Sweet Pink review and information

Sweet Pink is a hybrid cannabis strain. Sweet Pink has a modest amount of 18% THC on average although this number could vary from one grower to another.

Sweet Pink can make you feel energetic and has been reported to help with anxiety. Sweet Pink has a relatively strong chestnut aroma. Some side effects and negatives has been experienced with this strain including dizziness.

Many new strains are made by combining existing hybrids. New types of marijuana are constantly being invented, especially for recreational purposes. Due to their variety, physical and psychoactive effects can vary widely from strain to strain. The effects of a certain hybrid greatly depend on the more dominant strain it is based on. Sativa plants are generally known for their uplifting and energizing effects, while indica plants are more sedating. Additionally, the terpenes present in the strain assist in the type of buzz you get. A balanced hybrid will provide a mixture of both sativa and indica, which can be an uplifting buzz with a maintained relaxing body high.

Sweet Pink characteristics and details

What is Sweet Pink used for?

➜Sweet Pink has been reported to help with anxiety, depression, stress.

How does Sweet Pink smell?

➜Sweet Pink aroma is recorded as chestnut, skunk, ammonia.

How does Sweet Pink make you feel?

➜Sweet Pink can make you feel energetic, relaxed.

What are Sweet Pink's side effects?

➜Negative impacts ofSweet Pink are dizziness, dry mouth, dry eyes.

Second Generation Genetics bred the fruity Sweet Pink by crossing a Pink Champagne mother with an F4 Blueberry father. It puts out a grape bubblegum flavor and a high that puts consumers into a state of bliss. This strain brings on the munchies while leaving your head in the clouds.