Pineapple Cheese

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Sativa
  • Flowering Period:
    56 days
  • Climate:
    warm - cool
  • Yield:
    Average
  • Flavors:
    sweet, sour
  • THC Content:
    High
  • Height:
    Tall
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Moderate

Strain Information

Pineapple Cheese is a mostly sativa variety bred by Southern Humboldt Seeds Collective. True to its name, it gives off a lip-smacking fruity and cheesy aroma. Suitable for daytime usage, it has 70% sativa genes and 30% genes. It can be grown indoors and outdoors. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Pineapple Cheese?

The strain delivers the sweetness of pineapple and the sourness of cheese. It delivers an uplifting effect that will leave you all smiles, to the point that your jaw is aching. Having mostly sativa genetics, the energy it provides is never overwhelming. In fact, it can help you perform well in accomplishing your assignments. It provokes your positive and creative thoughts, making you chatty and giggly. Later on, the warmth of relaxation will hug your whole body and help you achieve nirvana.

What are the Medical Benefits of Pineapple Cheese?

Pineapple Cheese can delve into the deep recesses of your mind to chuck away signs of anxiety, fatigue, stress, and depression. This makes it an excellent strain for managing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Bipolar Disorder. It appeases physical pains, such as muscle tremors, backaches, inflammation, arthritis, and neck pain. It can lull insomnia patients to sleep and induce hunger for loss of appetite. Since it can increase focus and concentration levels, patients with ADD and ADHD can benefit from it.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Pineapple Cheese

Smokers can anticipate the common negative effects in smoking Pineapple Cheese. This includes cotton mouth, dry eyes, and dry mouth. Unwarranted proportions can trigger extreme headache or migraine, nausea, tiredness, and paranoia. Common effects can be erased by eye drops and water, while uncommon ones are more of the smoker’s restraint.

How to grow Pineapple Cheese?

The weed’s potential is best encouraged through the Screen of Green (SCROG) setup. Air ventilation is important to ensure the health of the buds. It produces more potential when it is exposed to an intenase amount of sunlight. Watering should be carried out sporadically to prevent any risks of molds or pests. You may also execute Low Stress Training (LST).

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