Developed by Top Shelf Seeds, Pineapple Crack came into existence by crossing Pineapple Express to Green Crack x Chunky Cherry Malawi and Glass Slipper. It has a wonderful level of terpenes which gives off a fruity aroma. A sativa and THC dominant variety, it can be grown indoors, outdoors, and in a greenhouse.
Flavor and Effects of Pineapple Crack
The strain has an incredible flavor profile. Though overpowered by the freshness of pineapple, you will also taste hints of mango and papaya. Its sativa effect is as powerful as of its parents. It will feel like being launched into a different plane of existence, where you are more talkative and productive. You will forget the worries of the real world as you take in the tranquillity underwater. The euphoria will aid you in undertaking a number of tasks. Creativity and amiability are enhanced.
Medical Benefits of Pineapple Crack
The strain triggers an increase in creative juices, so it is good for those who are struggling with attention deficit disorders. It also helps the patient endure stress and fatigue. It is effective in boosting the mood, hence, it is prescribed for anxiety, depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Bipolar Disorder. The strain is also good in treating any physical pains; be it mild or chronic. It is also recommended for nausea, insomnia and anorexia.
Negative Effects of Pineapple Crack
With its potent impacts, you can expect dehydration from Pineapple Crack. It can cause cottonmouth, irritation in the eyes, and dryness in the throat, even with moderate use. If moderate usage can cause discomfort, the more excessive dosages can. Once tolerance is exceeded, the strain can leave the user helpless with paranoia and anxiety. It may also cause a headache or migraine which almost feels like your skull is cracking.
Growing Pineapple Crack
The can be grown through the Screen of Green (SCROG) setup. You may do Low Stress Training (LST) for a better outcome. Exposing it to an intense amount of sunlight helps it to produce healthier buds. Light feeding should be sufficient.