Sour Pineapple merges the genetics of two beloved, sativa-dominant strains, Sour Diesel and Pineapple Kush. Sour Pineapple is a sativa-dominant hybrid (sativa/indica ratio of roughly 70:30) that is known to be an effective treatment for anxiety, everyday stress, and nausea. The sativa genes make for a decidedly cerebral high, with clear-headed thinking and a strong boost of energy. THC levels are between 13% and 18% in available tests, making this a mid-shelf strain in terms of potency. CBD contents are harder to come by, but that alone means Sour Pineapple shouldn’t be used as the sole treatment for conditions that respond to this cannabinoid, especially seizure disorders. Sour Pineapple has a pungent, Skunky aroma and a dank, pungent flavor. The bud is multi-colored, with dark green leaves, amber hairs, and a modest dusting of trichomes. There are few public reports of adverse effects, but dry mouth and red eyes are common in most cannabis strains. This strain is found mostly on the medical marijuana markets of Washington State and Oregon, but it’s not especially popular anywhere in the United States.