Sativa Dominant Hybrid 60% Sativa / 40% Indica

THC: 25%, CBN: 1%

Pineapple Express is a Sativa dominant strain with a 60:40 sativa/indica ratio. The strain is quite popular and has achieved recognition thanks to the stoner film of the same name. However, you have to keep in mind that the strain is not as intense as the movie has made it out to be. But Pineapple Express still manages to offer a mild and nice body-numbing buzz, which is something to look forward to. The strain is offered in the form of well-weighed nuggets that look like Styrofoam popcorn. It does not taste sweet, but it does smell funky with its citrus overtones. The taste is quite extraordinary with a hint of pineapple while you inhale. Pineapple Express is chosen to treat a lot of medical problems including anxiety and stress. However, it is even more effective at curing the symptoms of chronic depression at the same time. If you are suffering from mild pains and aches, you should look no further. After a smoke, you will realize Pineapple Express is calming and stimulating at the same time. Not only will it heighten all your senses but you will feel energized all the while observing an increase in focus, awareness and creativity.
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stressful day? smoke this bud and it will tell you not to worry anymore


This is by far the best high that I have had since Thi sticks back in the day. I have had the best in the world and this one is right up there with the best of them


Very fresh pineapple taste.. Good relaxing high


Killer strain one of the best meds for bad days.


Hands down the dopest dope I've ever smoked


Was up at 6 am, smoked at 6:45. Very uplifting!


For me this was strange. It's original onset was relaxing and mind clearing. No worries. But t made me very tired. After another hit I got clear headed. But for me, this stuff only wakes you up if you wake and bake. For me it did great as doubling for energetic in the morning and sleeping at night.


All producers are not created equally, with that said, neither is this strain, I have had hit or miss experiences with this strain. Mad Mark and Phat Panda, are a couple that got it right. So the rating is purely on the good experiences, I am not going to knock a strain because someone got it wrong. Anything with fruit in the name, generally has a fruity taste or smell and this has both. From the light citrus fruit aroma to the sweet fruity flavor, hop on board the pineapple express for a nice long ride. Typically lasting over 2hrs, this strain has legs to go the distance. The high is very energetic, this is one of my favorite wake and bake strains.


Got this at 420 Holiday in Longview, WA. See pictures and detailed reviews on my blog the Aging Ent's Tastings -- Brand: Pinnacle Northwest (PNW) Strain: Pineapple Express Sativa-dominant Hybrid -- Potency Analysis: TTL 20. 8% THC 19. 6% CBD 0. 2% THCV 0. 1% CBC: 0. 9% -- Packaging: 5. 75" x 3. 5" clear plastic, mylar-backed rip-top zip-top bag Cost: $7. 50 each ($15 for 2-pack of Pre-rolled stingers) -- Like that movie, this is just decent. --The smell on the joints is generally just a dry herbal pot smell. Nothing fancy at all. -- Overall the smoke was bland, and generally not very tasty. It was dry, and harsh. The flavors were primarily dry rough herbs and very bitter. The exhale was rough and heavily carbony. Overall, it got resiny very fast, but that just lead to even more carbon-rich, rough smoke. --The high was fast and choppy, but decently cloudy. There's no doubt I got high, and felt dopey and dumb. It was decent. I laughed at stupid things and got munchies after.


Hands down best weed ever I've had. I have tried white widow but the buss never past as long as pineapple to me it's the best weed out there. pineapple and widow should be crosses = widow express, now that's dope

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