Developed by Holy Smoke Seeds, Pineapple Funk is a sativa dominant strain with 70% sativa genes and 30% indica influence. A THC dominant variety, it is famous for providing fox tail-like buds and high yield. It emits a sweet and sour aroma, and it can be grown indoors and outdoors.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Pineapple Funk?
The weed delivers its energetic and invigorating effects through its sweet and sour flavor, with notes of pineapple and citrus and a little bit of spiciness. The buzz begins with an uplifting effect that will charge you with pure bliss and inspiration. This effect comes with a load of energy that will keep you on the move. You will be able to accomplish a lot with your overflowing creativity. This will slowly ease you to an impending state of relaxation you will never want to escape from.
What are the Medical Benefits of Pineapple Funk?
Thanks to its powerful sativa buzz, Pineapple Funk is a great strain for managing depression, chronic stress, chronic fatigue, depression, anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Since it uplifts and energizes, you will tend to perspire more. This will trigger hunger, making the strain beneficial for those struggling from the loss of appetite. It is also known in soothing nausea, eye pressure, muscle pain, and swelling.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Pineapple Funk
Pineapple Funk’s potency triggers dry mouth, dry eyes, and aridity in the throat. These mild symptoms can be treated right away by drinking water. The stress-relieving properties of the strain may produce the opposite if taken carelessly. It can trigger paranoia, drowsiness, restlessness, and sleeplessness.
How to grow Pineapple Funk?
The Screen of Green (SCROG) method is the most recommended technique in growing Pineapple Funk, especially when executed together with Low Stress Technique (LST). If your neighbors do not have the idea that you’re growing something good, its powerful scent can be covered up with carbon filters. It does not respond well to heavy feeding, but it will thrive well with a heavy amount of sun exposure.