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About this Hybrid Strain
The dense Piñata buds are made of curled, olive-green leaves, with fuzzy threads of fiery-orange pistils. These are hard to distinguish from the amber trichome frost that fully cakes the buds.
Breaking these dense buds yields huge piles of herb, and releases the funky, gassy, and rosemary aromas. Also present are notes of sour-citrus and spices. Piñata reportedly yields a long-lasting euphoria. At nearly 23% THC, the psychoactive stimulation can be intense, so novices beware. Most users found the sedative body effects relaxing, but not immobilizing.
Piñata is a potent hybrid that brings the best of the Sativa and Indica worlds together. Reviewers say this allows consumers to give their body a soothing dose of Beta-Myrcene without putting an end to the day.
Frequently Asked Questions About Pinata
- What is Piñata?
Piñata, also known as Piñata Candy, is a balanced-hybrid known for its long-lasting effects.
- Where does Piñata come from?
Piñata was originally bred by Compound Genetics by crossing Jet Fuel Gelato with Birthday Cake.
- What does Piñata smell like?
Piñata has a funky smell, similar to rosemary and diesel, and a bit of spices.
- What Piñata taste like?
Piñata has a gassy flavor, with hints of spicy herbs and sweet citrus.
- What color does Piñata have?
The dense Piñata buds are made of curled, olive-green leaves, with fuzzy threads of fiery-orange pistils. These are hard to distinguish due to the amber trichome frost that fully cakes the buds.
- What effects does Piñata have?
Piñata reportedly yields an intense and long-lasting euphoria. Most users found the sedative body effects relaxing, but not immobilizing. Relief from chronic pain and muscular tension were also commonly described.
- Is Piñata an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Piñata is believed to be a balanced-hybrid, approximately 50% Sativa and 50% Indica.