods, you can expect good yield. The harvest time for outdoor plants is usually mid-October.
On average, it takes roughly about ten weeks for Forbidden fruit cultivar to flower. A moderate harvest could be anywhere between 13-15 ounces per square meter (indoor) and 15 ounces per plant (outdoor). The plant can grow up to 3-6 feet in height.
Forbidden fruit is an auto-flowering strain. That means it will automatically switch from vegetative growth to the flowering stage with age. If you are growing indoors, you won’t have to worry about changing the light cycle and the bulbs.
Quick Reference Guide – Forbidden Fruit Strain
Indica dominant Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Cherry Pie x Tangie
Just like its name, it has a vibrant, electrifying look at a glance. The buds have a greener look to it with some purple tips here and there that are like a pale purple, but it’s green throughout pretty much. It has a pretty different nug structure that reminds me of Cherry pie because it’s round nugs, and they’re very dense and compact. It also has that elongated Tangie look to it in some places. Buds are pretty frosty with medium-sized trichomes, and the stalks look pretty long. It got beautiful burnt orange color hairs throughout the bud.
When you break the bud open, it is super resinous on the inside. They look beautiful, and you can see both the Tangie and Cherry pie characteristics of the nugs.
One of the distinct characteristics of this strain is its strong fruity smell. Forbidden fruit strain has a very piney, citrusy, passion fruit, mango-like tropical aroma.
The taste of Forbidden fruit strain is a blend of Cherry, Citrus, Pine, Tropical, and Grapefruit flavors.
Preferred Consumption Time
Preferred Consumption Method
- Northern Lights
- Critical Kush
- 9 Pound Hammer
Concentration and Potency
|Indica/Sativa Percentage||70% : 30%|
|THC Percentage||15 – 25%|
|CBD Percentage||< 1%|
|Effects||Relaxed, Happy, Euphoric, Sleepy|
|Duration of Effects||2-3 hours|
- Relaxed (75%)
- Euphoric (45%)
- Happy (55%)
- Sleepy (35%)
- Uplifted (30%)
- Stress (30%)
- Anxiety (25%)
- Depression (20%)
- Pain (23%)
- Insomnia (20%)
- Dry mouth (15%)
- Dry eyes (10%)
- Dizzy (1%)
- Headache (1%)
- Paranoid (1%)
Cultivation & Yield Capabilities
|Flower Develop||10 weeks|
|Plant Height||3-6 Feet|
|Indoor Yield||15 ounces per square feet|
|Outdoor Yield||15 ounces per plant|
|Outdoor Harvesting||Mid October|
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