While Pineapple Kush is a delightful half and half mix of Sativa and Indica, it is hard to find the product or the seeds to grow your own plants from. You do have to be careful as there are some fraudulent sales out there for this particular item due to the demand for them. Always verify the provider and their reputation before you purchase them. The leaves of these cannabis plants are dark green along with both light and dark brown mixed in. There are light green hairs that emerge in the weeks before harvest.
There is about 25% THC found in Pineapple Kush. It depends on the quality of the product you purchase or the seeds you obtain. Since it is hard to get those seeds, it is a good idea to harvest your own when you have a wonderful crop. This will save you money in the future and it will help ensure you get a great product from your growing efforts.
Due to the high amount of THC, you only need a small amount of Pineapple Kush to get a buzz. It will come on rapidly and last for several hours. This isn’t a good product for those new to cannabis use to try due to how much of an impact it has all at once. Using too much of it at once can cause dry eyes and dry mouth.
Up to 23 %
|Indica / Sativa||
Indica 60%, Sativa 40%
Indoor / Outdoor
Up to 400 gram / 14.1 ounces per sq meter
Up to 550 gram / 19.4 ounces per sq meter
Up to 70 cm / 27.6 inch
Up to 100 cm / 39.4 inch
2 times a year
Easy / Moderate
Like other Kush strains, this one has a very strong scent to it. This is going to offer a smell of sweet mixed with Earth. The taste is going to offer both chestnut and pineapple. This is one of the most unique tasting types of cannabis products out there. Many people try it out of curiosity, and find it to be something they love beyond other cannabis products out there.
Unlike most Kush strains of cannabis, this one isn’t going to make you sleepy. There are many other reasons though why people rely on Pineapple crush for the buzz they seek. They include:
It is very easy to grow your own Pineapple Kush cannabis plants. They don’t require a great deal of precision. You can grow them inside or outdoors. If you choose to grow them outside, September and October are the best times. Indoors, they can be grown all year long if you like. It takes from 7 indoors and 9 weeks outdoors for them to be ready to harvest after the seeds germinate.