A Real Review Of Gabriel’s Pineapple Express Strain Sugar Wax

A Real Review Of Gabriel's Pineapple Express Strain Sugar Wax

Gabriel’s Pineapple Express strain is one of the best Pineapple Express strains I’ve tried. Gabriel’s Pineapple Express has the smell and taste of fresh cut pine, but with the juicy pineapple notes that you’d expect from this strain.

It’s rare I don’t enjoy the Pineapple Express strain, it was still sweet and the added pine was a welcome surprise. The dark amber sugar granules clump together into a single gram ball. Breaking it apart, the smell that hits your nose is like pine needles were dipped in pineapple juice.

The high is still notably sativa, which is what I’ve come to expect from the Pineapple Express strain. It hit me behind the eyes and gave me a rushing head high that left me with an influx of productivity and motivation. Wake and bake with this to give you a little extra pep in your step this winter.

Pineapple Express Strain Cannabinoid Breakdown

  • Total THC: 76.40%
  • Total CBD: 0%
  • Total Cannabinoids: 89%


  • Sativa
  • Made popular by the movie that shares its name starring James Franco and Seth Rogen.
  • Genetics: Hawaiian crossed with Trainwreck.
  • Aromatics: Sugar-coated pine needles.
  • Flavor: Strong pine with sweet pineapple notes.

pineapple express strain

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