Pineapple Kush is that rarest of finds on the medical marijuana market: a therapeutic strain high in CBD and low in THC. CBD levels top 5-15%, making this an ideal strain for treating epileptic disorders and other problems that require that cannabinoid. At the same time, THC levels are below 3%, and that means children with seizure disorders may be able to safely use Pineapple Kush extracts (consult a doctor or bud tender for more information). The smell is earthy and sweet and the flavor is earthy with hints of chestnut and pineapple. The dense, leafy buds are dark green with brown hairs. Dry mouth is the most commonly reported side effect, though dry eyes, dizziness, anxiety, and paranoia are also possible. Pineapple Kush can be found at select dispensaries in Northern California and the Bay Area. This strain is a sativa-dominant hybrid with 70/30 sativa/indica ratio, and though there isn’t much of a high, the effects are said to be creative, happy, sociable, and mentally focused. Aside from seizures, this strain can be used to treat anxiety, physical fatigue, inflammation, migraines, muscle spasms, nausea, and pain.