Clear your schedule if you’re planning to give Wedding Pie a try. The delicious 60/40 indica hybrid packs a huge punch alongside its extremely sweet flavor.
Wedding Pie’s THC content, which averages 26%, already qualifies it as a heavy hitter. But its combination of a heavy, unfocused head high and a heavy, couch-locking body stone could easily define a nearly-perfect stoner experience — and the solution that many MMJ patients search for.
The strain’s scent is somewhat dank, mixing sweet and sour aromas. As for the strain’s taste: it’s a treat suitable for dessert, with dominant flavors of grapes, berries, and nuts mixed with notes of pie dough and spices. That’s not surprising since Wedding Pie is the product of two other delicious strains, Wedding Cake and Grape Pie.
Effects and Side Effects
The initial buzz of Wedding Pie sneaks up on you as you’re savoring the weed’s taste. It begins with a slight tingling sensation in the brain, but before you know it, the cares and stress you’ve been harboring are gone. They’re replaced without warning by a rush of blissful, unfocused euphoria and a hazy, calm head buzz.
The cerebral high may take a little while to hit, but the stress-relieving buzz doesn’t waste any time extending throughout the rest of the body after that. Muscles relax quickly as a preface to a complete body melt, with waves of relaxation likely to pin the user to their couch for the duration of the experience. Sedation and deep sleep aren’t guaranteed, but they’re more than likely to follow.
It probably goes without saying that Wedding Pie isn’t a good choice for daytime use, or for those who like to wake and bake. It’s the type of weed that’s perfect for unwinding after a long, stressful day at work or for use in the late evening before bedtime. Choosing it as a weekend smoke? Be sure you can just curl up on the couch for a few hours, or longer, after toking up.
The extremely high THC content of Wedding Pie makes it one of the highest THC strains and it is a strain best suited to use by experienced smokers who aren’t dealing with clinical anxiety. Newbies, or those with preexisting anxiety issues, may find themselves overwhelmed; dizziness, paranoia, and panic are possible side effects for those folks, and even veteran stoners who consume too much can be affected.
Dry throat, cottonmouth, and dehydration are also possible effects of Wedding Pie.
- Energy: 2/5
- Creative: 1/5
- Pain: 5/5
- Stress: 5/5
- Sleep: 4/5
- Mood: 4/5
- Paranoid: 3/5
- Dry Mouth: 4/5
- Dry Eyes: 4/5
- Lethargy: 4/5
- Cough: 3/5
Bottom Line: Wedding Pie is a great way to get totally blasted. It provides unfocused euphoria that wipes away stress and an extremely strong body stone that locks users to the couch before they’ll probably slip into a long, restful sleep.
First and foremost, many patients who are suffering from insomnia or experiencing poor sleep choose Wedding Pie as their go-to strain since the strain’s ability to help with sleep and induce sedation makes it a valuable tool.
Medical users say that Wedding Pie is almost as effective at relieving issues like clinical stress, anxiety, and depression, thanks to its powerful and unfocused head high that virtually eliminates worries, cares, or negative thoughts. It’s important to be careful when using the strain for that purpose, though, because of the possibility it could worsen existing anxiety.
Those dealing with physical pain praise Wedding Pie as well, saying its deep physical relaxation (and eventual sedation) helps them cope with chronic and serious pain, migraines, and other medical issues. The strong head high helps there as well, allowing sufferers to forget about their pain for a while.
Flavor and Aroma
The scent and taste of this weed each prominently feature grapes and berries. They’re both yummy but in slightly different ways.
Wedding Pie’s aroma is sweet and sour, herbal and pungent, with a diesel influence fairly obvious. The fruit scents are there but tempered by the other aromas.
When you taste the creamy smoke, though, the sweetness of berries and grapes comes through loud and clear, along with the flavor of pastry dough. Nuts, fuel, and spice are there as well, but primarily in the aftertaste.
This is a top-notch dessert strain.
Flavor and Aroma Ratings:
- Earthy: 3/5
- Citrus: 3/5
- Fruity: 5/5
- Spice: 3/5
- Wood: 3/5
Cannabinoids and Terpenes
It shouldn’t be a surprise that this is a potent strain since its average THC content is a whopping 26%, among the highest levels you’ll find at the retail level. Even though the flower you buy might come in on the low side, it’s a good bet that it will contain more than 20% THC. The levels of CBD and other cannabinoids are extremely low.
Caryophyllene, myrcene, limonene, linalool, and bisabolol are the terpenes that give Wedding Pie most of its aroma and flavor profiles.
Colorado’s Cannarado Genetics deserves thanks for introducing Wedding Pie to the weed world. They crossed two indica-dominant strains, their own Grape Pie and ultra-potent Wedding Cake, to create a powerful and tasty child that’s already won several awards.
Grape Pie contributes the soaring euphoria, Wedding Cake adds the strong body stone, and they each provide sweet, fruity flavors to the successful genetic combination.
Where to Buy Wedding Pie Seeds
It won’t be easy because these are difficult seeds to find. You might try smaller sources like BW Genetics, but be careful. Most vendors actually sell Wedding Cake seeds, not Wedding Pie ones. The Clone Conservatory says it does have clones available for sale.
Ice Cream Cake delivers much of the same cerebral high and body-locking effects of Wedding Pie, along with a similarly-delicious aroma and flavor. Dosidos, Slurricane, and parent Wedding Cake strain are other strains that could be considered good alternatives to try.
Wedding Pie Strain Review: FAQ
Q: How strong is Wedding Pie?
A: Very. It contains about 26% THC, which is one of the most potent strains you can buy at any dispensary. Those who have a low THC tolerance or aren’t experienced users should go very slow to start.
Q: How long does it take for Wedding Pie to flower?
A: In ideal conditions, it should be between 53 and 63 days when you’re growing indoors. Outdoors, the plants will be ready to harvest in late September or early October.