This is a Sativa/Indica hybrid with a greater emphasis on Sativa (60%). It comes with a pretty strong parental lineage of Hawaiian and Trainwreck. The Sativa dominance means that it leans towards more cerebral and relaxing effects rather than that archetypical Indica body couch high. With THC levels of up to 26%, you might expect it to pack a serious punch and it does, but not necessarily in quite the way you expect.
The thing that tends to draw in the Pineapple Express strain fans from all around the world (and there are plenty of them) is the purity of the strain. If you’re looking for a tranquil high that lifts your creative ability to the next level or opens your mind to brave new worlds, then this is the strain for you.
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Because of its pretty sound lineage, it’s widely trusted in the medical cannabis community and is often the first strain of choice for newbies. Some strains of Pineapple Express have been developed in recent times with higher doses of CBD which makes them more appealing for therapeutic uses.
For first-time users, this is a pretty good strain to come to grips with and can deliver a great high without incapacitating you like some other strains with high THC content.
The medical benefits of Pineapple Express have been talked about extensively online which show’s how popular it is with the therapeutic community. Search in Google and you’ll find numerous accounts of how the strain has helped with everything from controlling pain to alleviating anxiety and depression.