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Pineapple Zest

Pineapple Zest

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Bred by Pruf Cultivar, Pineapple Zest is a backcross of Ed Rosenthal’s Super Bud strain. It is said to be a legacy plant that came from the breeder’s propagation manager, Mikey. The aroma of sweet, mangoes, and earth will entice your senses. Your taste buds will be filled with flavors of sweet, tropical, pineapple, and funk. Its buds are dark green covered with amber hairs and a dense layer of crystal-like trichomes.

Flavor and Effects of Pineapple Zest

Pineapple Zest is a flavorful concoction of tropical pineapple with a hint of sweet and funk.

An even hybrid, Pineapple Zest delivers a well-balanced mind and body high. It brings euphoria, happiness, mental clarity, creativeness, a feeling of hunger, and complete body relaxation. Remember to always use in moderation as too much of the strain can cause sedation and other common side effects of marijuana.

Medical Benefits of Pineapple Zest

Medically speaking, Pineapple Zest and its analgesic, anti-depressant, anti-inflammatory, stimulant, and mood-lifting therapeutic properties are beneficial to those experiencing pain, stress, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, muscle tension and spasms, fatigue, insomnia, and loss of appetite.

Negative Effects of Pineapple Zest

Dizziness is a common side effect of Pineapple Zest. Anxiety levels may rise. Don’t worry; the feeling goes away after some time of being used to it.

Along with this, dry mouth and dry, itchy eyes will become a bother. To remedy this, hydration is needed. You have to increase your water intake to lessen the negative effects.

Growing Pineapple Zest

This plant grows both indoors and outdoors. Pineapple Zest flowers after 49-70 days. Although too little information is known on its propagation, you should take care of it just like any other plant. Trim it when it grows too tall. Feed it with nutrients. Watch out for molds and parasites that could destroy the plants.