Pineapple Kush genetics can be linked to Pineapple mixed with Master Kush. Digging deeper, you may want to know what is in Master Kush to get a better understanding for what the medicating session would be like with Pineapple Kush. After some research, you will find that Master Kush is actually the offspring of Hindu Kush (inbred with itself).
“This specific batch of Pineapple Kush is one of the many organic strains that Santa Barbara has to offer patients.”
From the container the strain doesn’t really look much different than the rest of its’ organic brethren… but the dense nuggets do glisten under the light. Pineapple Kush houses a smell that is fruity and tropical, mixed with undertones of earth. Its distinct pineapple aroma definitely caught my attention quickly.
The effects from Pineapple Kush tend to make patients feel extremely uplifted while their muscles remain relaxed. Definitely a full-body melt generated from this Indica strain. Wish I had more of this Pineapple Kush to end each night of the week, but it looks like that won’t be happening anytime soon. After all, I haven’t seen this on many dispensary menus in southern California yet.