Pineapple Express Marijuana Strain

Pineapple Express: Mellow Smoke Sessions

Pineapple Express Hybrid (what's this?)

Pineapple Express Strain = Trainwreck x Hawaiian

The Pineapple Express strain is the beautiful byproduct of Trainwreck and Hawaiian.This hybrids popularity stems mostly from the Hollywood movie, “Pineapple Express” starring Seth Rogen & James Franco — but I feel it deserves more than just a movie in its remembrance.

“Although this strain is known for its delightful full-bodied high and sweet smoke, my batch was not as amazing as the movie makes it out to be.”

Let me start by saying that although this strain is known for its delightful, full-bodied high and sweet smoke, my batch was not as amazing as the movie makes it out to be. Don’t get me wrong, its an awesome strain… just this batch left more to be desired. I guess you could say it was not the bee’s knees I was hoping for.

Having said that, each batch of Pineapple Express will have its unique differences depending on a variety of factors, such as the grower, growing medium, growing process, curing process, strain phenotype, and much more. The vapor from my batch of Pineapple Express was extremely smooth, frosty-flavored (not so much fruity) and did not produce any cough or harshness on my lungs or throat when vaporizing out of my new Herbalizer Vaporizer.

How Will The Pineapple Express Strain Affect Me?

The effects from Pineapple Express strain are typically very uplifting and energetic, like many Sativa strains. Although excited, I never found myself overwhelmed or feeling out of control. This self-induced zone lasted for roughly 2-3 hours, followed by a mellow body buzz.

Pineapple Express is popular for its ability to provide full-bodied pain relief without draining your energy. A great strain with many potential medicinal applications, my only wish is that it tasted more like pineapples.

FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLAIMER - These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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