Georgia Pie Background: History & Genetics
A hybrid strain created by Seed Junky Genetics in California is called Georgia Pie. The strain, which is a cross between Kush Mints and Gelatti. It is well-known for both its berry flavors and its nearly overwhelming full-body euphoric effects. Not only does the strain have THC levels in the mid-to-upper 20s. But it also has the potential to maintain 3% CBD, which can easily leave you buzzing. This strain excels in providing a flavor of Georgia Pie (or what most people would refer to as peach cobbler). And an accompanying surge of joyful emotions.
Aesthetics, aroma, and flavor
Georgia Pie blooms in tiny, extremely dense nugs that resemble popcorn puffs. They’re dotted with sticky, snow-covered crystals with undertones of lavender coloration. Georgia Pie is a smooth flavor that hits you in the mouth with a burst of rich, vibrant cherry flavor blended with nuttiness, like warm dough. As the exhilaration takes hold, Pie gives you a mouthful of earthiness and herbs.
You’ll feel warm and hazy all over while smoking this strain, as well as tingling and a little out of it. Users of Georgia Pie turn to the strain when they are feeling uplifted, ravenous, cheerful, or aroused. And also, to get their appetites back, get rid of their motion sickness, or get some sleep after a bad night.
Ocimene, the primary terpene in Georgia Pie, aids in the treatment of depression and encourages users to feel happy and creative. Georgia Pie, which is also thought to have aphrodisiacal properties, can provide relief for people who experience muscle spasms, soreness, and exhaustion.
The effects of this strain are a delicate balance of invigorating and sedating, giving you a taste of both as you ride Georgia Pie up and down. The greatest benefit is its mind-expanding emotions of joyful calm, though many users also report experiencing dry lips and eyes.