Pineapple Express

Definition - What does Pineapple Express mean?

Pineapple Express is a strain of cannabis that attained notoriety when it was portrayed in the Seth Rogen and James Franco’s cult classic movie, Pineapple Express. The strain's parent plants are the landrace Sativa Hawaiian and the hybrid Trainwreck which was created by utilizing landrace varieties from Afghanistan, Thailand, and Mexico. It is a Sativa-leaning strain that has a 60 percent Sativa and a 40 percent Indica ratio. The strain has a strong pineapple flavor that many users find tasty. Its aroma is strongly floral with just a hint of pineapple.

MaximumYield explains Pineapple Express

Pineapple Express appeals to medical marijuana users who use it to treat anxiety, stress, and mild pain. The tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) level in Pineapple Express can range from 15 to 26 percent. It does have very low levels of cannabidiol (CBD). The plant's buds are dense and well-packed. They have a tapered shape that is reminiscent of the strain's Sativa genetics. It is extremely resinous with sticky flowers. The strain provides a creeper-type of high. The high makes the user alert and relaxed. The user tends to be extremely chatty. Pineapple Express marijuana plants are usually ready for harvest within seven to eight weeks. Growers can expect to attain 36 grams per square foot. When growing, the plant is extremely pungent so exhaust fans and carbon filters may need to be used to control the aroma.

This definition was written in the context of Cannabis Strain
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