Yes, Pineapple Express is a real strain

Many people thought Pineapple Express was a fictional strain. Its name has become extremely famous after its prominence in the stoner comedy film of the same name, but the truth is that it has been around for a long time. Perhaps it hasn’t been too well known in this side of the pond, but in the Netherlands, it is a commonplace and has gained a considerable fan following.

When you look at where it comes from it becomes quite easy to believe that it indeed packs a punch. As a cross between Hawaiian and Trainwreck, it’s quite tropical by nature. Its aromas are comparable to what you might smell if you walk around the fruit section of a market. When you get your hands on these buds close your eyes as you smell them, and you can actually picture pineapple that’s set in a piney landscape.

A big reason for its allure is its smooth and sweet smoke that is ideal for relaxation.  Also, its pretty potent, boasting a THC percentage of about 24% is sure to serve as welcomed treat after a long work day or trying times.

Trying to describe the flavors that come with this strain is a fun activity. Some say that it’s alike a big pancake breakfast plate, while others claim that it is like combination of pineapple and mango. It has also been as a piney green apple candy of some kind.

To put it simply, it is entrancing, and is known to encourage creativity and focus while still hitting you with an energetic vibe. As a matter of fact, many view it as an ideal strain for when you would like to talk the day away or run through a to-do list. Ironically, one of the many patients that rely on this bud for general wellbeing are those that suffer from general restlessness.

Like the movie, it makes great company when you’re in the mood to get your day going and if you don’t want to shy away from the adventure that may very well await!


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