Cereal Milk is a potent hybrid cannabis strain that has been gaining popularity in the marijuana community. It comes from Cookies, a well-known manufacturer of marijuana strains. Cereal milk has an aroma and flavor similar to, you guessed it, cereal milk, which makes it seem like you’re vaping your favorite breakfast cereal!
This strain is particularly popular for its ability to make users feel relaxed, creative, and uplifted. For those looking for a mellow high without being too heavy on their body or mind, this may be the ideal choice.
Cereal Milk is a soothing strain that gives you an energized boost without the anxiety-inducing qualities of other sativa strains. Cereal milk relaxes aches and pains, while bringing out creativity in many users. It also has uplifting effects which encourage movement rather than slowing it down as many indica hybrids do, which can be helpful for people at home or on their daily commute to work!
This strain can also be a great way to make it through the workday. Many users describe their high as one that’s incredibly balanced with equal parts of a mellow mindset blended with just enough energetic creativity. Artists may particularly love this strain if they’ve been feeling like they need some extra motivation, and for those who are well-versed in weed, Cereal Milk could provide the focus needed to move through your list effortlessly.
The Cereal Milk high is often described as a perfect blend of its parent strains, creating an all-encompassing buzz. The strain can relax your body while simultaneously improving focus, making it ideal for both day or night use. This balanced experience won’t be short lived either—just the opposite in fact! Cereal Milk offers hours upon hours to enjoy this sweet buzz that will leave you feeling soothed from head to toe with little to no dry mouth whatsoever.
Flavor + Aroma
Although there isn’t much information yet concerning growing this strain, we do know that Cereal Milk plants tend to grow to a medium height and are fairly wide. Their olive green nugs are short and fat with minty undertones and dark orange pistils. Frosty white trichomes cover this strain’s buds from top to bottom like flakes of snow.
Cereal Milk is just as tasty and sweet in flavor as it smells. As you can probably guess, it tastes like you’re drinking the leftover milk from your favorite cereal, thanks to its Cherry Pie and Cookie ancestors. The fruity profile has an extra tang that complements the sweetness well on exhale, with no part of its flavor profile being too overpowering or strong for your taste buds!
You’ll experience hints of sweet fruits, berries, and iced cereal milk when you take in this strain’s aroma, which is very similar but lighter than your average weed smell. The most commonly reported flavors of this strain are vanilla, tropical fruits, and a signature sweetness.
Recreationally, the use of Cereal Milk can make you feel like a million bucks, and it’s no different when used for medical purposes. This hybrid strain has been reported to be great at treating anxiety, depression, migraines and pain caused by other health issues! This strain delivers on both physical relief as well as mental clarity making this the perfect cannabis option for those who need help with various ailments or mood related issues.
Cereal milk is a versatile and calming strain that won’t lock you to the couch. It provides a boost of energy without triggering anxiety or paranoia, making it one for those with high-energy needs who want to keep their mind sharp while relieving tension in body parts such as joints and inflammation.
As the high seeps in and your mind reaches new heights, it’ll feel as if mental clarity and focus are boosted. With increased creative energy and a sense of sociability, this strain can definitely help those suffering from conditions such as chronic stress or depression. Cereal milk has THC levels ranging from 18 to 23 percent, which makes it appropriate for treating nausea, appetite loss, chronic fatigue, and chronic pain in addition to other health ailments like anxiety and depression.
Cereal Milk is a relatively new strain that has yet to make its way out into the wider world. It first debuted in California a few summers ago and growers are itching for the chance to see what growing this strain will be like. The heritage of Cookie and Cherry Pie predict it should grow moderately sized with decent yields, but nobody knows for sure just what they can expect from such an unknown plant.
When grown indoors, Cookies and Cherry Pie are known winners for both soil-grown and hydro and have a yield of between twelve to fourteen ounces per square meter. This is likely the same amount that Cereal Milk would produce too! Cookies and Cherry Pie are known to be a bit temperamental when it comes to being grown outdoors, so I would take caution if you plan to grow your Cereal Milk outside.
As with many other strains of cannabis cultivated by Cookies, we can guess that Cereal Milk flowers over the course of nine to ten weeks when grown indoors, with its harvest taking place in late October. The buds are short and fat, with lots of trichomes that contribute to its high THC content, making it perfect for anyone looking for a balanced, yet powerful high.
Although Cereal Milk doesn’t usually produce undesirable effects, new users and those who are particularly sensitive may want to take it slow with this strain! Like most hybrids, Cereal Milk can lead to dry eye and cottonmouth. Other reported symptoms include slight jitters, forgetfulness, and mild disorientation. In particular, many people report losing track of time but this generally only happens when you ingest a large quantity of it. Since the nugs are especially dense, it may be smart to weigh before consuming so you don’t consume more than intended.
Overall, Cereal Milk is a potent, tasty strain that will have you feeling uplifted and creative. The flavors of this new-to-market weed are on point with every inhale tasting like the cold milk leftover from your favorite bowl of cereal. It may not be easiest to grow due to its rarity in the market, but consumers can’t get enough!
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