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Pineapple Express is a Sativa dominant strain with a 60:40 sativa/indica ratio. The strain is quite popular and has achieved recognition thanks to the stoner film of the same name. However, you have to keep in mind that the strain is not as intense as the movie has made it out to be. But Pineapple Express still manages to offer a mild and nice body-numbing buzz, which is something to look forward to. The strain is offered in the form of well-weighed nuggets that look like Styrofoam popcorn. It does not taste sweet, but it does smell funky with its citrus overtones. The taste is quite extraordinary with a hint of pineapple while you inhale. Pineapple Express is chosen to treat a lot of medical problems including anxiety and stress. However, it is even more effective at curing the symptoms of chronic depression at the same time. If you are suffering from mild pains and aches, you should look no further. After a smoke, you will realize Pineapple Express is calming and stimulating at the same time. Not only will it heighten all your senses but you will feel energized all the while observing an increase in focus, awareness and creativity.
This winning pineapple variety is a cross of Pineapple Express and OG Kush, both famed and potent strains. Those genetics are clearly present in this relatively rare medical choice, which creates a mix of cerebral and physical effects. Some sources claim Pineapple OG is sativa-dominant while others say it’s indica-dominant. But it appears to have a sativa/indica ratio of 30:70. The high hits both the head and the body, producing a calming physical buzz and distinct cerebral effect that can be helpful in treating anxiety, nausea, insomnia, and everyday stress. In other words, don’t set this aside as a treatment for seizure disorders. Pineapple OG, not surprisingly, tastes like sweet pineapples and has a pungent smell of lemon, citrus, and pine. There aren’t many reports of adverse effects, but cottonmouth and dry eyes are probably quite common. Unlike other Pineapple and OG strains, Pineapple OG isn’t very common. California is a good bet, as is the rest of the West Coast, but elsewhere it’s rare.