The crossing of our famous Pineapple with our Cheese & Skunk #1 strains has created this new extremely vigorous and stable plant. This mould and disease resistant plant brings together the essence and flavours of these three outstanding strains. The earthy Cheese & Skunk flavours are followed by a pineapple aftershock, giving this strain a delicious and unique taste. This plant has a high yield, with a massive THC output, and enough CBD to give a powerful couch-lock effect.
Pineapple Chunk is a strain known for its exotic smell as well as its incredible fruity taste. The strain is an indica strong hybrid which was bred from the famous skunk#1 and Cheese strains. The THC content in this strain has been recorded as high, some lab results give it as up to 25% with a CBD level of around 1% meaning this strain is quite a hard hitter. Users report a very uplifting and cerebral high that is good for both daytime and nighttime use. This strain should not be taken lightly as users also report a high psychoactive effect which could leave the using with a very trippy high.
The buds themselves smell like dried fruit and you can see where it got its name from when you smell it. As well as the fruity smell, you will be able to recognize the cheese lineage as there is also a savory cheesy smell within the sweet. The smoke is very smooth with fruity undertones and it leaves the user with a pleasant taste in their mouth after smoking. The buds are a lovely light green colour, covered in orange to brown hairs and layered in crystals. The buds are dense but they break up well.
The nice amount of CBD content along with the high THC content means that this strain has been very effective medically in the treatment of pain. People with joint pain or muscle pain have had great success with this strain as well as people suffering with migraines. When grown indoors the plant can flower within 60 days and is recommended for both beginner and experienced growers due to how fast it grows and how resistant the plant is to mold and disease. Yeild can be up to 650g/m2.