Pineapple Skunk is produced in a three-way cross of Pineapple, Skunk #1, and notoriously stinky Cheese strains. Each of them possesses exceptional characteristics that have turned them classics and standouts in the marijuana world. Humboldt Seeds develop this marijuana in Northern California. It is one of the strange hybrids that are suited for commercial purposes. The reason for that is not only because of its bizarre flower production but further for its Sativa properties.
The characteristics of its nuggets include bumpy, has a shaped-like spade, along with dark furry hairs and thick white trichomes, which is an indica-structure. The aroma is very much identical, with a sweet fruity bouquet when the nugs are broken apart. This strain is ideal in evening usage.
Flavor and Effects of Pineapple Skunk
This strain has a flawless fusion of robust pungent and sugary fruity flavors along with a cheesy sour skunky taste that also has a light and airy, sweet fruity aftertaste. Its high will light the users up with spacey introspection, and their body will have sedation and succumb to couch-look; however, continue fully at ease. The weed offers exquisite and gradually high that may only touch the user when they try to perform a task involving simple motor skills. When Pineapple Skunk may distort your sensory perception, users tend to slip toward a fast-paced mindset.
Medical Benefits of Pineapple Skunk
Due to the potent mixture of effects, this is said to be excellent for treating chronic stress, insomnia, nightmares, chronic pains, hypertension, arthritis, muscle spasms, and anorexia. In terms of psychological aspects, it can help people who suffer PTSD, ADD/ADHD, and depression. Pineapple Skunk is a great pain reliever. Much of it is because of the sedating body high it gives. In treating muscle problems, it does alleviate not only tensions but also lessen inflammations.
Negative Effects of Pineapple Skunk
It can give smokers dry mouth and dry eyes, cottonmouth, and they might feel dizzy, a bit anxious, and even paranoid. The extent to which these adverse effects manifest is thoroughly dependent on the amount of weed smoked. Individual tolerance also is a factor.
Growing Pineapple Skunk Some information and tips
This strain is prominent for its performance outdoors. It thrives best in a humid climate or temperatures 21 degrees Celsius to 26 degrees Celsius. This plant can blossom its flower as early as the last week of September when with the right amount of sunlight. If grown indoors, it is
A little bit tricky to handle. Pineapple skunk is easy to cultivate so that beginner growers can handle this. It can withstand extreme cold and heavy rain, and most changes in climate. It grows fast, and it also provides a bountiful yield.