Pink Sunset Autoflower 5 Pack


Pink Sunset Auto is an Indica-leaning strain that is a cross between Girl Scout Cookies (GSC, OG Kush, and Cherry Pie. The Pink Sunset Auto strain is well known because it provides an incredibly fruity, citrusy fragrance when cured. Pink Sunset Auto is reminiscent of mixed strawberries, fruit, and lemon that offer you full-body relief and tingling sensation, perfect for nighttime use. Pink Sunset Auto strain has an average of 18% to 27% THC level that can treat anxiety, stress, chronic pain, headache, and cramps. Pink Sunset’s nugs are a rich, vivid orange hue, and pinkish trichomes are particularly identifiable.

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What are the Flavor and Effects of Pink Sunset Auto

Pink Sunset has an intense fruity scent that smells like berries and grapes. A closer sniff may reveal some fresh pine woody notes. Meanwhile, breaking or grinding these dense flowers releases a dank, Kushy aroma with hints of hash and spice. Burning Pink Sunset produces a smooth, light smoke that is easy to swallow. This smoke has a fruity, floral flavor on the exhale.

Pink Sunset is a delectable treat that tantalizes the taste buds while softly relaxing some suspense. However, it’s essential to bear in mind that it’s an extremely potent strain with THC amounts varying from a manageable 18%-27%. If used above personal comfort thresholds, users would be couch-locked. A tingling sensation may run down the spine and outward through the core and limbs. The strain’s sense of stress relief may progress to a numbing feeling for the uninitiated, which can be disconcerting.

How to Grow Pink Sunset Auto?

Pink Sunset Auto is a tall plant that reaches a height of 5 feet, making it a striking addition to any indoor grower. Furthermore, the ease with which it can adjust factors such as humidity, temperature, and lighting will positively impact its performance. Growers could also cultivate it in orchards or on farms. It’s also tough and immune to a variety of pests and mildews.

In this case, regular pruning is required because the dense foliage can obstruct airflow and harbor moisture, leading to mold or mildew. Growers can also install a convenient ventilation system and fans to reduce humidity in this regard.