Stinky Pink Weed Specs
- Effects: Calming, Creative, Happy, Relaxing, Sleepy, Uplifting
- May Relieve: Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, Mood Swings, PTSD, Stress
- Flavors: Chemical, Citrus, Flowery, Peppery, Pine, Sour
- Aromas: Chemical, Citrus, Earthy, Pungent, Sour
Stinky Pinky is the best pick for any dedicated indica enthusiast. This phenomenal hybrid weed strain (80% indica/20% sativa) is a phenotype of the famous Pink Kush, and its name accurately reflects its overpowering scent with an added dash of acidic citrus plus smoky black pepper. Not only does Stinky Pinky feature captivating aromas, but also it looks absolutely stunning! The scent of Stinky Pinky is intense, with a combination of sour citrus flavors perfectly complemented by spicy black pepper and earthy herbs. You’ll start to feel the high just moments after your last exhale, and it fills you with an uplifting sense joy and relaxation.
As you enter a tranquil state of mind, any stress or racing thoughts will fade away and be replaced by creativity and contentment. A relaxing body high will overtake your physical being, gently luring you onto the couch as it envelops your entire body in its serene embrace. You’ll feel fully sedated from head to toe and enjoy an unparalleled level of tranquility. Featuring a remarkable 20-27% THC level, Stinky Pinky offers powerful relief for individuals suffering from chronic stress or anxiety, PTSD, depression and mood swings. Its buds display an emerald green hue with red-orange hairs adorned by dark purple leaves blanketed in a luscious layer of tiny crystal trichomes that sparkle brilliantly under light.
This is one of my all-time favorite strains for when I want to keep my anxiety in check. It makes me feel more sensitive, and my body feels lighter. It also aids in attention. Why not give it 5 stars? The flavor is unpleasant. The taste is reminiscent of pepper, which I enjoy eating in meals but not through inhalation. Nonetheless, it’s still worthwhile.
I generally use this strain when I need to manage my anxiety levels. It mellows me out without dulling my senses, and I feel physically lighter. This weed also helps me focus more intently. The only reason why it didn’t get 5 stars from me is because of the taste; consuming pepperweed tastes like peppers, which I love in food but not something that I’m inhaling. Nonetheless, it’s still a great strain worth trying!