Pink Pez is a crossing between Pez and Sour Pink Grapefruit. It’s an original from Canada and hard to find outside British Columbia. Its smell is similar to a bag of sweet fruity treats and floral pine. Notes of citrus, pine, flowers, and cherry candy were notable, and it became pungent once grounded. Indica leaning, its pale sea-green leaves spiral inward toward the stem. The buds grow fat, dense, and covered with light brown pistils and long trichomes with medium heads.
Flavor and Effects of Pink Pez
Citrus, lemon, and earth dominate the flavors of Pink Pez. It delivers a mental and body high that makes you euphoric, creative, uplifted, tingly, and stimulates the appetite. Great for first-time consumers, it is best enjoyed in the daytime and afternoon. Pink Pez is paired with activities such as social gatherings or hangouts. In higher doses, this strain can induce sleep.
Medical Benefits of Pink Pez
Pink Pez gives mental clarity and a sharpened focus good for reducing pain, stress, and depression. Its relaxing properties are perfect for patients who experience muscle spasms and tension, anxiety, nausea, and insomnia.
Negative Effects of Pink Pez
Like any other marijuana strain, Pink Pez present with negative effects such as the dry mouth and dry, itchy eyes. To remedy this, hydration is needed. An increase in water intake will lessen the reactions.
Dizziness that could lead to anxiety can occur. This is quite normal, especially for inexperienced smokers. It is advised to use the strain in moderation and according to one’s tolerance.
Growing Pink Pez
Pink Pez is a short and bushy plant. It has strong branches and has shorter than the average flowering period. The plant thrives both indoors and outdoors. It loves a semi-humid climate with daytime temperatures between 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Harvest comes after 58-65 days with a yield of 1 ½ to 2 pounds.