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If you’ve been looking for a sweet, tropical 50/50 dessert strain, then you need look no further with Pineapple cannabis seeds.
All too often lost in the shadows of celebrity-strain Pineapple Express, Pineapple is actually an older, more powerful, and–many would say–a superior strain. Pineapple came about from an F2 phenotype of Ed Rosenthal Super Bud (ERSB).
What are the effects of Pineapple cannabis?
With Pineapple cannabis seeds you’ll be able to grow plants that contain equal parts sativa and indica with a THC content of 20%.
Pineapple cannabis is an evenly-balanced hybrid that leans indica in its effects without the couch lock, which is why many like to use it at the end of the day to unwind or on a day when just chilling out with others or alone is the main event.
It usually only takes a few puffs before you’ll begin to experience some immense cerebral euphoria that can set you on the path to happiness. This uplifting hybrid is also known for providing mental stimulation and inspiration, and though Pineapple does have its lazy side to it, most find that they are still able to act on these creative ideas as this 50/50 strain doesn’t have a reputation for leaving users immobilized.
As mentioned, Pineapple is a very soothing and relaxing strain that tends to leave users feeling at ease and in a state of chilled-out bliss. It’s likely that as its high wears on you’ll find yourself feeling nice and mellow, but at the same time social and effervescent without the hyper-energetic vibe.
All of this is why users also like to share Pineapple when hanging out with friends, as it induces a sense of social ease, chattiness, and the giggles while also imparting a general sense of both mental and physical calm.
What are the therapeutic benefits of Pineapple cannabis?
Despite not containing any significant amounts of CBD, Pineapple has much to offer medical users for both mental and physical health ailments and issues.
This evenly-balanced strain is known to provide patients with some incredible mood-lifting effects, which can be a great chemical-free alternative for those suffering from chronic stress, anxiety and negative thinking. However, it is important to note here that in no way do we advocate for self-prescribing or self-medicating for any serious mental or physical health issues in lieu of first seeking the help of a trained, professional medical provider or counselor.
Pineapple is also reputed to provide effective temporary relief to those dealing with chronic pain, muscle spasms, inflammation in both muscles and joints, migraines, back pains, nausea, and loss of appetite.
What does Pineapple taste like?
Unlike its parent strain ERSB, whose name does not begin to hint at its fragrance or flavor, Pineapple smells and tastes pretty much like its name indicates–sweet, juicy, tropical pineapple.
Many say that its flavor is akin to a creamy pina colada with a mango twist and a slight hint of skunk. This mouthwatering dessert strain is sure to have you salivating for more. Once you try it, you will understand why so many like to use Pineapple for edibles as well.
How do I grow Pineapple cannabis seeds?
As a strain that is highly resistant to common molds, mildews, and diseases, aromatic Pineapple is considered to be a very easy strain to grow–making it a fabulous option for first-time and novice growers to begin to green their thumbs with as well. Plus, since all Growers Choice cannabis seeds are feminized, the chances of ending up with male plants is generally in the 10% range.
Thriving both indoors and out, Pineapple prefers a warm and tropical-like outdoor climate in which to grow.
What do Pineapple cannabis plants look like?
Pineapple plants are medium in height when fully mature and tend to produce highly-resinous nuggets that are so sticky you’re likely to be cleaning their potent residue from your fingers for a long time.
Pineapple buds are rich dark greens with curly copper and orange furry pistils. Their thick covering of crystal trichomes cause them to shimmer and glisten in the light.
When to harvest your Pineapple cannabis plant
Pineapple produces pretty average-sized yields with above-average effects.
When grown inside, this evenly-balanced hybrid tends to take about 8-9 weeks to flower before providing an approximate harvest of about 300 grams per square meter.
When cultivated outside in the right setting, Pineapple generally produces around 450 grams per plant sometime between late September and early October.
Similar cannabis strains to Pineapple
- Pineapple Express the well-balanced, sativa-leaning hybrid that Pineapple is oft overlooked or mistaken for
- Pineapple Chunk a potent indica for those who also love strains with juicy tropical flavors
- Gelato another incredible 50/50 dessert strain
- Plushberry one more easy-to-grow 50/50 hybrid with intense effects
- Skunk No. 1 a popular 50/50 hybrid that’s been around since the 1970s