Salt Lake Pink Tuna is a rare indica dominant hybrid strain (70% indica/30% sativa) created through crossing the classic Pink Kush X Tuna Kush strains. This bud steals its name from the infamous Black Tuna Gang who made their name smuggling marijuana from Colombia in the 70’s. This bud lives up to the name, with classic indica effects that hit hard and fast, slamming into you with a hefty potency and a super high 25-31% average THC level. The high starts with cerebral effects that suddenly crash through your mind, leaving you utterly euphoric and pretty unfocused at times with a tendency to drift away into space. As your mind settles, your body will start to drop off into a deeply relaxing tingly state, which lulls you into a heavy couch-lock. This effect quickly turns sedative, leaving you dozing off and on in a state of pure happiness and peace. Thanks to these effects and its high THC level, Pink Tuna is often chosen to treat conditions such as chronic pain, insomnia, depression, chronic stress, and muscle spasms or cramps. Pink Tuna buds have a sweet and sour fruity diesel flavor with a heavy pungent aroma to match. This bud has compact grape-shaped minty green nugs with thin orange hairs and a coating of frosty white crystal trichomes.
Bud Size: Small – Medium
Strain Type: 70% Indica – 30% Sativa
Texture: Normal – Caked – Sticky
Flavour: Berry, Cherry, Diesel, Herbal, Skunky
Medical Usage: Dank, Earthy, Fuel, Pungent, Skunky
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A strong combination of Pink Kush and Tuna Kush, a British Columbian strain Growen by White Label Organics to give patients a potent punch of THC that is ideal for chronic pain relief. This Herijuana and Lamb’s Bread cross has gained quite a bit of fame in Canada for both its strong narcotic effect and its whimsical marketing—prepackaged meds were sold in sealed tuna cans. Flowers will be compact, trichome-covered and have a strong smell. Black Tuna doesn’t smell quite like fish, however; the strain’s name comes from the Black Tuna Gang that was famous for smuggling Colombian marijuana into the United States in the 1970s. Given its potency and high THC, this strain may be too much for novice or moderate consumers.