Pineapple Kush is a hybrid marijuana strain made by crossing Pineapple with Master Kush. Pineapple Kush produces cerebral effects accompanied by a light body sensation. The flavor of this strain has been described as a subtle and sweet pineapple taste with minty undertones. Growers say this strain grows in buds that are brown, green, and covered with amber crystals. Medical marijuana patients choose Pineapple Kush to relieve symptoms associated with headaches, muscle spasms, stress and PTSD.

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About Pineapple Kush

Pineapple Kush is a mostly Indica strain that, according to growers Alaska Precision, totes a THC count of up to 17 percent and tastes exactly as the name would imply. This strain blasts the brain with euphoric and uplifting feelings that relax and mellow out the mind. Such feelings then translate to the body as waves of numbing laziness that can quickly couch-lock unsuspecting users. The strain imparts a powerful munchies effect, so snacks or an easy to make meal are recommended to be kept close at hand. A relatively standard but potent strain, Pineapple Kush comes with the normal downsides of dry eyes and mouth, dizziness, paranoia and headaches.

A strain that should be relegated to night time use, though surprisingly the strain is not often sought after by insomniacs as most do not feel tired from Pineapple Kush. The powerful body melt can be effective pain relief. It may also calm muscle spams and nausea. Some patients use these effects to help them fight their eating disorders. The strong cerebral effects are welcome relief for many who suffer from stress, anxiety and depression related disorders.


Pineapple Kush’s true origins are not known but it comes from California and most know it to be a cross between Pineapple and Master Kush. The strain requires between 63 and 77 days to finish flowering, so that it may produce a reportedly high yield. Unfortunately real Pineapple Kush is hard to come by and seeds from the real strain are rare.

Pineapple Kush is that rarest of finds on the medical marijuana market: THC levels are around 16% and is a indica-dominant hybrid with 70/30 indica/sativa ratio. The effects are said to be creative, happy, sociable, and mentally focused. Aside from seizures, this strain can be used to treat anxiety, physical fatigue, inflammation, migraines, muscle spasms, nausea, and pain. The smell is earthy and sweet and the flavor is earthy with hints of chestnut and pineapple. The dense, leafy buds are dark green with brown hairs. Dry mouth is the most commonly reported side effect, though dry eyes, dizziness, anxiety, and paranoia are also possible. Pineapple Kush can be found at select dispensaries in Northern California and the Bay Area.

Pineapple marijuana strain is a well balanced marijuana hybrid. It was bred in the USA from unknown Pakistani landrace parents. Pineapple cannabis strain can be mistaken with Pineapple Kush. As you might have guessed, Pineapple marijuana strongly tastes of pineapples, tropical fruit and citrus. This herb is potent, with THC levels of up to 21%. This weed can be enjoyed by most, just be mindful of the dose. Pineapple marijuana is good for day and evening time medicinal and recreational use.

Type of High

Pineapple marijuana strain induces uplifting cerebral euphoria, relieves stress and anxiety. Boosts energy and creativity, prompts giggles. Followed by deep body-mind relaxation, promotes sleep. Controls pain and nausea, helps with insomnia.

Effects of Consumption


Pineapple Kush is a sativa-dominant cannabis flower that induces a strong high, but one that’s not overly intense. It offers consumers a combination of cerebral and physical effects, most notably bloodshot, hazy eyes and cotton mouth after the first twenty minutes.  If you ask me, this is neither a “work weed” nor a sociable strain.  

Initially, the flower produces a head high that will keep you awake, energized and optimistic without the introspective judgment or heart palpitations; about an hour later you’ll gradually feel more calm and relaxed with a body numbness perfect for couch-lock, day or night.

Medical Uses

This very potent strain should be handled with caution, even for the veteran consumer who understands how to control their cannabis dosing.  The THC levels test between 19% and 25% (fairly high) and CBD levels clock in at 0.14% to 0.19%. That means even for greenhorns, an iced-bong rip of Pineapple Kush might spell trouble.

Pineapple Kush is an ideal breed for alleviating physical ailments like nausea, soreness, arthritis, headaches/migraines, and menstrual cramps, as well as combating psychological afflictions like insomnia, anxiety, ADHD, depression, and the stresses of daily life.  In addition, this Cali kush augments appetite, creativity, and sexual arousal—perfect for a night in.  

Proper Dosages

I’d recommend smoking a few hits from a joint (about 0.25 grams) instead, which will retain the flower’s tropical flavor and effects, and give you a mind-body relaxation for two-and-a-half to three hours. If you need to re-medicate, do so only after the peak effects have started to wear off. Each person reacts a bit differently, so it’s important to be conscious of how you react to different marijuana strains and products.

As a former long time smoker I believe vaporizing is always the best way to medicate.  Like wine from a decanter, vaporizers at medium temperatures extract a flower’s full flavor and healing properties without forcing the user to face the consequences of combustion, and without that wretched resin taste.

Depending on which vaporizer you’re using, pre-heat to 350°F and adjust the dial until your buds are toasted but without burning, keeping the cannabinoids unsullied.  Also, I’d suggest saving your AVB (already vaped bud) in another jar and use them to bake a batch of edibles once you have enough!

Growing Pineapple Kush

Pineapple Kush plants will usually yield about half a kilo for each square meter, and will fully ripen in eight to ten weeks, depending on indoor or outdoor growing conditions, light availability, nutrients, and watering.  September or late-Fall is the ideal time to harvest. Once you see that 80% of its pistilsor white hairs, have turned red the plant is ready to reap.


“This strain is damn amazing—grows fast, gives huge yield and the potency is over the limits— you will feel insanely stoned right after smoking and the effect lasts for several hours.  Totally recommended strain, not hard to grow it, either.  After topping branches grow straight and strong, producing massive buds.” –Ignas L.

“Loving this strain.  It smells and tastes amazing.  I love grooving to music when I’m high and this really put me in the mood for moving and swaying.  Definitely can feel both indica and sativa, entire body high.” –Fiona F.

“I have grown this strand for two years now and all I have to say is I love this bud…never have I had a high as relaxing as this.” –Kris K.

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Pineapple Kush deserves the praise from medical and recreational users alike.  It comes highly recommended for those wanting a sweet taste, pungent odor, and mellow relief without the drowsiness or uncontrollable sense of impending doom.  Do not pass up the opportunity to try this powerful and renowned strain—if you can find it.

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