Strain Review: Pineapple Express


Pineapple Express Nug

This strain review will be done on the strain called Pineapple Express. Have you ever tried some of this strain? If so, drop a comment down below about your experience with it!

Description

Pineapple Express derives from its two parent strains, Trainwreck and Hawaiian. Each parent strain is very potent, which is why this strain is very popular. It is very popular in the west coast of the United States, but can be found all over the U.S. Pineapple Express is a hybrid strain, but also is sativa-dominant.

Effects

When smoking Pineapple Express nugs, taking dabs of this strain, eating marijuana edibles made with this strain, or however you are consuming this strain, the effects from this strain are more sativa-like. It is known to get users energized, and also with a creative mindset. Other effects include feeling happy, uplifted, relaxed, and euphoric. In addition, since this strain is very potent, expect to feel these effects hit hard if you consume this strain.

Flavors and Scents

Want to know how Pineapple Express got its name? Well, it got it from its flavor! That’s right, it has a flavor of pineapple to it when it is smoked. It’s also known to have some other flavors, ranging from sweet and citrus to pine and cedar flavors. As for the scents, for some reason, this strain is known to smell like fresh apples or mangos.

Medical Properties

Pineapple Express, like many other cannabis strains, does indeed have some medical values. If you are a medical marijuana patient, then you may be able to use this strain’s properties for your medical needs. Treatments from this strain include relief from stress, depression, pain, fatigue, and even loss of appetite (meaning this strain can also give you the munchies!).

Now that you have some information about Pineapple Express, why not go out and smoke some? If you live in the west coast of the U.S., then you are in luck, since most local dispensaries carry this strain. If not, no need to worry, east coast U.S. and Canada can still ask at local dispensaries if they carry this strain. That’s all for this post, check out more below. Happy smoking!

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