Fruity Pebbles of the most beautifully colored cannabis strains in existence. Named after the cereal Fruity Pebbles, this strain has the appearance of a brightly colored heap of pebbles adorned with a resinous whitish coating. It is a creation of Alien Genetics and is the result of a cross between Tahoe Alien, Grandaddy Purple and Green Ribbon. It has a tropical and delicious scent. The colors of this strain are reminiscent of a kindergarten class, bursting with bright red, orange, purple and green hues. The smell and colors are energizing and uplifting.
It has THC levels ranging from 18% to 21%. The CBD content is at 0.2%. It does well as both a recreational and medicinal strain. It is adored for its mood stabilizing and anti depressive properties.
This strain was a limited order release strain; no one understands why Alien Genetics stopped the production of this ostentatious strain. Perhaps its rarity makes it more appealing. Some seeds from this strain have sold for as much as $1,500 USD at one point!
Fruity pebbles achieves a good balance, having slight indica dominance at 55% with 45% sativa. The smoke from this strain is incredibly smooth, with little to no after taste. This makes it loved by many patients.
Caryophyllene has peppery notes and is a potent anxiolytic
Terpineol is a complex, flower and fruit smelling terpene found in cannabis plants that provides anti-inflammatory and antioxidant health benefits.
What Consumers are Saying:
Patients who consume the Durban Haze strain of medicinal marijuana have reported both positive and some negative effects when using the product. Some common and some rare.
Potential Medical Benefits
Below are a list of conditions that Fruity Pebbles may be helpful in managing. We have selected these conditions based upon two sources: reviews from consumers who report using the strain to manage these symptoms, and/or substantial scientific evidence suggesting that its dominant terpenes may help manage the conditions listed below.
Some users reported dry mouth, dry eyes, dehydration. Rare side effects reported by patients are paranoia, and headaches.