Description

FPOG (AKA Fruity Pebbles OG) by Alien Genetics was a limited-time offering from the breeder. This sweet hybrid takes genetics from Green Ribbon, Granddaddy Purple, and Tahoe Alien to create a tropical, berry flavor reminiscent of the cereal. The euphoriceffects will keep you happy when you’re stressed and help you catch some sleep when faced with insomnia. Sit back, relax, and pour yourself a bowl of FPOG!

Although it seems that Fruity Pebbles have been around since the dawn of time (perhaps it’s the use of the prehistoric Flintstone family as their longtime mascots?) they are a relative newcomer to the breakfast cereal shelf of the grocery stores across the country, having only been introduce to the American market in 1970 (via Post Cereals). Other cereals that are still on shelves and in pantries. Such as Frosted Flakes and Golden Crisp date back to the 1950s.

Fruity pebbles

Fruity Pebbles were produce on the scene at the same time as their chocolate-flavored counterpart, Cocoa Pebbles. But it seems that every cereal eater has their own strongly-held belief about which of the two cereals is superior. A full bowl of the fruity variety looks like a beautiful vat of sugary confetti. And there is something about the tiny size of the cereal which makes it easy to rip through bowl after bowl of this breakfast classic.

 

Strains going by the name Fruity Pebbles have circulated since at least 2006, particularly in dispensaries in California. These strains are so name for smelling just like their namesake cereal. Although most are label as hybrid or as slightly Indica-dominant. The true genetics of this may be impossible to discern, as individual growers may use different parent strains or breeding techniques. According to a report provided to marijuannashop by Alaskan grower, Cannafrost. The THC composition of Fruity Pebbles was test in 2019 with a THC percentage high of 22.51%.

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