Updated April 24, 2021
By the Cannabis Ontario team
Pink Panties Weed Strain Review
The Pink Panties cannabis strain is an indica-dominant hybrid that is a huge favourite. This potent strain is perfect for anyone wanting an arousing high with a tasteful flavour.
Pink Panties Marijuana: Aroma, Flavour, and Appearance
The buds have beautiful dense, thick, grape-shaped forest green nugs with vivid pink undertones, matching hairs, and a layer of crystal trichomes on the surface. This strain has an earthy, berry, sour chemical aroma wrapped up in sugary sweet overtones that’s slightly pungent at times. It has a sweet, fruity strawberry flavour with a slight hint of chemical exhale to it.
The high level of 24% THC brings an unforgettable high. With the indica to sativa ratio of 70:30, Pink Panties is sure to produce a cerebral and heavy body high. You’ll experience pure relaxation and euphoria, couch-locked and immovable.
The medical effects this strain has on the user make it an excellent tool for those suffering from PTSD, stress, insomnia, depression, and anxiety.
Pink Panties Strain Review: Final Thoughts
The Pink Panties marijuana strain is sure to be added to your top picks of indica-dominant hybrids.
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