About Ice Cream Cake
History & Genetics
This strain is more than it seems, though if you’re looking for vanilla-scented cookie-cheese goodness, it will deliver the goods you think it will. In addition to its flavors, its dominant terpenes add flashes of spice that deepen the experience. Its THC tests reasonably high, which should warrant caution from new users.
Appearance, Aroma & Flavor
Smoking Ice Cream Cake starts off with a flavor like cream cheese and vanilla, relaxing into a nutty exhale that starts to drift towards citrus and herbs. Ice Cream Cake grows into its nutty vanilla scent with a colorful bouquet of buds. They’re different shades of green and purple, decorated with rusty hairs and frosty crystals. Its major terpenes include limonene and caryophyllene, with some myrcene peaking through. These give it a citrusy overtone, an almost orange aroma, mixed with cinnamon. The truly nosy cannabis connoisseurs will be able to sniff out lavender as well.
Ice Cream Cake’s effects are pungent owing to mid-20s THC levels. It gives you a cerebral push, a lift in your mind that encourages happiness, easiness, and positivity. If you’re a Type A personality person, running around doing work, controlling your life, this strain could be a remedy from yourself.
It will leave you locked to your couch, teasing you with sedation. Your racing thoughts will be gone, calm as a sea of melted ice cream for you to drift bodily away into who-knows-where. This is what makes this strain perfect for treating depression and pain, as well as insomnia. The tantalizing flavors can jumpstart a stubborn appetite too, making it great for people who suffer from appetite loss and nausea.
Beginning as a mental burst of energy and drifting into unfocused bodily sensations that lead to sleep, this can be a great evening companion for heavy workers and heavier thinkers. We don’t know exactly where it comes from. But we know where it’s going!
This tasty strain grows pretty quickly, flowering in about 8-9 weeks. It’s relatively easy to grow and yields a medium-large harvest, especially if you’re an experienced grower. It does well indoors or outdoors, as long as you keep it warm.