Pineapple Sorbet

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Sativa Dominant
  • Flowering Period:
    7 to 8 weeks indoors, end of September outdoors
  • Climate:
    Warm 
  • Yield:
    Average
  • Flavors:
    rotten pineapple, fuel, guava, paint, lavender
  • THC Content:
    Average
  • Height:
    Tall
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Moderate

Strain Information

Having a sativa-leaning strain in your hands may be so much of a blessing to some smokers who love its physical over mental highs. That is why when Aficionado French Connection’s newest mostly sativa strain came out, there was a bit of clamor and chaos over where to buy it. Such was the progeny of the cross between the powerful strains, Pineapple Thai x In The Pines F3 strain and Zkittlez x Magnum Opus F11 strain. It was named as Pineapple Sorbet by its breeders.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Pineapple Sorbet?

Unexpectedly, that marijuana strain produced from an unplanned, uncertain mixture of genes and DNAs actually became one adorable variety of all time. Its effect is just so strong and desirable that it can even make your world upside down in a joint. No doubt that this weed is mostly recommended for daytime consumption.

What are the Medical Benefits of Pineapple Sorbet?

If Pineapple Sorbet strain already amazed you for its recreational, relaxing high, it will surely surprise you to know that it also offers some medicinal effects for the benefit of patients trying some more indulging medication. This has been true after providing relief for muscle pain, inflammation, injuries, spasm, fatigue, epilepsy, and so many more illnesses.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Pineapple Sorbet

This blessing of a powerful recreational and therapeutic strain can be turned into a devastating one if misused. Some have reported experiencing nausea and dry mouth for having done so.

How to Grow Pineapple Sorbet? 

It is quite a strain for beginners and a manageable cultivar for the experts. Pineapple Sorbet strain does require anything else to be added to it aside from the proper training of its large side branches to spread out and grow more yield.

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