Black Pineapple OG

Black Pineapple OG

This 70% sativa hybrid is thought to be a cross between Pineapple Express and an unknown OG Kush hybrid, and is probably only available on the West Coast. As a relatively rare find, the cannabinoid content of Pineapple OG is unclear, but both parent strains are known for their potency, so expect this one to be pretty strong. Smoke reports mention a sweet-spicy pineapple flavor and odors of lemon, pine and fuel, and Pineapple OG is said to provide an upbeat, cerebral high with a decent body buzz.

Pineapple, also known as Pineapple OG, is a hybrid marijuana strain developed by a phenotype of Ed Rosenthal’s Super Bud (ERSB). Pineapple provides stress relief and is known to leave consumers feeling uplifted and relaxed. This strain features intense tropical flavors with undertones of pineapple and diesel.

Black Pineapple OG is a mostly sativa variety from Primordial Beanz and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±100 days), outdoors and in the greenhouse. Primordial Beanz’ Black Pineapple OG is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

African Pineapple from Jamaica x (Moroccan Beldia IBL x Black Columbian OG) the f1 vigor here is very evident, very fast growing, very tall! Flower range from 11-16 weeks

About this Hybrid Strain

Pineapple OG is a hybrid cannabis strain born from famed genetics of Pineapple Express and OG Kush, making this an instantly sought-after strain whenever it can be found. While the genetics are believed to skew 70% sativa and 30% indica, the effects are well balanced, beginning first with a cerebral onset of improved mood, mental stimulation, energy, and a head buzz, then followed by deep relaxation with a nice OG Kush body buzz according to those who have tried it.

It is true most cannabis has enticing aromas but Pineapple OG is notable above the rest for its sweet pineapple smell intertwined with citrus and pungent notes. Sweetness and citrus shine through the flavor profile with earthy pine on the exhale.

When you examine the bud, you will note the range of colors the leaves present. Some appear to be golden-green while others deep, dark green. A light coating of golden trichome crystals covers the leaves and orange pistils appear occasionally. Overall the bud has a golden hue and can be visually reminiscent of a pineapple.

Reviewers attest to the strength of this strain and most batches return with THC ranging between 20% and 26%. If you are a terpene hunter who enjoys limonene, you will find it in this strain in great abundance along with pinene and humulene.

What is the Pineapple Marijuana Strain?

Pineapple weed is a perfectly balanced hybrid strain with a 50:50 sativa to indica ratio. Pineapple’s breeders developed this strain by selecting a suitable phenotype of Ed Rosenthal’s Super Bud (ERSB). The phenotype they chose had the desired characteristics they were looking for. It expressed predominantly indica growth features and had the right tropical flavor profile. After much hard work and generations of selective inbreeding, the Pineapple strain was born.

Pineapple marijuana combines generous THC levels with a pleasant and uplifting high that still keeps the body relaxed. Some say that it sends the mind into a creative euphoria, bringing motivation and inspiration for projects and undertakings.

THC levels of Pineapple range around the 15-26% mark, depending on the specific grow conditions of the batch.

Overall, Pineapple is quite a balanced weed choice, which could be because of its perfect 50% sativa, 50% indica composition. This strain offers the best of both worlds, making it easily accessible to a wide range of cannabis consumers.


The aroma and flavor of Pineapple are truly sent from the heavens. Pop open that mason jar and enjoy the scent of crisp and ripe pineapples and mango, mixed with earthy notes.


The flavor is a little more like the strain’s name, tasting like juicy pineapple, citrus, and other tropical fruits. When they hit the tongue, it’s pure sweet-flavored bliss, blended with subtle hints of pina colada.


Pineapple has a classic “dank weed” look, frosted by resinous crystals that glisten brightly under the light. The flowers are a deep, rich green color. The brassy orange pistils are somewhat long and curly.

The water leaves are an even darker shade of wilderness green. The resin is so sticky that you might have trouble removing it from your fingertips. Don’t worry; if the cannabis keeps sticking to your fingers, that means the batch is potent.

Pineapple Grow Info

The Pineapple strain’s growth difficulty is rated as easy. This makes it suitable for growers of all levels of experience. First off, the Pineapple strain is naturally disease and mold resistant, so it is reasonably low-maintenance compared to other marijuana types. Additionally, it grows well both indoors and outdoors.

Pineapple marijuana thrives best in temperate, warm conditions, and reaches its flowering period around 8-9 weeks.

Pineapple’s indoor flowering period is between 8-9 weeks. When grown outdoors, these plants will be ready for harvesting around late September to early October.

Indoor yields typically average around 11 ounces per meter squared, while outdoor returns can be up to 16 ounces per plant.

THC Content – Highest Test

Pineapple’s maximum THC level is reportedly 26%. Its THC range is fairly wide and can be anywhere between 16-26%.

CBD Content – Highest Test

The Pineapple strain has a low CBD content of approximately 0.10%.

Medical Benefits of the Pineapple Cannabis Strain

Although the 50/50 Pineapple weed hybrid can do wonders for the body, it can also help the mind. Patients suffering from mood disorders, anxiety, and stress commonly use the Pineapple strain for temporary relief. Recreational users say that it helps them to relax and unwind after a busy day.

Pineapple Marijuana: Possible Side Effects

As with most cannabis strains, the most commonly reported side effects of this strain are cottonmouth and dry eyes.

Dry mouth is easily manageable with a little extra preparation. Be sure to drink plenty of water, or another hydrating fluid, before, during, and after consuming this cannabis. Eye drops can help to relieve dry eyes.

Other users have reported feeling dizzy, paranoid, or having headaches after consuming the Pineapple strain. While these adverse reactions are less common, they are still possible.

Please note that strains with higher THC levels can produce adverse reactions in some people. Those prone to paranoia or anxiety after consuming high-THC strains should be mindful that Pineapple’s THC level can reach 26%. Novices would be wise to leave this strain to more experienced cannabis consumers.

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