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About Predator Pink
We wouldn’t be surprised if the email inbox at Exotic Genetix was full of people sending their heartfelt thanks for that which is Predator Pink. These Washington breeders specifically crossed Plushberry with Starfighter to create a nicely balanced hybrid that often comes in some downright unusual colors. Unfortunately, this strain is incredibly rare while simultaneously being very popular.
A moderate level of 15% THC makes Predator Pink a welcome strain for newcomers and one that can bring a buildable high for more experienced players. As mentioned, nugs are often colored in shades other than green, including (you guessed it) pink. Tropical fruit with a hint of earth will tickle your tongue, waft past your nose, and make you wish you could stay in this state of bliss forever with a sour exhale that’s not as bad as it sounds. No matter the color, buds are coated in thick trichomes and are grape shaped.
As with so many indica-dominant hybrids, you’ll notice that your high begins with a shot of bliss, allowing you to feel euphoric, creative, and even focused on the tasks in front of you. Concentration becomes easier and things seem to just flow, making Predator Pink a favorite of artists. While your mental state will soon be countered by a relaxing sensation of bodily tingles, don’t worry - you’ll still remain functional and will be able to transition into your evening perfectly.
For the most part, Predator Pink was designed for recreational use, but that doesn’t mean that medical patients can’t find use for her. In most cases, individuals who deal with large amounts of stress, depression, or anxiety will find this plant to be a godsend. Those with mild pain ranging from cramps to headaches also seek out this strain for relief, and if you deal with insomnia due to not being able to turn your brain off at night, she’s a winner here too.
Now comes for the bad news, as we mentioned that this strain is incredibly rare. Exotic Genetix has discontinued breeding Predator Pink, so any chance of growing your own would have to come from clippings off of a mature plant. If you do stumble upon this incredible opportunity, you’ll have an easy time producing a nice yield after 7 to 8 weeks. This strain is robust and can endure nearly any type of growing conditions.
Predator Pink may have an unusual name, but her effects will have you feeling like the best version of yourself in no time. Between the delicious flavors and the soothing effects, there’s only one other thing that would make this strain perfect - a never ending supply that could be found at your local dispensary with ease!
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