Skunk Brothers, a cannabis company in California, developed Peach Cobbler, a well-balanced hybrid. In the early days of the company, the founders were friends who worked in the cannabis industry and then decided to start their own business. The goal was to produce the best cannabis possible for their customers at the best prices. They crossed a variety of strains to yield Peach Cobbler. Their first cross was Peach Kush, Sour Diesel, and Romulan. This cross was then introduced to Monster Sauce, creating the plant they called Peach Cobbler. It is important to note that Skunk Brothers specializes in developing high-THC cannabis varieties. Peach Cobbler can have a THC content of up to 25%- 28%. Users with any level of experience might want to proceed with caution. Due to its high THC content, this weed can cause dizziness and drowsiness if you smoke too much.
Peach Cobbler buds have an elongated, pepper-shaped look, which is the hallmark of a Sativa. Colored neon green, they have orange pistils that wind themselves throughout the buds. The Peach Cobbler buds have an oversized layer of amber-colored trichomes covering its surface, providing a nice contrast to the bud’s bright green hue.
This strain’s aroma blends citrus scents with fresh fruit, skunk, and a bit of nuttiness.
The Peach Cobbler strain is very similar to the peach cobbler you would typically find as part of a Thanksgiving feast. When smoking a bit of this Runtz strain, you can expect to taste sweet citrus, fruits, and herbs. A thick layer of syrupy resin surrounds these buds as well, making sure that your fingers will get really sticky. Peach Cobbler’s smooth smoke has a slightly fruity and citrus flavor, along with mouth-watering peaches and herbs.
The high from Peach Cobbler strain can be described as uplifting and tingling. Your mood will be improved to a whole new level. This tingling sensation spreads throughout your entire body, allowing your muscles to gradually relax as the high progresses. It won’t be long before you’re kicking off your shoes and staring at the TV for hours. Eventually, it might be hard to resist falling asleep or raiding the refrigerator for snacks. Fortunately, your mind stays alert and active during this high, making it an enjoyable and lucid experience. With its ability to relieve chronic pain, chronic nausea, chronic fatigue, depression, and loss of appetite, Peach Cobbler is a perfect and relaxing strain. It also leaves you feeling happy and relaxed. The natural tranquility also soothes your body without taking away your energy.
Even novice growers can cultivate the Peach Cobbler strain. It is slightly larger than a standard, short-growing indica crop and has dense buds, which means it will take a little more room to grow and branch out. You can expect indoor yields of 9 ounces/square meter and outdoor yields of 9 ounces or more per plant. Peach Cobbler’s flowering period indoors is 8 to 9 weeks. If grown indoors, this plant prefers a cool climate and can get very tall, so make sure to make room for it.