Wedding Pie

The information presented on this page is intended solely for descriptive purposes and should not be considered a review or medical advice. The actual effects of the cannabis strain may vary. It is important to use marijuana responsibly. We recommend that you consult a healthcare professional before adding cannabis to your health regimen.

Quick info

Distinctive terpenes
Caryophyllene, myrcene, limonene
Helps with
Pain, insomnia, anxiety
Ease of growing
When to use






Sativa Indica

Effects & Usage



Benefits Wedding Pie is an Indica-dominant hybrid strain known for its relaxing and euphoric effects. This strain is a favourite among users for its ability to alleviate pain, insomnia, depression, and anxiety. With THC levels averaging around 21%, Wedding Pie offers a potent punch that’s sure to bring relief to both recreational and medicinal users.


Users report a quick onset of effects that start with a cerebral high, rendering your thinking a bit hazy & silly but happy.

While you can see the Sativa genetics at work here, this isn’t the bud you smoke to get your creative juices flowing. Expect laughter and euphoria as the cannabinoids lift your mood and take the day’s stress away.

The cerebral high transitions into a physical relaxation that could lead to couch-lock, especially in the evenings. A tingly sense of pleasure may accompany this feeling – but it is short-lived. The Indica force is quite high with this one – you will find yourself at the doors of a restful slumber soon. Make sure to finish all your day’s chores before lighting this flower.

As such, Wedding Pie is best recommended for evening/night use. It can be effective when smoked after a long day at work or after an intense gym session to recover.


Wedding Pie can be a haven for people grappling with pain issues. Its robust THC content, coupled with its terpene profile, may help ease chronic pain, inflammation, and muscle spasms. It also serves as a potential sleep aid, helping those with sleep problems. Lastly, people have reported this cultivar to help ease their anxiety and make them more relaxed.

Side effects

As a rather gentle strain, Wedding Pie comes with relatively few side effects. It can occasionally cause mild headaches and dizziness besides dry eyes and mouth. Anxiety and paranoia are uncommon, but they can occur in users sensitive to THC or those prone to mental health conditions. As always, responsible consumption is key to enjoying the strain – start slow and gradually increase the dosage if needed.

Taste & Smell


Wedding Pie has a complex flavour and aroma profile. The taste is strong and pungent, with fruity overtones and a hint of fuel. Users will notice a delightful blend of grape, berry, and nutty flavours, creating an authentic dessert experience. Many say this strain is like tasting a hybrid of cake & pie. The smell complements the taste with its pungent, sour, and fuel-like aroma – much like Sour Diesel.

The buds of Wedding Pie are a sight to behold, with dense, dark, and gnarly appearances that showcase its high trichome production. The forest-green calyxes and rusty pistils give it a swamp monster look, which is further highlighted by the excellent resin coverage.



Origins Bred by Cannarado Genetics, Wedding Pie is a mix of Wedding Cake and Grape Pie strains. This blend makes it a popular choice in dispensaries, particularly in Denver and beyond, due to its potency and flavourful profile.

Growing conditions

Growing Wedding Pie is a rewarding venture, especially for those new to cannabis cultivation. This strain is known for its hardiness and ability to withstand many common cannabis pathogens. It’s not particularly demanding regarding environmental conditions, but keeping it well-watered is crucial for healthy growth. Thanks to its Indica genetics, Wedding Pie matures fairly quickly, with indoor plants typically ready for harvest around the eighth or ninth week.