Pineapple Punch

About Pineapple Punch

To many, this Sativa-dominant hybrid tastes just like pineapple, to the rest it still registers to the tongue as tropical and citrus fruits, which tends to make the smoke of Pineapple Punch smooth.

While there are actually two strains referred to as Pineapple Punch, one is an auto-flowering hybrid by Auto Seeds that is actually named Pineapple Punch Auto. That strain is a hybrid between the Pineapple Punch created by the Flying Dutchmen and an unknown Ruderalis, it tends to be more like an Indica. The Flying Dutchmen's strain started with their Real McCoy, a cross between a landrace Hawaiian Indica and Skunk #1, and pollinated with a male Skunk #1.

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Typical Effects

Energetic
Energetic
Creative
Creative
Focused
Focused

Common Usage

Depressed
Depressed
Pain
Pain
A Loss of Appetite
A Loss of Appetite
Strong enough that inexperienced users should use this one cautiously, Pineapple Punch has been known to create paranoia in those not ready for it. This strain generates a vibrating energetic buzz that pulls users up mentally and physically. Probably not best for the early morning as the strain can cause users to space out, it may be used to treat anxiety, stress and various mood disorders later in the afternoon.

THC Content

HIGHEST TEST

15%

STRAIN AVERAGE

14%

SATIVA AVERAGE

13%

WIKILEAF AVERAGE

18%

WIKILEAF HIGHEST

35%


When pruned these plants can fit between 12 and 16 in a square meter, though if not pruned growers may still fit between six and nine in the same space. As a Sativa this strain can get tall and may need to be kept outside, where it finishes around late October. If grown indoors, Pineapple Punch needs nine to ten weeks to reach harvest. Grown properly this strain will yield fairly well with buds containing up to 15 percent THC.

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Reviews

May 5, 2020

A Lee

Great citrus taste, upbeat high.

May 5, 2020

A Lee

Great citrus taste, upbeat high.