Pineapple Express is a cross between Trainwreck and Hawaiian. The weed rose to fame after the James Franco and Seth Rogen thriller movie titled Pineapple Express. But even before then, the bud had become popular in the Netherlands.
Pineapple is a Sativa-leaning hybrid strain (60% Sativa and 40% Indica) with an average THC value of 25%. The breed is not easy to grow and is cultivated by experienced growers. What makes its cultivation difficult is that it requires stable tropical conditions. Fortunately, it can resist the most common diseases such as mold, bugs, powdery mildew, and other pests. Pineapple Express flowers in about 7-8 weeks, yielding about 18 ounces per square meter.
This hybrid strain has very thick, long, and tapered buds. Its long and deep green leaves are a distinguishing feature. Its water leaves may have patches of burnt orange and burgundy orange if exposed to cold conditions. As you would expect, Pineapple Express has a sweet and delectable aroma that can entice every stoner to take a puff. The first hot will refresh your memories about apples and tangerines. The flavor is also associated with fruity, citrusy, and floral notes.
The strain has no close relation to the movie but produces a strong body-numbing buzz to make you relaxed and pain-free. It is also one of the that will energize you and make you feel like getting up. If looking for an ideal strain for social gatherings, Pineapple Express will put you in the mood.
Pineapples Express has both recreational and medicinal benefits. Clinical depression, anxiety, chronic pain, PTSD, and many other conditions are best relieved by this strain.
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