Passion Fruit often produces medium-to-large flowers that feature mint-green and eggplant-coloured leaves, iced with sugary white trichomes, mixed with thick orange pistils that resemble shaved carrots.
Passion Fruit presents sweet, tropical and sour flavours that may remind you of its namesake fruit. This strain is dominated by terpenes that include caryophyllene, myrcene and pinene. Caryophyllene, found in abundance in sweet spices such as cinnamon and cloves, is also thought to interact with the human endocannabinoid system, similarly to cannabinoids such as THC. Myrcene is responsible for the rich, tropical notes in Passion Fruit, and may also provide a feeling of soft relaxation in some cases. Sour, citrussy notes are courtesy of pinene, which some patients report also delivers an uplifting or euphoric experience in combination with THC.