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Jungle Cake

Bred by Seed Junky Genetics, Jungle Cake crosses White Fire #43 and Wedding Cake.

Bred by Seed Junky Genetics, Jungle Cake crosses White Fire #43 and Wedding Cake.

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Cream Cake

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Basic / Breeders Info

Cream Cake is an indica/sativa variety from Cream Crop and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±65 days ), outdoors and in the greenhouse. Cream Crops Cream Cake is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Cream Crops Cream Cake Description

Cream Cake is a 50/50 Hybrid leaning slightly towards the Indica side. This strain comes from crossing LA Kush Cake with Cream Crop Co.’s own Cream strain. Cream Cake begins her journey well if you top her often and really loves a trellis. She will grow big and hearty and when switched to flowering will stretch tall. Cream Cake lets off this aroma of kerosene fuel mixed with sweet creamy pine. When smoked it has a piney OG taste with earthy diesel with a hint of creamy sugar. LA Kush Cake is a great option for those seeking pain relief or more powerful euphoria, as this strain imbues the mind and body with tranquilizing relaxation and brings creativity.

Mother: LA Kush Cake
Father: Cream
Family: 50/50 Indica Hybrid
Sex: Reg
Growing Conditions: Multi Topped, Lollipopped, and Trellis
Height: Tall
Indoor Flowering Time: 63-70 Days
Yield: Medium to Heavy

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Cream Cake Lineage / Genealogy

  • Cream Cake »»» Unknown Strain LA Kush Cake x Cream LA Kush Cake »»» Unknown Strain
    • »»» Cookies & Cream x Unknown Strain
      • »»» Girl Scout Cookies x Starfighter F2
        • »»» F1 Durban x OG Kush South Florida S1
            • »»» Durban Poison x Chemdawg Mendocino IBL

                  KwaZulu-Natal »»» Sativa
                • »»» Chemdawg x Probably x Hindu Kush, Pakistan
                    »»» Sativa
                    »»» Indica
                    »»» Indica
                    • »»» Lemon Alien Dawg x Tahoe Alien
                      • »»» Alien Dog Cherry Pheno x Lemon Kush Cherry Pheno
                        • »»» Chem Dawg d x Alien Technology d (specified above)
                            »»» Indica
                          • »»» Lemon G x Afghanistan, Hindu Kush
                              »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
                            • »»» Tahoe OG Kush x Alien Kush F1
                              • »»» OG Kush Tahoe Cut x SFV OG Kush IBL Tahoe Cut (specified above) IBL
                                • »»» SFV OG x Afghani #1
                                    SFV Cut (specified above)
                                  • »»» Afghanistan x Afghanistan »»» Indica »»» Indica
                                  • »»» Las Vegas Purple Kush x Alien Technology
                                    • »»» Northern Lights x Hindu Kush Purple
                                        Probably »»» Indica

                                      Map of the Cream Cake Family Tree

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                                      9 Weed Strains to Look Forward to in 2021

                                      Looking to try a new strain this year? Some of these options might do the trick.

                                      Every year, we all look ahead and try to guess what might become the biggest weed strains for the next 365 days. It’s just the natural thing to do since we — as fellow consumers — are determined to stay on top of the freshest and hottest trends. For 2021, we scoped out which strains are sure to continue the momentum built in previous years, as well as some strains that are showing blow-up potential.

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                                      Here are 9 weed strains to look forward to in 2021.

                                      Wedding Cake

                                      In 2021, Wedding Cake is sure to remain one of the most popular strains in the world.

                                      Wedding Cake, also known as Pink Cookies, is an indica-dominant hybrid that was bred by Seed Junky Genetics. It’s a phenotype of a cross between Triangle Kush and Animal Mints that produces a sweet, dougy, vanilla-like strain — and it’s absolutely swept the cannabis world by storm over the past couple of years.

                                      It’s showing the same potential as OG Kush and GSC, in terms of becoming the hybrid of its generation. Look out for it, and the many other strains that come from its genetics.


                                      We’ve all heard the whispers of the people hating on Runtz, but no matter how you feel about the strain, the hype around it will continue to surge. And from that, we’ll continue to get Runtz crosses and phenotypes while continuing to puff on this sweet, fruity, gassy plant that gets you dumb high if it’s from the right grower.

                                      Runtz is a cross of Zkittlez and Gelato. It became famous for its frosty purple flowers and pungent sweet, fruity, and gassy terpene profile. Most people feel relaxed and happy after smoking it. Strains with its genetics include: Runtz OG, White Runtz, Raspberry Runtz, Pink Runtz, and the list goes. Even Exotic Genetix has a Rainbow Chip x Runtz called Runtz Buttonz.

                                      GMO Cookies

                                      If you were tired of Garlic Cookies before now, get over it, because it’s going nowhere in 2021. GMO Cookies is excellent, and we should all be thankful for the weed it has given us.

                                      GMO Cookies is a cross between Chemdog and GSC. It’s always high in THC and will absolutely dominate you with both mental stupor and full-body relaxation. It’s named after its unique funky garlic scent and taste, and has led to many crosses, like Fatso and Donny Burger.

                                      In 2021, you might see people smoking a lot of Dirty Taxi (GMO x Chem D x I-95) and Turpee Slurpee (GMO crossed with Orange Zkittlez) too.

                                      Pink Rozay

                                      Pink Rozay is one of three strains from the Rick Ross x Cookies Collins Ave collab. It’s seeing a huge increase in search interest, which makes sense considering people want to smoke like The Boss.

                                      Pink Rozay is an indica with London Poundcake #75 and Lemonchello 10 parentage. Its THC content frequently soars past 20 percent. Pink Rozay has a distinct fruity scent and delivers strong, long-lasting effects that ultimately leave you feeling happy in the mind and relaxed in the body.

                                      Apple Fritter

                                      Apple Fritter has started to surge in search interest as growers and consumers alike become more interested in apple-flavored weed.

                                      Lumpy’s Flowers made Apple Fritter from crossing Animal Cookies and Sour Apple. It’s said to have a sweet and earthy flavor, as well as a relaxing high that puts people in a chill and happy mood.

                                      Kush Mints

                                      Kush Mints has been around for a couple of years at this point, but search interest for it continues to rise.

                                      Seed Junky Genetics, who by now you can see has blessed the game with so many legendary strains, gave us Kush Mints from a cross of Bubba Kush and Animal Mints. It has a somewhat citrus and minty flavor that gives way to a relaxing high.

                                      WiFi Cake

                                      As stated above, with Wedding Cake’s continued popularity, we’re sure to see even more hybrids with its genetics. Currently, you’re probably most familiar with Ice Cream Cake (Wedding Cake x Gelato) and Jungle Cake (White Fire #43 x Wedding Cake). In 2021, expect to see WiFi Cake push the Cake namesakes even deeper into cannabis culture.

                                      WiFi Cake is a Jungle Boys creation that crosses Wedding Cake with the legendary White Fire OG, better known as WiFi.


                                      Bonkers is absolutely fire and could definitely have a big year, and there’s a couple of versions of it out there.

                                      One of them is from Exotic Genetix, and crosses their famous Cookies and Cream with Lemon Tree. It has a citrus, creamy flavor that produces a smooth and easy high. Another Bonkers is from Canada’s Next Generation Seeds. The BC seed company crosses Grapefruit, Burmese, Purple Indica, and a ruderalis to produce their Bonkers. It tastes like berries and creates a powerful body high that can glue you to the couch.

                                      Apples and Bananas

                                      Rounding out this list, Apples and Bananas is new from the first-ever collaboration of Compound Genetics and Cookies. According to their Instagram post, A&B smells fruity and gassy, but tastes more like its namesake.

                                      To get that fruit-forward terpene profile, Compound crossed a Platinum Cookies x Granddaddy Purple plant with a Blue Power plant, and then crossed that hybrid with Gelatti to finally result in Apples and Bananas.

                                      Grab it whenever you can as it’s sure to be one of those almost-always-sold-out Cookies strains.

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