All About Pineapple Kush Cannabis Strain
Originating from Northern California and around the Bay Area, a star in the cannabis industry was born. The Pineapple Kush weed was developed by mixing two strains – Master and Pineapple. It resulted in a well-balanced hybrid strain of pot that sometimes comes in a 50:50 ratio but in some cases, the Indica is more dominant than the Sativa.
It is one of the rarest gems in the marijuana cannabis industry because of its special characteristics that differentiate this strain. The THC content of this strain ranges around 16-19%, which brings some really good effects and also friendly to beginners.
Reported Effects Review
Since the Pineapple Kush weed strain is well-balanced, its high manifests the effects of both types of marijuana:
There are various medical effects this has on individuals with different illnesses that range from mental to physical conditions. That includes treating conditions such as:
- Bipolar disorder
- Chronic Pain
There is a downside to using this weed but it is not extraordinary because it is consistent with other side effects experienced from smoking weed. Those side effects include dry mouth and eyes, which might also lead to sleepy, heavy eyes.
Taste and Smell
It smells very beautifully with its strong citrus sour aroma with some sweetness in it. There is also an earthy aroma when exhaling this weed similar to wet mud and grass.
The flavor is predominantly citrus-like and has hints of pineapple and has some sweetness to it. The taste is quite delicious and definitely makes the users feel good with just one pull.
Pineapple Kush Growing Tips
The accessibility of the seeds of the Pineapple Kush cannabis strain makes it quite hard for the community of growers to increase in number.
It is very hard finding the original seeds from the actual strain which makes it quite rare and limits the growth potential of the market. The simplicity of growing this strain has made the strain quite popular amongst beginners that can get their hands on the seeds or perfect cuttings to clone it.
The strain is relatively simple to grow without many complications to the extent that even a total beginner can successfully cultivate it. Once you get your hands on the seeds or perfect cutting, this weed can be grown outdoors or indoors.
The latter option is preferred by the majority of growers because it has a higher success rate. It takes up to 8-9 weeks for the weed to flower and thereafter can be harvested and used for many purposes, including extracting its oil.