A blend of Pineapple Fields by Dynasty Genetics and Flo by DJ Short, Pineapple Flo is a sativa dominant variety by MassMedicalStrains released in 2017. A THC dominant variety, it gives off not only a delicious sweet and sour aroma but also a promising yield and effects. Its tall height and purple hues can be nourished indoors, outdoors, and in a greenhouse. As of the moment, Pineapple Flo is in discontinued status.
Flavor and Effects of Pineapple Flo
The strain presents the sweetness of blue raspberry candies, chocolate, and pineapple with sour, earthy notes. The strain causes an uplifting high, triggering positive thinking, and a happier mood. You will be launched to a state of euphoria, which will make you giggly and chatty for a long duration. The energy is also accompanied by an insurmountable amount of inspiration, increasing your productivity. The calming indica properties will take over once the energy bar goes down.
Medical Benefits of Pineapple Flo
The strain is great in aiding patients who struggle from chronic stress. The relaxing properties of the strain help in putting them at ease. It is also famous for treating different physical pains. It soothes inflammation, chronic pain, muscle tremors, and seizures. Its invigorating and uplifting effect is perfect for patients struggling with anxiety, stress, lethargy, and fatigue. It can also treat headaches and nausea and a go-to strain for insomnia and appetite loss.
Negative Effects of Pineapple Flo
Excessive dosages of Pineapple Flo will induce the medical conditions it is being used for. It can lead to an increase in anxiety and paranoia. It can also trigger a throbbing headache, nausea, lack of sleep, and even lack of appetite. The strain has a delicious flavor, so it is not surprising that some users overindulge. However, as a responsible smoker, controlling yourself is really crucial. If you are successful in taking control, the least you’ll encounter is dryness in the mouth, eyes, and throat.
Growing Pineapple Flo
The strain’s sativa dominance is best nourished through the Screen of Green (SCROG) method. This method is best performed with Low Stress Training (LST). It responds well to light feeding, low humidity, and abundant exposure to sunshine.