Pineapple Strain Review – Bonza Blog
While having a delicious aroma can make an appealing selling point, what makes Pineapple standout in the cannabis market is its balanced blend of relaxing and energizing qualities, making this 420 community’s piña colada a top-notch tropical escape after a stressful day at work.
Nothing tastes better than an idea coming to life, and it’s evident in the impactful cerebral and physical fusion by the groundbreaking Sensi Seeds lab. Bred as a twist from the famous tribute strain, Ed Rosenthal Super Bud, Pineapple is backed by strong genetics and an elegant layering of flavors and indica-sativa balance.
Having big shoes to fill, this old sleeper packs a weighty name on its own for its staggering THC volume. Users should take caution to fully unlock the pleasure this strain can bring.
|Pineapple Strain Quick Facts|
|Genetic Lineage||Ed Rosenthal Super Bud (ERSB)|
|Sativa / Indica Ratio||70/30|
|THC %||16% to 26%|
|Flowering Period||8 to 9 weeks / Late September to early October|
|Average Yield||300 g/m2 / 500 to g/plant|
Odor and Flavors
Like taking an iced drink and staring off the sunset at a Hawaiian beach, this strain smells and tastes just as how it sounds. Fresh and invigorating, this bud can pack quite a fruity punch in the nose. Hints of ripe mango follow up the mouthwatering appeal, adding depth to this tantalizing aroma.
The flavors are unsurprisingly tropical, but that doesn’t make it any less enjoyable. In fact, the strain’s delicious tang makes this an excellent strain for edibles or tinctures. Indeed, this is sweet snack to chill out to.
Powerful but not overwhelming, Pineapple is a delightful ganja that can provide a manageably commanding high. On the first hit, the mind is elevated and feelings of motivation flow in. After a while, a classic indica quality manifests in a soothing full-body buzz.
This combination makes this a perfect after-work treat as it keeps users from crashing and burning from the stress. Instead, the mood is uplifted and users are given a one-way ticket high that guarantees a joyously happy ride.
As it brings an energizing mental clarity, its THC of 26% can truly
calm the body. While users float in this strangely pleasant balance, the risk of crashing to the couch is miles away from happening.
Additionally, cannabis chefs will enjoy the strain’s sweet and refreshing taste as it will make an excellent choice for edibles. Got any extras? Pineapple is made for sharing over a mellow midnight session with friends as it also inspires the need for chatter.
As Pineapple packs an unbelievably high THC level, expect to crash with negative effects if taken without caution. Cottonmouth and dry eyes may not be such an alarming adversity, but can still be an annoyance that is worsened by a mild headache. This bump in the road can easily be avoided with a simple preparation of refreshments.
On rarer occasions, it can also spike up users’ paranoia and deliver a bundle of nerves. Having said that, moderate consumption is all it takes to keep this strain’s potential from switching tracks.
Medical Use and Benefits
For those who are yearning for a much-needed vacation, Pineapple can bring users to a brief moment of unwinding. It’s talent to juggle healing abilities for the body and mind already guarantees positive vibrations to users, but its sweet tropical blend is what completes this package as a medical cannabis.
Courtesy of its sativa influence, the strain uplifts the spirit and prepares users to go about the evening with much gusto. The refreshing smoke allows for users to reel in happy thoughts and calm a racing mind. As such, this makes it an ideal alternative to prescription medication for long-sufferers of depression and anxiety.
On the indica’s side of the spectrum, Pineapple brings a natural analgesic property in the mix which is used to ease chronic pains, migraines, muscle spasms and inflamed joints.
Pineapple permeates the air with a sweet aroma. Add that up with its low-maintenance needs and it results in an easy time for novice and inexperienced growers. Resistant to molds and other diseases, one of the few things this plant needs are a warm and temperate outdoor climate.
Indoor cultivation can take an average of 8 to 9 weeks before it’s ready for harvest. Once it does, growers can expect a moderately high yield of 300 grams per square meter planted. Outdoor growing should be ready by late September to early October and when kept happy, it can produce a bountiful yield of 500 grams per plant.
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