Fruity Pebbles Strain
- 16.0% THC
- 0.01% CBD
- 0.01% CBN
The crazy smelling strain is popular among groups. Fruity Pebbles is in limited places, but the want is there. It first got its name to fame at the 2006 SoCal, and since then Fruity Pebbles aka Fruity Pebbles OG has been known for its peculiar characteristics and its wild looking flowers. Fruity Pebbles is a fantastic strain with multiple capabilities. Its indica/sativa percentage is almost split down the middle and has a more than average THC content.
We can thank the breeder: Alien genetics.
Overview of Fruity Pebbles
Fruity Pebbles has a THC content that reaches up to 21%. Slightly on the indica side with 55%, this strain is so wanted that at one point, packs of seeds sold for $1,000-$1,500 each. It has a low CBD potency, only achieving 0.2%. The strain is currently limited in availability.
Just like the name, Fruity Pebbles tastes and smells fruity. The flavor also mixes with sweet candy and the aroma will catch you with its citrus tinge. After inhaling this bud, you'll realize that this strain has more than smells and tastes.
This dank bud is medium green with spots of dark green leaves and lands on the fluffy side. Some are popcorn-shaped, some cylindrical. Covered in frosty crystals and vivid shades of orange, red, and purple, the visual appearance of Fruity Pebbles is magnificent. These vibrant colors are the result of anthocyanins, which produce colors when exposed to cold temperatures.
It's hard to break up because of all the resin. Although this is the description for the main Fruity Pebbles, different phenotypes produce different hues in its colors.
Potential Positive Effects of Fruity Pebbles
Fruity Pebbles give a smooth body effect and it comes pretty quick. The taste helps it along the way. You're not fully relaxed; instead, you're more comfortable with what you're doing now. It does have a cerebral high leaving you euphoric. As the high comes down, you'll feel more relaxed than anything. One happy ending. Because it's balanced, it's great for day and evening use.
Potential Negative Effects of Fruity Pebbles
Some adverse effects include dizziness, dry eyes and mouth, anxiousness, and paranoia. With beginners, using higher dosages may make you will feel more sedated.
The Lineage of Fruity Pebbles
A genotype of Green Crack, Green Ribbon has a THC reaching 22% and .2% CBD. Its visual impression is a mixture of medium and dark green leaves and slightly dense in the middle. It's covered in frosty crystals with purple hues and dull orange hairs. A 50/50 hybrid, this strain has a balance of energy and relaxation with energy dominating first. It has a beautiful array of health benefits including aiding to ease anxiety, fatigue, and stress.
Green Ribbon can be grown both indoors and outdoors however outside is recommended. It has unknown feminized seeds. Indoor growing takes about 56-77 days yielding 12 to 16oz per square meter. Plants grown outdoors need to be harvested by mid-September to late October producing 20oz per plant. They grow up to 6 feet and requires a moderate cultivator.
Alien Kush is a 50/50 hybrid strain great for use any time of the day. Its THC count is below normal testing at 14%. It's slightly dense with specks of dull orange hairs and covered in frosty crystals. Warm, sunny climate is needed to grow.
Alien Kush is easy to grow. Growing Alien Kush can be done both indoors and outdoors with plants growing medium height. Flowering indoors takes 8-9 weeks yielding 14oz per square meter. Plants grown outdoors need to be harvested in mid-October producing 18oz per plant. It is resistant to common molds and mildew.
Granddaddy Purple, from the creative cannabis mind of Ken Estes, is a heavy-hitting indica strain with powerful and pure California genetics. The strain is favorite among consumers for its enticing visual appeal, purple tones, dense coat of resin, and fruity scent. Due to the indica's relieving properties and large commercial yields, Grand Daddy Purple has become a fan favorite in the recreational and medical cannabis communities.
Granddaddy Purple is a favorite strain of choice among growers. The strain can produce massive yields within 10 to 12 weeks. When harvested indoors, Granddaddy Purple can flower within 60 days.
The virtually 50/50 hybrid, Tahoe OG Kush derives its potency from its OG Kush and SFV OG Kush parents. Depending on the grower, it may lean more toward either type of strain. Testing at approximately 22.5% THC, Tahoe OG Kush focuses on sedation.
Tahoe OG Kush's thick trichomes let off to red and orange hairs. The smooth inhalation brings an earthy lemon taste leading to a numbing body feeling high. Great night time strain.
Tahoe OG is a potent producer and heavy-hitting smoke. The hybrid strain is slightly indica-dominant and can pack up to 25% THC. The strain is a beloved cannabis strain along the West Coast and is used in other hybrid combinations. It's rumored that Cali Connection first fostered the OG Kush and SFV Kush that makes up Tahoe OG.
Tahoe OG can produce large yields of slender leaves and dense, round buds within 60 to 65 days. The dark green nugs should have a healthy coating of silver trichomes, as well. Tahoe OG can thrive in both indoor and outdoor environments.
Growing Fruity Pebbles
Fruity Pebbles is scarce, limited by the number of seeds in circulation. If you have the seeds, grow away! Fruity Pebbles is easy to grow in a climate of consistent dry and warm temperatures with indirect sunlight. The plants grow tall and are resistant to common diseases and mildews.
Fruity Pebbles is another pungent strain so while it can be grown both indoors and outdoors if grown outdoors, it needs to be appropriately ventilated. Indoor growing takes 8-9 weeks yielding 16oz per square meter. Plants grown outdoors need to be harvested in September to October yielding 18oz per plant.