Weekly Strain Breakdown: Pineapple Chunk

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Pineapple Chunk is a heavy hitting hybrid. It is a creeper because the high doesn’t kick in right away. It takes a few minutes for the full body buzz and cerebral punch to kick in. But most people don’t notice the high creep in because they are relaxed on the couch taking it all in.

Pineapple Chunk was developed by Barney’s Farm. They used a cross between Cheese and Skunk #1 with one of their own Pineapple strains to create Pineapple Chunk. They new strain has successfully inherited its parents high THC count with a small amount of CBD.

This strain has amazing painkilling and stress-relieving capabilities. It also makes smokers feel like they gave their brain an energy boost. This is not the ideal strain to treat anxiety or insomnia because of the cerebral jolt this strain provides. But, it is a nice strain to smoke after a long hard day of work, or as a treat for getting a big job done.

Growing Notes

This strain is resistant to mold and illness. It flowers quickly (55-69 days indoors). It’s ready for harvest by the end of September. The buds become a normal shade of green with purple streaks here and there.

Pineapple’s grow naturally in hot environments, and this strain is no different. It will grow to it greatest potential in hot and temperate climates. The yields are high (650 gr/m^2) which is surprising for such a short plant. The last test results came back to Barney’s Farm with 25% THC and 1.1% CBD. The high should be strong and long lasting.

Currently, it is difficult to find clipping of Pineapple Chunk. But luckily, Barney’s Farm sells Pineapple Chunk seeds. Now anyone can try their hand at cultivating their own Pineapple Chunk crop.

When to Smoke Male pollinated

After one big puff of Pineapple Chunk, smokers will feel stoned. This is not a good social weed because although the mind feels a sense of awakeness, the body feels like it doubled in weight on the couch. As if someone raised the gravity intensity around them because they don’t want to move from where they took their last hit.

All smokers can use this strain to feel creative, energized, euphoric, happy, relaxed and uplifted. But medical patients can use this strain for other specialized purposes. This strain helps people with arthritis, chronic pain, depression, Fibromyalgia, Insomnia, Loss of Appetite, Migraines, PTSD, stress, epilepsy and tremors.

This strain doesn’t generally put people to sleep because of the cerebral energy it provides. But, people who can’t sleep because of their serious medical conditions can benefit from this strain.  This strain helps the body to calm down. If patient’s bodies ache too much or if they can’t stop shaking, they can finally get a chance to sleep.

More Cheese, Less Earth

The smell is so potent and distinct that it is easy to tell the parents of the strain. It has a strong cheese and sweet pineapple smell, along with hints of earth and skunk. There is no hiding this strain, the smell gives everyone away.

When this strain is inhaled, the smoke is smooth. It doesn’t cause too many smokers to go into a coughing fit. And the taste is strongly reminiscent of pineapples.

This strain is fun to smoke with your crew and be stoned in front of the T.V. together. Or go on a relaxing walk before the weed couch locks you. This is a fun strain to smoke when there is free time to relax and smell the roses.

Have you smoked Pineapple Chunk? Did this strain sneak a fast one by you? What is it like smoking too much Pineapple Chunk? Does this strain help treat pain and sleep well? What were your growing experiences like with this strain? Let us know in the comments down below.

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