Georgia Pie

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Quick info

Distinctive terpenes
Caryophyllene, limonene, pinene
Helps with
Pain, stress, lack of appetite
Ease of growing
When to use






Very High
Sativa Indica

Effects & Usage



Embarking upon a Georgia Pie journey leads into a realm where relaxation meets creativity. This marvellous indica-dominant hybrid prides itself upon its heritage, including the beloved Gelato and Biscotti, which gives it a delicious taste and blissful effects. With a THC content often in the middle twenties, Georgia Pie offers a potent yet very pleasant high.


Georgia Pie’s high spreads down the body with a tingling sensation, providing blissful relaxation, instant spiritual uplift, and a calm focus. By wiping out all tension and worry, the strain facilitates gentle creativity. It is an excellent choice if you want to work on artistic projects, and it will make you enjoy every minute of the process so much more.

This flower tastes the nicest when shared with others – on a sunny, relaxed afternoon or a movie marathon. Just make sure to bring loads of snacks, as you are guaranteed to feel the munchies with this one.

Georgia Pie can also be savoured in more intimate settings. It is known to be an aphrodisiac that will definitely enhance your date or a night with your better half.


Georgia Pie is a versatile strain that can be utilised in a variety of conditions. With hints of CBD and the anti-inflammatory caryophyllene and pinene, it shows great analgesic potential, treating chronic pain, muscle spasms, headaches and arthritis.

The strain also effectively deals with appetite problems, which can be utilised by cancer patients struggling with medication-induced nausea or people with eating disorders.

Lastly, Georgia Pie is highly uplifting and relaxing, temporarily relieving symptoms of anxiety, stress and depression.

Side effects

As the strain is very potent, it can cause unpleasant side effects, particularly if you overindulge or struggle with mental health conditions. Headaches, as well as paranoia and anxiety, have been reported. To minimise the risk of these adverse reactions, consume responsibly, starting with a single puff and slowly increasing the dose if necessary.

Taste & Smell


Georgia Pie greets the senses with an invitation that is hard to resist. Its nugs are small and dense, coloured in beautiful deep green interlaced with some lavender shades. The aroma stays true to the strain’s name, offering a burst of fruity, berry sweetness and nuttiness reminiscent of a freshly baked fruit pie. Georgia Pie’s taste accurately reflects this captivating aroma, treating your palate to cherry, peach and nutty notes on the inhale, with a hint of spicy earthiness and fuel on the exhale to balance the flavour.

If you like the taste, you will likely appreciate Wedding Cake or Cherry Pie. You can also explore our vast collection of strains for more mouthwatering cultivars.



Seed Junky Genetics, a reputable breeder based in California’s golden lands, waved their magic wand to create Georgia Pie. This extraordinary strain was created from the fusion of Gelatti, a fantastic hybrid born from Gelato and Biscotti, and the captivating Kush Mints. The outcome is a delightful strain providing a peachy aroma and a dreamy experience. Although relatively new, it has already earned glowing reviews and a dedicated fanbase.

Growing conditions

Ideal for both indoor and outdoor cultivation, Georgia Pie requires consistent attention, thriving best with regular pruning and trimming. However, it is a manageable strain for growers at all experience levels. With resilience to common moulds and diseases, it promises a rewarding growing experience.

The strain favours a Mediterranean-like climate, warm and moderately humid, meaning you can try growing it on your own during the Thai winter. Within 9 to 10 weeks, these dense, bushy plants will be ready to harvest, yielding around 300 grams per square metre indoors and about 500 grams per plant outdoors.