Pineapple Express became a household name in 2008 with the release of the film of Seth Rogan, a well-known pothead, titled Pineapple Express. Few people know that this sativa-dominant hybrid was already popular in the Netherlands for half a decade even before the film’s showing. The strain was developed by breeders at Barney’s Farm by crossing Trainwreck with Hawaiian. The strain has aromas likened to a fruit stand. It has overtones of freshly cut pineapple and mango with green apple and pine undertones. Its flavor is no different, having bright citrus notes infused with pineapple and earthly pine. The plant flowers into dense curly bud with dark green leaves and fiery amber hairs. With 18-24% THC, it produces long-lasting energetic effects that you can feel immediately and will have you feeling floating through the air upon taking. The mild body numb it creates is accompanied by a high that leaves you talkative and feeling creative. Your body then begins to relax, allowing you to focus and be productive. Pineapple has some medical benefits, too. With its calming, yet stimulating ability, it is perfect for people suffering from chronic stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, or restlessness. It has minor sedative properties, which makes it also ideal for mild pains, inflammation, migraines, and muscle tightness.
Parents: Hawaiian, Trainwreck
Similar to: Hawaiian Skunk
Flavors: Sweet, Citrus
Effects: Euphoric, Uplifted, Relaxed, Happy, Creative
Medical: Depression, Pain, Fatigue, Headaches, Stress
Potency: 14-22% THC Content