Dec 26 , 2018
Forbidden Fruit is named after the all too famous story of Eve reaching for the forbidden fruit in the garden of Eden, after which all hell broke loose. This tale is also applicable to this strain of cannabis, as it’s not only incredibly fruity, it’s also exceptionally potent. This strain is what is known as a dankenstein strain, which is a cross between two or more incredibly potent or ‘dank’ strains, creating one ridiculously potent and dankenstein monster. Forbidden Fruit is one of those strains that has it all, potency, taste, and a reasonably well-balanced high. These are the most sought-after strains on the market, and as more and more newer strains come into the cannabis community, most of them are fruity and reasonably well-balanced hybrids. As you can tell from the names of these strains, they are both fruity as hell. Cherry Pie is famous for its cherry taste and Tangie is famous for its orange taste. Both strains are also very potent, and so their ‘child’ is also incredibly potent. Did you pick some Forbidden Fruit and can't read everything on this page? Try watching this video instead! Written by Hamish Have you tried Forbidden Fruit? Have questions we haven't answered? Drop us a comment below!
This strain is sometimes called Juicy Fruit weed, Purple Passion strain, Juicy Fruit Bud, Juicy Fruit Kush, Forbidden Candy, Fruit Salad strain, or California Grapefruit strain. However, there are a number of similar strains that many people may confuse with this fruity strain. For example, Fruity Pebbles strain, High Octane Strain, Pie Face strain, Passion Fruit strain, and Gorilla Bomb strain. These are all similar strains with very fruity flavours. The fruity strains are considered by many to be the best tasting of all cannabis strains.
Up close and personal with Forbidden Fruit, photo: @curlee64
Forbidden Fruit: Indica or Sativa?
Forbidden Fruit is a 70/30 hybrid that definitely leans towards the indica side. However, the cerebral energy in this strain still allows your mind to wonder, even though your body may be glued to the couch.
Forbidden Fruit genetics
The original breeder of this strain is hard to track down, but what is certain is that their idea was to bring together two incredibly tasty, fruity strains to create one hell of a dankenstein. The two strains that were crossed together to create Forbidden Fruit are:
Forbidden Fruit THC percentage
Forbidden Fruit is much stronger than the average indica-dominant hybrid. The average indica-dominant hybrid has around 12.5% THC content, whereas the average phenotype of this fruity strain is 25%. The strongest phenotypes don’t really measure more than this, with some phenotypes being measured at 26%. That’s almost double the average indica-dominant hybrid, and now maybe you can understand why this strain is so popular.
Forbidden Fruit price
Although you may think this strain is going to be insanely expensive, it’s not quite as bad as you might imagine. The price is about $15 a gram in a North American dispensary, maybe less, depending on the area you’re in. However, in Amsterdam, where the supply is much lower, you’re likely to spend about $30 a gram. Some may charge a little more, some may charge a little less. It really depends on the supply at that time.
Forbidden Fruit taste
As mentioned previously, Forbidden Fruit was bred for taste. As such, it has a formidable taste that has become associated more and more with these so called dankenstein strains. As such, you should definitely grind this strain up first, and then stick it inside a flower vaporiser. This allows the full taste profile of this magnificent strain to be enjoyed. Speaking of which, you can expect the following flavours from Forbidden Fruit:
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Forbidden Fruit oil, wax, shatter, edibles, etc.
Most concentrate creators focus on two different attributes of their cannabis: taste and potency. As we’ve already seen, Forbidden Fruit has both taste and potency, which makes it an excellent choice for Butane Hash Oil creation such as shatter or wax. We have a guide for this here. However, please note: this is considered very dangerous, and some people have managed to burn their houses down in the process of making shatter. Please only try this if you know what you’re doing, or if you have some experience doing similar processes.
For edibles, the potency and flavour doesn’t matter as much. It’s probably best to use bush weed, or cheap weed for edibles. However, if you’re using a flower vaporiser, you can actually reuse the cannabis you thought you were simply going to throw away to make incredibly potent edibles quickly and easily. Basically, it’s probably not worth decarboxylating your own Forbidden Fruit flower to make edibles, but it would be worth using already vaped bud (AVB) to make them. Just ensure to mix your AVB with a fat or an oil.
Go ahead, pick one of these nugs and see what happens. We think you’ll like it. Photo: @sanfrannabis
This close up captures the beauty of Forbidden Fruit. Photo: @illuminatrx
Forbidden Fruit General
Stress Relief 100%
Pain Relief 85%
If you do feel couch locked and are seeking a remedy, then we have a little guide to help:
Forbidden Fruit flowering time
The average flowering time of this strain is about 10 weeks, which makes it a reasonably long strain to grow. Don’t try to harvest the strain before this, as you’ll regret not giving Forbidden Fruit the time it needs to develop its potency!
Forbidden Fruit growing tips
This strain is a bushy indica, but it’s not too hard to grow. You will need to trim the top of this plant, also known as topping, to remove some of those pesky leaves at the top that refuse to let light filter down to the bottom of the plant. By topping Forbidden Fruit you can increase your yield from low to moderate.
Forbidden fruit seeds
What is the meaning of autoflowering seeds? This strain is available in autoflower format, meaning that you can guarantee that the seeds will flower. This means that it’s not dependent on how well you grow; the vegetative plant will eventually flower. These kinds of seeds are much easier to grow.
Forbidden Fruit yield
In all the right conditions, with all the right topping methods etc., you can expect a fairly good yield, sitting at around 3 ounces per foot squared.
Baby Forbidden Fruit! Does it know what happiness it will bring once it’s grown up? Photo: @realdanhell
What is the Forbidden Fruit strain?
Forbidden Fruit is a certified dankenstein strain. It’s a cross between two incredibly dank strains, resulting in one even danker strain. It was bred for flavour, but carries the potency of its two parent strains with it. This indica-dominant hybrid is perfect for stress, and may produce sleep a few hours after smoking it.
As you can tell from the names of these strains, they are both fruity as hell. Cherry Pie is famous for its cherry taste and Tangie is famous for its orange taste. Both strains are also very potent, and so their ‘child’ is also incredibly potent.
Did you pick some Forbidden Fruit and can't read everything on this page? Try watching this video instead!
Written by Hamish
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