Can’t tell the difference between White Widow and Purple Urkle? Wondering what exactly’s in the Blue Dream you just smoked? We've created detailed profiles for each of the most popular, sought-after weed strains, in order to help cannabis users everywhere understand the different plants they’re smoking, eating, or otherwise consuming. Up next: Pineapple Express.
Uncertain. A seed company called G13 Labs claims to have invented the strain, and at one point claimed it was a cross between Trainwreck and Maui Wowie, but now has it listed as Big Bud x Skunk (which makes absolutely no sense). We think it’s more likely that someone renamed a fruity strain following the release of the popular stoner comedy of the same name to ride the movie’s hype train. All signs point to a Cinderella 99 hybrid, a legendary plant known for having a complex rotten pineapple phenotype and a soaring sativa effect, possibly crossed with Trainwreck. Basically, we can’t say for sure what the hell this thing is, and seemingly neither can anyone else.
Place of origin
The clone that's passed around as Pineapple Express first appeared in California medical dispensaries, but has since spread to the rest of the world. We would assume it was California-bred, but the mysterious nature of this strain makes it hard to pin down. The seed company game is notoriously full of liars, so we hesitate to say any of them had anything to do with this variety.