Updated April 24, 2021
By the Cannabis Ontario team
Pineapple Chunk is a very potent hybrid that produces a super heavy high. With an above-average THC level of 16%-26%, the Pineapple Chunk weed strain guarantees to deliver an unforgettable high.
An attractive strain, the green buds have a few purple hues, with each one covered by sticky resin and a frosty layer of crystals. This strain is known for its silky smooth smoke and tastes like fresh tropical pineapples. The aroma mirrors the taste with added hints of pine and skunk throughout.
This 50:50 indica to sativa hybrid produces a combination of cerebral and full-bodied effects that will uplift and relax you at the same time. However, it’s a creeper! Once your eyes begin to feel heavy, it won’t be long before you enter into a powerfully sedative state, where you’ll be couch-locked for hours.
The Pineapple Chunk marijuana strain isn’t only used for its heavy-hitting high but also its medicinal purposes. This hybrid is a highly effective pain reliever for those suffering from chronic pain, migraines, muscle aches, and fibromyalgia. It may also treat other conditions such as anxiety, depression, seizures, insomnia, ADD/ADHD, and PTSD.
That is a unique strain of marijuana that will have you melting into the tropics in no time.
With weed legalization in full force, there are many options of where to buy Pineapple Chunk weed in Canada. You can choose mail-order marijuana from an online marijuana dispensary and Pineapple Chunk strain cannabis will ship to your door. Alternatively, you can get same-day weed delivery in your local area. At CannabisOntario, you can find the best deals on Pineapple Chunk weed in Canada. Find Pineapple Chunk Weed Near you in Ontario or buy Pineapple Chunk Strain Weed Online Anywhere in Canada now!
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