Pink Lemonade is a three-way crossing between Purple Kush, Lemon Skunk, and an unknown strain. It smells of fruits and mentholated tea as you inhale. It screams of tart lemons and grapefruit as you exhale.
Its buds are coated in an abundant layer of trichomes atop jade leaves and bronze pistils. The leaves grow tight to the stem and do not spread out too far. Pink Lemonade’s leaves stand out, thanks to their famous royal purple and olive green streaks.
Flavor and Effects of Pink Lemonade
Pink Lemonade has a sweet and sour flavor of fruits, lemon, and hints of earth.
It is an all-day strain ideal for smokers who loves to function yet still be relaxed. It produces a cerebral high that brings euphoria, happiness, and uplifted mood to its users. Mental clarity and enhanced creativeness will follow. You will feel a heavy sensation empower you, leaving you relaxed but not couch-locked. Be careful though, too much of this can cause sedation that will surely slumber you away to dreamland.
Medical Benefits of Pink Lemonade
Pink Lemonade has medicinal properties such as analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-depressant, mood-lifting, stimulating, and relaxing effects that reduce stress, anxiety, pain, depression, inflammation, muscle tension, fatigue, and insomnia.
Negative Effects of Pink Lemonade.
Dry mouth and dry itchy eyes are side effects manifested from Pink Lemonade.
To remedy this, you need to hydrate. Downing on a few glasses of water than the usual will reduce the effects. Keep an eye moisturizer drop in handy. Dizzy spells, anxiety, and worse, paranoia may also occur. This can happen to first-time smokers, so it is advised to use the strain moderately and according to one’s tolerance. Do not worry, though it is just temporary and goes away the soonest.
Growing Pink Lemonade
The plant can be grown either indoors or outdoors. Indica dominating, it is a short and bushy plant that needs trimming and pruning once in a while. Remove away dead parts. It is not grown in a pot, enough space gap for each plant is also needed as your plants will grow wider. Choose high-quality organic soil for planting. Feed it with proper nutrients. Watch out for mold and mildew, as well as parasites that can do damage to it. Do not expose it to extreme temperatures as it may die.
It is recommended that you buy clippings from a mature, healthy Pink Lemonade plant rather than using its seeds. An uncertainty surrounding its parentage and an unclear history is just two of the problems in using seeds. Starting out with clippings means you are actually growing the same strain and are certain of it.