An equally balanced indica and sativa strain, Pimp‘n’tine is a Treeology Genetics creation. It is a combination of Clementine and P.I.M. #1. It produces dense nugs showered with a thick layer of cystal trichomes. The aroma it gives off is mouth-watering as it is a mix of sweetness and sourness, with earthy and spicy notes. This THC dominant variety can be grown indoors and outdoors.
Similar to its effects, the weed presents a balanced fruity and earthy aroma. It delivers a comforting effect to the mind and body. It will hit your body with a strong, but delightful lazy state. The body high comes with a satisfying level of happiness. The potency might surprise novice smokers. Though taken in smaller doses, the longing to relax on a couch or jump in your comfortable bed will be easy to give in. If you have a high tolerance for potency, an increase in focus, creativity, and focus will be instilled in you, before you finally succumb to the enchanting relaxation.
The elated high is also good in managing depression and anxiety. Because it can control the mood, thoughts, and raging emotions, it can boost self-esteem. Tiredness and edginess are taken away, so the uplifting process will not be interrupted. This makes it great for Bipolar Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. As it can induce creativity, it is prescribed for people with attention deficit disorders. The strain can also be used to cure headaches, migraine, drowsiness, nausea, muscle tremors, arthritis, back pain, inflammation, neck pain, insomnia, and loss of appetite.
The usual culprits encountered in smoking Pimp‘n’tine are dry mouth and eyes, as well as aridity in the throat. To cure these, simply take a swig of water. In higher dosages, users have reported experiencing paranoia, anxiety, and dizziness. These more serious downsides can only be avoided through measured dosages.
The Sea of Green (SOG) method is suitable for growing the Pimp‘n’tine strain. It should be grown under a reasonable amount of lights. As with its parents, it thrives well with proper ventilation. The cultivation is also best performed with Low Stress Training (LST).