Fruity Pebbles


Fruity Pebbles is a slightly Indica-leaning hybrid strain (55% Indica and 45% Sativa) resulting from crossing Granddaddy Purple, Tahoe Alien, and Green Ribbon. It is named after its sweet aroma, which is just like cereal. Different phenotypes of Fruity Pebbles have varying THC content, with some recording as high as 28%.

Fruity Pebbles is characterized by long and dense conical buds and compact nuggets. Its leaves are typically green, but some phenotypes display shades of purple and orange with distinctive orange pistils. These bright and distinct colors of the strain are caused by anthocyanin that accumulates when the plant is exposed to cold temperatures.

You can buy Fruity Pebbles seeds to cultivate on your own. It performs remarkably well both outdoor and indoors, but it requires steady temperature and direct sunlight. When all conditions are maintained, the plant grows tall and yields heavy flowers after 8-9 weeks. Fruity Pebbles emits a pungent and fruity aroma, which requires many growers to use carbon filters or exhaust fans when it begins to flower.

Fruity Pebbles has a sweet tropical scent that is citrusy. A hidden spicy and hash-like scent spreads when the buds are broken open. The smoke is smooth and leaves a fruity taste on the palate, which can persist for many hours. The strain has mixed effects of Indica and Sativa that strike almost immediately. It begins with a soft but strong enough full-body buzz that will leave you relaxed and sedated. Fruity Pebbles gives physical strength and sharpens ones’ brain to be more focused and creative. However, more Indica-leaning phenotypes can produce heavy body highs that will leave you couch-locked.

In general, this is a perfect strain for relieving pain, mood disorders, anxiety, and pain. Indica-heavy phenotypes are an ideal remedy for insomnia and mental tension relief.

Positive effects

  • Sedating
  • Euphoric
  • Uplifting
  • Relaxing
  • Giggly

Adverse effects

  • Dry mouth
  • Dry eyes
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