In need of a tasty and soothing social strain? The Pineapple strain, complete with a tropical taste, boasts of a relaxing body high, underlying sense of happiness, and ultimately sedative conclusion. The strain is an offshoot of the famous tribute strain, Ed Rosenthal Super Bud. Pineapple comes from an indica-dominant phenotype, chosen for its potency and punch of flavor. The Pineapple strain has been reworked over the years to balance a buzzing and comforting indica stone.
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Overview of Pineapple
It took Pineapple breeder's a prolonged experimental phase to stabilize the strain's structure and flavor. Pineapple is a strain that was engineered to adopt qualities fitting to its name. Some cannabis connoisseurs have stretched to remark that the strain's buds can take after the shape of the fruit, too. Pineapple's tropical traits are noticeable in its smell. Well-cured buds can emit citrus and sweet notes with an underlying earthiness.
Those that smoke the strain say this diesel-like flavor carries through inhalation and exhalation. Fans of the Pineapple strain maintain that its fresh fruity notes persist throughout the smoke. Pineapple is an easygoing and sociable strain and pairs well with a movie or mellow activity.
Positive Effects of Pineapple
Pineapple strain is considered a dominant hybrid strain that may exhaust new smokers. Pineapple can ease the body and mind into a super relaxed state. These traits soothe stress and can effectively uplift your mood. Smokers can get swept up in the sense of happiness and induce a fit of the giggles.
Negative Effects of Pineapple
Users report dry mouth as the most common adverse side effect. Cases of dry eyes, dizziness, headaches, and paranoia are less frequently noted.
Lineage of Pineapple
Bred for its smoke, flavor, and a twist on a tribute to the "guru of ganja," Pineapple strain is known for its superb breeding and effects. The strain is a select phenotype of the famous tribute strain, Ed Rosenthal Super Bud. Ed Rosenthal Super Bud strain came onto the cannabis scene in 2006 from the hands of Sensi Seeds.
The Dutch seed bank bred this strain in honor of Rosenthal, one of the founders of High Times Magazine and pen behind the magazine's "Ask Ed" column. Sensi Seeds spent years perfecting the strain's genetics and growing process of an indica-leaning Ed Rosenthal Super Bud variety.
Generally, it takes Pineapple seeds seven to eight weeks to flower. When grown indoors, plants can yield 80 grams in approximately 35 to 45 days of growth. Pineapple plants, when grown outdoors, can, on average, produce more than 300 grams and up to 450 grams.
Where to Find Pineapple
Check with your local dispensary to see if they have any Pineapple on their shelves, here!