About Pine Sol
Pine Sol is a Sativa-dominant powerhouse with an obscure origin and a host of heavy-hitting effects. It comes to us by way of an unknown breeder who combined some of the more obscure strains, PineSol Goji and Goji OG. It’s a great strain for relaxing and feeling productive without succumbing to sedation or mental cloudiness. For clarity and giddiness, Pine Sol is a high-THC rarity with a variety of useful effects. Continue reading to learn what to expect from this strain, providing you can get your hands on it.
The Pine Sol strain can be grown outdoors or indoors. From two Sativa-dominant parents, Pine Sol takes after its heritage to deliver THC levels up to 30% and Sativa-heavy genetics in an unknown percentage. Its most genetically prominent parent is another super-rare heavy hitter with an unknown origin called Nepali OG or Nepali Kush. A decade or two ago, it was a strain worth thousands of dollars for a single cut because of its THC levels, which it passed to Pine Sol.
Pine Sol provides a feeling of mental relaxation that goes well with getting chores and work done because it provides a subtle lift of focus and energy. This isn’t a strain for restless sleepers to put their brain down for the night, or for experienced users to get a classic stoner’s high and veg on the couch. Its enormous THC level instead goes straight to your brain, causing you to smile and giggle, creating an atmosphere for users of any experience level to get to work on their hobbies.
As a result, the Pine Sol strain is well-regarded for its effects on anxiety, stress, the symptoms of depression, and post-traumatic stress. Despite effects that any user can enjoy, the high THC may cause side effects like dry eyes and cottonmouth, as well as feelings of paranoia. Despite its rarity, the strain is steadily becoming more desirable as it becomes more well-known.
The strain’s taste favors the terpenes Limonene and Pinene, giving off a fruity, sweet flavor on the inhale that progresses to tones that are more earthy and piney. On the exhale, the Pine Sol strain has a pungent, sour aroma. With experience in its parents or similar cuts, Pine Sol could be an epic addition to a weekend of relaxation and to-do-list doing. Don’t confuse it with Pine Soul OG, a totally different strain, but if you’re ready for sky-high THC levels, the real Pine Sol won’t let you down.