Bred by CaliCropDoc from the United States in 2017, Pinkman Goo hails from the genes of Granddaddy Purple, Grape Ape, and Northern Lights #5. It earned its name from the syrup-like resin that seeps out from its astoundingly pink flowers during photosynthesis. It produces a scent of mostly flowers and earth with hints of the classic marijuana stink. The plant has bright pink and purple fluorescent flowers. It grows light green colas with deep purple leaves, rust-colored stigma hairs, and a hefty amount of syrupy resin throughout.
Flavor and Effects of Pinkman Goo
Pinkman Goo is a delicious mix of fruity grape and berry aroma taste. It has a rare and unique taste with some hints of coffee.
Its effects are both relaxing and uplifting. It is perfect as an afternoon or evening cannabis, leaving you in a blissful and meditative state with euphoria and happy thoughts.
Medical Benefits of Pinkman Goo
Medically speaking, Pinkman Goo is perfect for patients who suffer from chronic pain, cramps/menstrual cramps, backache, headaches, and migraines due to its superb numbing effect. It also has anti-inflammatory and relaxant properties that help with stress, restlessness, and arthritis.
It is an herbal analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-inflammatory, and relaxant.
Negative Effects of Pinkman Goo.
Two of the common cannabis-induced dehydration side effects are cottonmouth and dry, itchy eyes. To mitigate the effects, drinking lots of fluids will ease away the discomfort. The easiest preventative measure for dry eyes is to purchase an artificial tear drop to soothe them.
You may complain of headaches or dizziness, accompanied by anxiety. It rarely happens, and if it does, it goes away quickly. This is due to overconsumption, so go slow with the doses, especially if you are new to toking.
Growing Pinkman Goo
Pinkman Goo does best in an indoor environment but survives the outdoors as well. Stature-wise, it grows short, with an indoor height between 2.3 to 4 feet. It is bushy with thick foliage that needs constant pruning and trimming. This allows better light and aeration on the lower nodes of the plant.
It adapts well to Sea of Green (SOG) or Screen of Green (ScrOG) methods. You can use soil or water as a medium for planting. Soil is easier to manage and less costly. It enhances the plant’s terpene profile that makes the flavors and aroma distinct from others. Just remember to choose high-quality organic soil and check the pH regularly. Water or hydroponics is a good way of conserving water because it is soilless. You can add substrates such as coco coir or perlite for better water drainage, nutrient absorption, and aeration. Hydroponics hastens the flowering stage of the plant, improves the way nutrients are absorbed, and increases yields.