$25.00 – $160.00
Pineapple was developed by selecting a phenotype of Ed Rosenthal’s Super Bud (ERSB) that expressed predominantly indica traits and had intense tropical flavors. After generations of inbreeding, the strain developed a sturdy structure and more pronounced flavors of pineapple and diesel. The buds take on a bulbous shape that, in a way, resemble the fruit. A perfect strain for stress relief, Pineapple will transport you to your happy place, leaving you uplifted and relaxed.
While its exact hybrid nature and genetic makeup remain an online mystery, the strain’s overall cannabinoid and terpene content are slightly more revealing. According to a January 2016 batch of lab tested Pineapple, which can vary between cultivators, its terpene profile was highest in Caryophyllene oxide (1.24%), Caryophyllene (.60%) and Humulene (.58%). Testing at a relatively high THC potency profile (25%), the scientifically scrutinized Pineapple came back at .22% in CBD and .59% CBG. Predominantly considered a recreational strain by virtue of its elevated THC percentage, the CBD and CBG cannabinoids are beneficial for reducing inflammation, slowing bacterial growth, inhibiting cancer cells, and stimulating bone growth.
Classically shaped, like an out of season Christmas tree trimmed in THC, Pineapple’s flowers are always a welcome sight – regardless of the time of year. Sheathed by nature’s armor (read: trichomes) and dusted with holistic medicine, Pineapple’s resin encrusted calyxes and flaming orange pistils made this a standout strain in the late 90s.
Resinous and mildly dense, Pineapple straddles the genetic dividing line in terms of consistency, thanks to its 50/50 Hybrid genetics. Sticky enough to leave the digits tacky after handling, in a pinch, the gluey nodules are easily dissected without scissors, shredders, or any other high-tech paraphernalia.Succulent and savory, a quick whiff of some properly cultivated and cured Pineapple boasts a fruit-forward aroma with some subtle tropical undertones. Popular amongst breeders due to its genetic profile and flavorful terpenes, there are currently dozens of strains swimming in the Pineapple gene pool.
28 G, 14 G, 7 G, 3.5 G