Pineapple Thai Review

The genetic origin of the Pineapple Thai strain is largely unknown. However, this does not stop many users to enjoy the sweet tropical flavor of this strain, becoming one of the most popular strains of choice as a daytime drug. Pineapple Thai has higher cannabinoid composition, which means that it does not produce a potent cerebral high or physical sedation, unlike the other strains.

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The Pineapple Thai is smaller than the other cannabis strains and grows leaves with brownish green color covered in crystal-like trichomes. It is also recommended for beginning cultivators due to its resistant nature.

Pineapple Thai Weed Strain Specifications

Type: dominant Sativa hybrid
Flowering Perio
d: 8 to 9 weeks
Climate:
warm but can thrive in colder temperatures
Yield
: Average
Flavors:
Sweet tropical flavor
THC Level:
11%-22% (moderate)
Height:
Medium
Growing Difficulty:
Easy

What are the Effects of Pineapple Thai?

The Pineapple Thai does not create a potent effect on its users, which makes it a recommendation for patients who do not want cerebral high or loss of physical control. The Pineapple Thai instead improves mental function. It alleviates great pain while maintaining a sense of self-control, happiness, improved creativity and social interaction.

What are the Medical Benefits of Pineapple Thai?

The Pineapple Thai is one of the highly appreciated cannabis strains. Since the strain does not overwhelm the user, it’s mild effect is widely used for alleviating great physical pain. It can also be used to brighten the mood of patients with depression, chronic stress and anxiety. It also helps with nausea and seizures.

What are the Negative Effects that you can expect from Pineapple Thai?

Aside from causing itchiness and dryness in the areas of eyes and mouth, there are little recorded negative effects for using the Pineapple Thai making ideal for beginners. Overdosage, however, may cause headaches.

Tips for Growing Pineapple Thai

Smaller than the other Cannabis strains, the Pineapple Thai is grown ideally indoors. It is known to grow in warm climates, but it is resistant to slight changes in temperatures. It is also resistant to common plant diseases and mildew. The Pineapple Thai is one of the recommended strains for inexperienced cultivators.