Pineapple flowers bear both a skunkyness and sharp scents of pineapple, as well as notes of other tropical fruits. Genetics of this amazing hybrid strain is known to come from a Pakistani Landrace. This mostly evenly balanced cannabis strain sprouts lush, bodacious buds with irregular, oblong shapes.
When smoked, the buds do taste much like pineapple, with a sweetness uncharacteristic of such a pungent funk from the smell.
Lab tests show it consistently average around 19% THC by weight. For a hybrid strain, the cerebral effects from Pineapple are surprisingly uplifting and energizing. A surge of cheerfulness follows the first few hits from these buds, followed by a nice but subtle body high. Pineapple may work well to combat mental stress and fatigue, but it also alleviates pain, cramps, and muscle spasms. It’s recommended for mostly daytime use, but it may work for nighttime use as well for some patients.
Common side effects from Pineapple include cottonmouth, dizziness, and anxiety.
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Pineapple likely originated somewhere in California, as it’s the result of inbreeding from Ed Rosenthal’s Super Bud (ERSB).