Pineapple

Hybrid 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 16% - 26%, CBD: 1%

Though less famous than the Hollywood-inspired Pineapple Express, Pineapple is older, more influential, and, arguably, a better strain. It's definitely more potent: THC levels exceed 19% in some tests, while Pineapple Express tops out at roughly 16-26%. Pineapple's CBD levels, however, are nothing to write home about: substantially less than 1%. In other words, this strain shouldn't be used as the only means of treating seizures or other problems that respond to CBD. Not to be confused with its offspring Pineapple Kush, Pineapple is an inbred descendant of Ed Rosenthal's Super Bud, a sativa-dominant hybrid with an unknown sativa/indica ratio. This strain gets its name from its distinct flavor and aroma, which includes sweet pineapple and tropical notes plus hints of Skunk. The bud is dark green with amber hairs and a dense layer of crystals. Pineapple's effects lean toward the cerebral, with a spacey sensation and a strong boost of happiness. It's a great way to relieve the symptoms of anxiety, nausea, and chronic pain. It also produces a powerful case of the munchies that could help patients with wasting or eating disorders. Cottonmouth and watery eyes are the most common negatives of using this strain, while dizziness, headaches, and paranoia are also possible.

Hybrid 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 16% - 26%, CBD: 1%

Though less famous than the Hollywood-inspired Pineapple Express, Pineapple is older, more influential, and, arguably, a better strain. It's definitely more potent: THC levels exceed 19% in some tests, while Pineapple Express tops out at roughly 16-26%. Pineapple's CBD levels, however, are nothing to write home about: substantially less than 1%. In other words, this strain shouldn't be used as the only means of treating seizures or other problems that respond to CBD. Not to be confused with its offspring Pineapple Kush, Pineapple is an inbred descendant of Ed Rosenthal's Super Bud, a sativa-dominant hybrid with an unknown sativa/indica ratio. This strain gets its name from its distinct flavor and aroma, which includes sweet pineapple and tropical notes plus hints of Skunk. The bud is dark green with amber hairs and a dense layer of crystals. Pineapple's effects lean toward the cerebral, with a spacey sensation and a strong boost of happiness. It's a great way to relieve the symptoms of anxiety, nausea, and chronic pain. It also produces a powerful case of the munchies that could help patients with wasting or eating disorders. Cottonmouth and watery eyes are the most common negatives of using this strain, while dizziness, headaches, and paranoia are also possible.
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i love this strain for energy without the edginess. i used it sublingually as distillate. the terpenes taste very strong so i suggest a cookie afterwards. this strain increased my libido which is normally zero, calmed my anxiety, squashed my pain and gave me a euphoric energy. it just made me feel good


Smells exactly like Pineapple with a smooth but Strong euphoria. Really good for anxiety and stress.


one hit and I was GONE


Awesome as am extract


I don't know about the taste and all that... all I know is a few hits of that will fuck u uppppp, we had a fucking laugh what a strain!!


Really good Weed, very dense buds , with a good taste of tropical PINEAPPLE, smell skunky to , 4.5* good Funky buzzzz.


did the job, buzzed but I can still function alert /not tired,yeahhhh...


I liked it. It was very uplifting.


One trait I noticed about this bud is the sweet pineapple smell. The smoke had a slight fruit taste. I also experienced being more energetic and happy.!!!

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