THC Cake Bomb strain tightly-coiled leaves are a dark shade of forest green and contain a higher-than-average volume of bright orange pistils. These already-colorful flowers are also covered in shiny, translucent white trichomes that give them a shiny, dewy look.
When properly cured, THC Cake Bomb strain’s flowers have a dank, earthy scent with notes of wood and musk. On closer inspection, there are also some hints of lemon to brighten up the overall impression. Some consumers describe an astringent chemical funk, reminiscent of staple strain Chemdawg. Meanwhile, grinding up or breaking open the buds has a slightly rank, fermented smell. THC Bomb’s smoke may be harsh and cough-inducing for some. On the exhale, the smoke carries a fruity, slightly diesel taste.
THC Cake Bomb strain detonates quickly, exerting pressure around the smoker’s eyes and temples. This odd physical sensation is accompanied by a rush of energy. Smokers may find themselves motivated to engage in active pursuits, ranging from exercising to simply cleaning the house. Also present is an uptick in cerebral thinking; thoughts may occur more frequently, and in a more freely-associative manner. This headspace can be useful for working on detailed, analytical projects or more creative daydreaming and brainstorming efforts. THC Bomb can also have some trippy sensory effects, including visual distortions and time dilation, that can be made all the more intense by atmospheric movies or music. As the high wears on, THC Bomb is characterized by increased relaxation which, if not couchlocking, is enough to eliminate any lingering muscular tension. This unique blend of mental and physical effects makes the strain great for activities that involve agility and coordination, like working out, dancing, and even sex. If dosage is increased, couchlock becomes increasingly likely — in large enough amounts, falling asleep is not unheard of. Because its effects are so versatile, THC Bomb is appropriate for daytime or nighttime use (taking into account, of course, an individual user’s tolerance and daily agenda).
Medical cannabis patients may also find value in THC’s wide-ranging effects. Its cerebral onset can help those with attention deficit disorders to sustain focus on a single task. The bud can also have a positive effect on mood, helping to temporarily relieve the troubling symptoms of stress and depression. On the physical side, the strain may soothe mild to moderate aches and pains. As noted, THC Cake Bomb strain can also work against stubborn cases of insomnia. Because the early stages of its high may lead to intense, cerebral thinking, this strain is not recommended for users who are prone to panic or who have low tolerance for THC.
Fortunately for home growers, THC Cake Bomb strain Seeds has made seeds of this strain available for sale online. Once obtained, it can be grown indoors or out, although success outdoors depends on a semi-humid climate with consistent daytime temperatures between 72 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Plants have an indica-typical silhouette, growing short and bushy with strong lateral branches. Growers should be sure to “top” their crops by periodically trimming away broad fan leaves that might block light and air from reaching low-growing flowering nodes. Growers report that THC Bomb takes anywhere from a long 10 to 11 weeks to flower when grown indoors; it’s ready for harvest in late September to early October when grown outdoors. Finally, THC Bomb is known to offers a high yield of about 51 to 60 grams (1.8 to 2.1 ounces) of flower per square foot of plant.