Pineapple Haze Strain

Pineapple Haze appeals to casual users who appreciate wake-and-bake strains. In moderation, its psychoactive effects are characterized by a clearheaded high and an energy boost. Adding to its vigor is the bud’s tropical flavors of pineapple.

Sativa/Indica % Indoor Yield Outdoor Yield Flowering Period
70% / 30% 9 to 17 ounces per square meter17 ounces or more per plant10 – 12 weeks indoors, early to mid-November outdoors.

The effects of Pineapple Haze are very much like the effects of its parent, Haze. Carrying the genes of four diverse yet exotic strains, a single puff of the latter’s thick smoke is enough to bring users to soaring heights. Unfortunately, the former also inherited its long flowering period. Meanwhile, the bud’s delicious profile is from the famous Pineapple.

Because of its controllable intensity, Pineapple Haze can be used by beginners. Its versatility also allows users to enjoy the recreational and medically.

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    Information about Pineapple Haze:

    ORIGINPineapple and Haze
    EFFECTSHappy – 10
    Focused – 9
    Energetic – 9
    Relaxed – 8
    Uplifted – 6
    ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)Dry mouth – 10
    Dry eyes – 2
    Dizzy – 2
    Headache – 1
    Paranoid – 1
    FRAGRANCEFloral, earthy, pine, sweet, citrus, pineapple
    FLAVORSTangy, tropical, pineapple, pine, skunk
    MEDICALFatigue – 10
    Stress – 10
    Depression – 10
    Headaches – 5
    Nausea – 5
    FLOWERING TIME INDOORS10 to 12 weeks
    FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORSEarly to mid-November
    PLANT HEIGHT4 to 8 feet
    THC CONTENT %13% to 19%
    INDICA / SATIVA %30%/70%
    INDOOR YIELD9 to 17 ounces per square meter
    OUTDOOR YIELD17 ounces or more per plant
    CLIMATEMediterranean climate
    GROWTH LEVELSome experience needed

    * 10 is the highest
    * 1 is the lowest

    Effects

    Tested between 13% and 19% THC, Pineapple Haze provides users with a very build-able high. It usually takes a few extra puffs from the vape or the bong for the effects to surface. But, once it does, its initial onset begins with a euphoric buzz.

    Pineapple Haze envelops the mind with complete happiness, leaving users feeling upbeat and cheery.

    SHOP Pineapple Haze

    Though the mental buzz has intensified, it is not difficult to lock in on projects and chores. The clearheaded high heightens one’s sense of focus and sparks a free-flow of ideas. And, with a rush energy, brainstorming becomes an easy task.

    Complementing the cerebral high is the strain’s subtle Indica effects. From the temples, it sends a light pressure to the rest of the body. Wave after wave, the soothing sensation stretches out tired muscles and relaxes the user. Not to the point of sedation and lethargy, though. The mental awareness allows one to finish work before capping off the day.

    As a natural stimulant, Pineapple Haze is best used during the morning or early afternoon. Overindulging in the bud, however, can stun users into a couch lock.

    Fragrance

    Pineapple Haze smells of freshly picked flowers infused with aromatic pine. Crushed up, the sweet yet citric scent of pineapples permeate throughout the room.

    Flavors

    Pineapple Haze carries over the same terpene profile in its flavors. For example, drawing in the smoke reveals the taste of tangy, tropical pineapples. On the exhale, however, a refreshing pine blended with skunk linger in the mouth.

    Adverse Reaction

    Dry eyes and a cottonmouth are two of the most common reactions to smoking marijuana. Though mild, they can be quite uncomfortable for beginners. Thankfully, having a glass of water is enough to appease such symptoms.

    Pineapple Haze is a strong Sativa leaning strain that, in excess, brings about other unwanted effects. Drawing in the smoke all at once can be disorienting; resulting in lightheaded or a headache. However, the heightened awareness may result in first-time users feeling a little paranoid. Needless to say, buds should always be smoked in reasonable amounts.

    Medical

    Apart from the recreational, Pineapple Haze’s build-able high provides users with great medical benefits. In the body, THC becomes a natural analgesic with effects that begin at the temples. Through and through, it soothes away the sharp, sting of sudden contractions throughout the body. The relaxing effects also eliminate gastrointestinal pain and nausea.

    As a potent Sativa-leaning strain, though, its best use is arguably appeasing known mental conditions. As stated earlier, the strain induces a happy high that works perfectly against negativity. By encouraging self-love, it becomes an ally for people going through depression and PTSD. Such stimulating effects also work well for killing stress and cutting down fatigue.

    Growing

    Acquiring seeds is quite an easy feat as Pineapple Haze is available in almost every major dispensary. They come in feminized form too, ensuring users of an all-female batch with almost zero chances of turning into hermaphrodites. In this way, growers only need to worry about caring for the plant. Although, that may not be as easy.

    Because of its Sativa structure, the herb’s stalks are a little weak while its branches are prone to breakage. It tends to grow quite tall too, possibly exceeding the limits of an indoor growing area. For this reason, growers may want to bend and top the plant early or apply super cropping methods.

    After a long wait, the plant rewards patient growers with high yields and huge feathered-out nugs. Under the light, they white trichomes on top of its deep forest hue sparkle like gems.

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      Flowering Time

      Indoors

      Typically, it takes up to 12 weeks before buds appear. However, applying the Screen of the Green method can hasten the blossoming period to 10 weeks. With proper maintenance, each square meter will produce between 9 to 17 ounces of trichome frosted delight.

      Outdoors

      Pineapple Haze should flower by the second or third week of October with each plant producing at least 9 ounces of buds.

      Pineapple Haze is a great strain for people who want to focus and get their creativity flowing wild. The relaxing effect that it offers is also great for relieving gastrointestinal pain and nausea. If these effects are what you’re looking for, then check out the Pineapple Haze seeds in our marijuana seed bank.

      Origin

      1. Pineapple
      2. Haze

      FAQ About Pineapple Haze Strain

      What is the Pineapple Haze strain yield?

      Pineapple Haze yields 9 to 17 ounces per square meter indoors and 17 ounces or more per plant outdoors.

      How much THC does Pineapple Haze have?

      From 13% up to 19%

      What are the origins of the Pineapple Haze strain?

      Pineapple Haze was created from a mix between Pineapple and Haze strains, hence the name “Pineapple Haze”.


      Have you ever smoked or grown your own Pineapple Haze? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.

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      Robert Bergman

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        3 comments on “Pineapple Haze Strain”

        1. I just cut and hung some pineapple haze so in a few weeks I will let you know how it came out. My question is when I trim the buds is it better to keep the little leaves that are growing out of the buds on or trim them off? They are coated with trichomes so it seems like it would be a waste just to make the buds look good. I trimmed most of them off on this batch but now I’m thinking I shouldn’t. Thanks for any advice you may have.