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About Pine Cone
As the name would have you guess, Pine Cone is a strain that allows you to get in touch with nature through both delicious flavors and enjoyable effects. Bred by Glen’s Plant Farm in Washington, this sativa-dominant bud is the offspring of a Cinex and Blue Tahoe cross. Approach this bud carefully, as there’s a whole lot more than what meets the eye.
Pine Cone’s 18% THC average might seem like a walk in the park, but your brain should beware of these dense nugs. Their shape resembles a pine cone that’s drenched in sticky resin with a ton of chunky trichomes. Flavors and aromas are, as you guessed, reminiscent of taking a walk in the woods with notes of pine and earth hitting your senses. A bit of a diesel and hash blend will make its way to you during the exhale, so be ready for a pungent smoke session.
Like any good hybrid strain should, Pine Cone takes you on a journey through a variety of effects. Users will begin with a typical sativa experience that boosts creativity, brings about euphoria, and in some cases allows you to be more fully focused on your tasks at hand. This cerebral bliss eventually melts into a set of body tingles that impart relaxing tendencies, without making you overly lethargic. It’s during this time that the munchies will kick into high gear, so make sure to hit the grocery store before toking.
Although she may not be bursting with THC, this strain is an ideal choice for individuals who need a bit of help in treating medical ailments. Depression and stress top the list, as these concerns are washed away with a huge mood boost, but that doesn’t mean this bud won’t be helpful for bodily pain or inflammation either. Despite her soothing comedown, Pine Cone will help to fight daytime fatigue, assuming you time your dose just right.
The team at Glen’s Plant Farm takes their craft seriously and unfortunately doesn’t seem to want others to share in their cultivation experiences. Trying to find Pine Cone seeds or clones proves to be impossible, so the best you can hope for is finding a stray seed within your latest dispensary purchase.
Depending on your tolerance, you may find that a little bit of Pine Cone goes a long way and can help you to handle your tasks like a champ. Others could end up overly mentally stimulated by this sativa-dominant blend, so take it slow the first time you try her out. Ideal for a day at work or even on the weekend when you’re headed out for adventure, Pine Cone is a strain you have to try at least a few times.