One of the most popular varieties of marijuana is the greasy pink strain. The name comes from the color of the buds. As you can imagine, these strains are very shiny and brittle. They often have a very pungent scent. This smell is a result of the resin-like compounds that make up the flower of this particular strain.
Although it may appear to be the most powerful strain, the greasy pink strain is one of the least well understood. This is largely due to its hybridization status. Unlike other strains, it was not developed through traditional breeding with other species; it was actually bred by crossing an African Grey with an Australian Shorthair. In the final analysis, the Australian strain is the most potent. The reason for this is because it has a greater concentration of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).
High Concentration of THC
Some studies have shown that this strain type has the highest concentration of THC among all strains. It has been compared to strains from the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. While all of these strains share some common properties, none of them has the same concentration of THC as the greasy pink strain. The British strains tend to be more compact and have a shorter lifespan. This is attributed to their slower rate of flowering.
As far as behavior goes, this strain type tends to be aggressive and ego-driven. It can be quite difficult to handle this strain because of its nature. Some of the more popular strains include Lemon Squash, Lemon Grass, Cinderella, and White Widow. All of these have their own personality and individualities. Some of the more popular names for these strains are Lemon Chiffon, French Vanilla, and French Nutmeg.
Although it is one of the more popular strain types, this strain does have its drawbacks. This strain tends to act out when confronted with a certain stimulus or situation. In most cases, this is because the brain fails to signal the body to slow down. Some of the symptoms that it displays can range from being very hyperactive to extremely calm and quiet. These are signs that can vary from case to case.
Overall, this strain is great for those who prefer a more docile and sedate type of strain. Some people might also find this to be a good option if they are looking to avoid the aggressive tendencies exhibited by other strains. It is also a great choice for those who prefer a certain type of appearance in their strains.