Pineapple Skunk

The Scoop

Borrowing some of the better characteristics and phenotypes from Pineapple, Skunk #1, and a dash of Cheese for good measure, Pineapple Skunk is a heady hybrid that’s known for knocking out stress and pain with one quick rip. Pungent, potent, and a fast flowering phenom, this hybrid is a cross between ‘Beauty and the Beast.’

More About This Strain

 Clouded in mystery, Pineapple Skunk’s genetic downline comes from a mad mixture of her three compelling strains, and creates a high that walks the tightrope between both strain’s medicinal effects. Humboldt Seeds is the OG Pineapple Skunk creator, as such its origins are likely up in northern California. Working in synchronicity, the cannabinoids and terpenes from the three strains form a synergistic hybrid that helps ease your mental and physical pains.  A pleasure to grow in the garden, she’ll flower quickly and easily, and provide high yields, too!

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  • Because of its powerful odor, Pineapple Skunk is not an easy plant to grow where discretion is needed. And similar to her aroma, this strain’s flavor profile is a knockout punch for the taste buds. Conferring more sweetness than her aroma, the taste of Pineapple intermixed with Skunk leaves you smacking your lips for more of that tropical punch to the cranium. Close your eyes and relax, you’re can almost envision relaxing on a tropical beach.
  • Pineapple Skunk is more Skunk than it is Pineapple. As such, growers beware! There is a good chance the aromatic cross between Skunk and the sweet fruit-flavored odor of the Pineapple half will be noticed by nosy neighbors. Penetrating doors and walls like smoke seeping through the cracks, the Pineapple Skunk aroma fills even a well-vented room – open a bag and prepare to have the room go up in a fruity / skunk-filled plume.
  • The Pineapple Skunk’s flower resembles that of its namesake: Conical shaped and frosted with THC, her deep green leaves protrude from beneath her swollen calyx – littered with color and potency. After properly curing, Pineapple Skunk’s buds turn a shade of light green with her pale orange pistils protruding outward. Skilled cultivators will enjoy growing this strain: Loaded with resin and dripping with trichomes, Pineapple Skunk appears wrapped in a white woolen scarf and ready for winter.
  • Trichome-laced and slightly airy, the Pineapple Skunk texture slides right down the middle in terms breaking her apart. She’s sticky enough to be frustrating, but Stoney enough to be worth it.