Pineapple Espresso Photoperiod Cannabis Seeds


For that great taste of coffee mixed with orange-pinapple juice with your morning wake and bake.

Brought to you by our partners somewhere around the deep interior Gorilla hills of Columbia. Probably because weed and coffee go great together with a glass of pineapple-orange juice in the morning.

Pineapple Espresso has a tropical taste, that of pineapple, mango, sweet, pine, fruity and citrus with a subtle taste of fresh roasted coffee bean.

Pineapple Espresso bud is a Sativa-dominant strain known to invigorate and give you the energy you need to battle conditions like Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Depression, chronic pain, and general lethargy.

Medicinal Benefits of Pineapple Espresso

Terpene profiles are what truly differentiates one strain from the next. According to current thought, it is the interaction between cannabinoids like THC and the herb’s aroma molecules that give each plant its unique effects.

To get an idea of what types of medical benefits the strain will provide, taking a closer look at the plant’s fragrance is useful. The aroma molecules produced by plants are called terpenes. Laboratory testing will help you determine exactly what terpenes the plant will produce.

Based on lab data, here are some of the most abundant terpenes in the Pineapple Express strain:

1. Beta-caryophyllene

One of the most promising terpenes is a pepper-scented terpene called beta-Caryophyllene (BCP). Unique among terpenes, BCP acts like a cannabinoid in the body.

Cannabinoids are compounds like THC and cannabidiol (CBD) that are produced by the cannabis plant. Like a cannabinoid, BCP connects with some of the same cell receptors as THC and CBD. However, BCP does not have intoxicating effects.

Instead, early trials of this compound have found that it may have anxiolytic and antidepressant effects. The compound may also have anti-inflammatory and immune-modulating properties. Pineapple Express has tested with high levels of this compound, perhaps suggesting that it produces a calming experience with inflammation-fighting potential.

2. Myrcene

Strains high in myrcene will likely help you relax. One of the most common cannabis terpenes, myrcene, is a sedative compound also found in lemongrass. This compound may be responsible for the “couch-locking” effects found in some cannabis strains, as it has tranquilizing, hypnotic, and muscle relaxation properties.

The presence of myrcene in the Pineapple Espresso strain means that this plant may produce a slightly drowsy experience with some pain-relieving effects. This terpene may also enhance the feelings of physical relaxation this strain provides, making it a potentially good fit for those experiencing muscle tension or other signs of physical stress.

3. Limonene

While myrcene is sedative, limonene may have the opposite effect. Providing a distinct citrus aroma, this terpene is thought to have uplifting and energetic properties. One of the most abundant terpenes in nature, limonene is an antioxidant with potential antidepressant and cancer-preventative effects.

In early studies, limonene has shown anti-inflammatory and anti-asthmatic effects.

Containing high concentrations of limonene, the Pineapple Espresso cannabis strain may promote feelings of uplift and ease while also easing inflammation and inflammatory pain.

Indoor/Outdoor Yield; Indoor growers can expect 8 to 10 ounces per square meter. Outdoor growers are looking at 9 to 12 ounces per plant.

Flowering time; Pineapple Espresos may take 60 to 69 days to flower.

Feminized using our unique 2 stage organic feminizing process that lets you be tomorrow’s strain hunter.

We utilize a 2 step method of feminizing, allowing our customers the joy of feminizing. Our first process is on the farm where plants are feminized prior to harvest to achieve up to 80% feminized ratio. This method of seed production offers organic grown seed batched with plants highly resistant to mold and pests and crop diseases.


10 seeds, 5 seeds