A cross between Brazil and an unknown Skunk variety (said to be Dutch Skunk), Brazilian Pineapple is a potent strain mostly made up of sativa genes. Bred by DutchBreeds, it is a tall and powerful plant that emits a sweet and sour smell, just like how delectable a fresh pineapple can be. It can be grown either indoors, outdoors or in a greenhouse. Either of the three will produce plants with sticky buds promising THC levels and high yields.
Flavor and Effects of Brazilian Pineapple
As you can infer from the strain name itself, Brazilian Pineapple tastes like pineapple. It is a unique mix of fruity, spicy, earthy, sour, and piney aroma and flavors. This sweet taste and aroma unleash the user’s happiness. It can make one creative, productive and talkative. Once you are done for the day, it erases the stresses and tiredness you have accumulated. The cerebral high will relax you and direct you to turn off the lights for dreamland.
Medical Benefits of Brazilian Pineapple
Brazilian Pineapple is a tried and true strain by anxiety and depression patients. Insomnia patients tossing and turning under the sheets can finally get a good night’s sleep due to its couch-lock effects. It will relax you and relieve your body pain. It also relieves pain, stress, and appetite loss.
Negative Effects of Brazilian Pineapple
The top after-effects of smoking Brazilian Pineapple beyond tolerance, are having a cottonmouth with dry eyes. It can make the user feel jittery so sleep will be impossible. You may find yourself being active in the middle of the night, waking up with lethargy the morning after. It can also cause mild drowsiness and paranoia.
Growing Brazilian Pineapple Some information and Tips
Brazilian Pineapple responds well to the Screen of Green (SCROG) setup. It’s best to install anti-odor filters to cover up its smell. The plants will also tend to grow tall so topping, pruning, or trellising will help. The temperature should never exceed 85 degrees Fahrenheit.