Cereal Milk is described as smelling like Cap’n Crunch milk or strawberry ice cream. The scent is as powerful as its flavor. You’ll know if you’ve gotten your hands on genuine Cereal Milk. Cereal Milk is a combination of Y Life, which is a cross between Cookies and Cherry Pie, and Snowman, a Cookies phenotype that’s heavy on the sativa side. This mixture provides a pleasant blend of indica body high and sativa head high, according to those who’ve been lucky enough to try it.
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Cereal Milk is a hybrid marijuana strain from Breeder Powerzzzup. Cereal Milk is a (50% indica/50%) sativa made by crossing Y Life (Cookies x Cherry Pie) and Snowman, a sativa-dominant Cookies pheno. If you are looking for a super unique flavor and a long-lasting high that’s perfect for a lazy weekend day? You’ve found it with Cereal Milk. This lovely lady packs a sweet and creamy sugary taste with hints of fruits and berries throughout., almost like a leftover bowl of cereal milk The aroma is very similar, although with a light herbal touch to it, too. Cereal Milk high is just as delightful as the flavor, with effects that will have you feeling calm yet focused for hours on end. This strain will make you feel euphoric lift at the onset of the high, filling your entire mind with a sense of pure happiness and lifted bliss. As your mind reaches new heights, you’ll feel an influx of creative energy and sociability, boosting your mental clarity and focus. With these effects and its high ranging from 18-23% average THC level, Cereal Milk is often the right choice for those suffering from conditions such as chronic stress, nausea or appetite loss, chronic fatigue, depression and chronic pain. This bud has tapered fat heart-shaped olive green nugs with minty undertones, dark orange hairs and a coating of frosty white crystal trichomes.
Cereal Milk Growing INFO
This strain is currently in limited production in California, so getting your hands on seeds might be very tricky. Since the strain debuted the summer of 2019, it hasn’t made its way out into the wider world just yet. Growers are ready and waiting for the chance to see just what growing Cereal Milk is like.
Not many know what to expect from growing this strain, but we suspect that it will follow in the steps of its Cookie and Cherry Pie predecessors. Overall, its heritage predicts that it should be a moderately sized plant with decent yields. Neither Cherry Pie nor Cookies are a perfect beginner plant, but inside they do well. The combination of the two should yield a pest-resistant plant that prefers stable, warm temperatures, and a stress-free environment to reach its full potential.
Lots of light and space will help Cereal Milk really branch out. It produces notoriously dense buds, so lighting and airflow is key to making sure they grow big and strong. As a true moderate-sized hybrid, using the Sea of Green method or low-stress training will probably increase yields.
It should not be prone to mold or mildew but will be a must for keeping these plants healthy. Heat stress is the biggest problem with Cereal Milk’s predecessors. With a proper setup, you can control the temperature and avoid unnecessary plant stress. This strain favor both indoor and outdoor for cultivation
Once more, this is a very new strain, so not many people have grown it. However, the strains crossed to create Cereal Milk flower in about 8 to 10 weeks. Indoors, Cookies, and Cherry Pie are known winners and handle both soil and hydro well, so Cereal Milk should too. I’d predict a yield between that of Cherry Pie and Cookies, so between twelve and fourteen ounces per square meter.
Cookies can be a little temperamental outdoors, so if you get your hands on some seeds, be careful with Cereal Milk. Cherry Pie is better suited to the outside, though, so Cereal Milk may be just fine. When growing this strain, keep an eye on the weather and try if it looks like it will be a warm September. Harvest is sometime in mid-October. If the yield follows its predecessors, expect upwards of twelve ounces per plant outside.