French Wedding Cake's aromatic and vibrant buds offer users an uplifting and relaxing onset of effects. Some consumers have reported this strain to be slightly sedative in larger doses depending on consumption method. Novice consumers should proceed with caution by starting with smaller doses to avoid becoming couch-locked or in a lethargic state. In more controlled doses, users can expect to experience mental and physical relaxation. Some have reported bouts of creativity making French Wedding Cake an ideal strain for artists, musicians, writers, or consumers looking to unwind from a long day. Currently, there isn't much information regarding the lineage or history of this strain, but some reviewers have noted a slight reminiscence of the Wedding Cake strain.
This hybrid strain is known to produce evenly shaped and tightly packed forest green and purple buds. The buds are typically covered in a light layer of golden and non-glandular trichomes, depending on residual moisture content. In contrast, batches with higher residual moisture content tend to produce a more resinous coating of trichomes making French Wedding Cake an ideal strain for extracting and producing concentrated THC products such as sugars, waxes, or rosin. When breaking apart the aromatically appealing buds, users can expect to be greeted with notes of sweet and earthy pine accompanied by a slightly skunky and berry set of undertones. Some users have experienced piney and earthy flavors along with a nutty aftertaste.
Users lucky enough to have tried French Wedding Cake have noted that this hybrid cannabis strain helped to alleviate symptoms of mental stress, anxiety, and moderate chronic pain. French Wedding Cake's THC content tends to average at around 18%, while dominant terpenes typically found in this strain are Beta-Myrcene, Alpha-Pinene, and Beta-Caryophyllene.