About In The Pines
Although it’s been bred in California and seems to have a rather wide availability, details about In The Pines are sketchy at best. Cultivators at Aficionado Seeds crossed Master Kush, Pineapple, and Pineapple Thai to create a sativa-dominant strain that’s energetic and healing. In The Pines focuses on flavor above all else, yet it also carries some significant medicinal properties.
What In The Pines lacks in THC, it certainly makes up for in CBD. Testing shows that THC reaches about 7% at best, yet CBD can often reach as high as 12% in this strain. Nugs are small yet have brownish pistils and a thick coating of trichomes. Due to its exotic parentage, In The Pines offers users a fruity and tropical flavor and scent with hints of juniper and earth on the tail end.
Depending on your experience level, In The Pines may be a medicinal strain only or it could be the perfect way to start your recreational relationship with marijuana. As it’s strongly sativa in nature, this strain will kickstart your day with a rush of energy and a happy-go-lucky attitude. Creativity will be enhanced for most users, and as this bud encourages hyper-sensitivity, you’ll be primed to get to work on an art project or listen to music for hours on end. If you want to be a bit more productive, that’s ok too.
It goes without saying, but we’ll say it anyway - this strain is fantastic for dealing with a wide range of medical issues. From your average headache to inflammation or muscle concerns, In The Pines works quickly. Given that it’s such a strong mood booster, it’s an ideal choice for those who find themselves overly stressed out or depressed while allowing for full functionality during the day. Nearly any type of pain can be managed easily and when your treatment can be this delicious, why not?
Breeders probably want to keep this stellar strain a bit of a secret, and we can see why. Although seeds are sometimes available from one of several California locations, growing information is harder to find. We’re told that In The Pines has a relatively short flowering time of 7 to 10 weeks but beyond that information like climate preferences and regular care is anyone’s guess.
So I have had this strain befor and it was 24%thc 1.2% cbd and my buddies and I got so blasted. Man this was a great strain for brunch.hell anytime of day great high for little more then average time length 1-2hrs but we use our vaporizor The Volcano gets us ripped every time for the past 5years I used it every single day since. And the pot taste so much better.