Pink Guava Weed Strain
About The Strain
Aroma and Flavor
Boasting a perfect 50/50 split between sativa and indica, the Pink Guava strain stands out with a THC level of 28% to 30%. It's a blend of unknown fruity hybrids, delivering a flavor and aroma profile that combines tropical citrus, guava, and tree fruit with an earthy, spicy background. The effects of Pink Guava balance mind energization with body relaxation.
Origin and History
Pink Guava has its roots in the crossbreeding of potent Guava Kush and the indica-dominant Afghani strains, giving rise to a strain cherished for its tropical flavors and balanced effects.
|28% - 30%
|Hybrid (50% Indica / 50% Sativa)
Composition and Breeding
This hybrid is an even mix of sativa and indica genetics, resulting from a combination of diverse, fruity hybrid strains. Its high THC content is a standout feature.
Pink Guava has piecey and airy forest green nugs with pink undertones, pink-orange hairs, and a coating of golden-amber crystal trichomes, contributing to its beautiful appearance.
While specific terpene profiles are not detailed, the strain's complex aroma and flavor suggest a rich terpene composition that includes citrusy and earthy notes.
Aroma and Flavor
The strain is notable for its sweet and sour tropical fruity aroma, accentuated by tangy citrus and spicy earthiness. Its flavor mirrors this profile, with a blend of citrus, guava, and tree fruit.
Potential Benefits from Using This Strain
Pink Guava is chosen for its potential to treat depression, chronic fatigue, insomnia, chronic pain, and stress. Its balanced effects make it suitable for both therapeutic and recreational use.
Common Psychoactive and Physical Effects
Users report a sociable and happy high, leading to giggles and a relaxed body state. It's known for inducing an uplifting body high, making it great for social interactions.
This strain is particularly effective against depression, chronic fatigue, insomnia, chronic pain, and chronic stress.
Specific cultivation advice for Pink Guava is not readily available, but hybrid strains generally require a balanced approach to nutrients and lighting.