Apples and Bananas Marijuana Strain Information

Apples and Bananas

Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 23% – 30%, CBD: 2%

Apples and Bananas is an evenly balanced hybrid strain (50% indica/50% sativa) created through crossing the delicious [(Platinum Cookies X Granddaddy Purple) X Blue Power] X Gelatti strains. When it comes to the flavor of this bud, the name says it all. Apples and Bananas packs a sweet and fruity taste that’s filled with delicious sugary bananas and sharply sour apples, with a touch of black pepper to it, too. The aroma takes a spicier turn, with sharp punches of savory diesel and sweet chemicals added in. The Apples and Bananas high is just as delicious, with full-bodied effects that will hit you hard and leave you dazed. You’ll feel the heady effects almost immediately, lifting your mind into a state of happy euphoria that’s accompanied by a boost of creativity. As you find your mind wandering through artistic ideas and visions, a deeply relaxing tingle will begin to work its way throughout your entire body. This buzzing effect can turn stimulating and arousing at times, too. These effects combined with its super high 23-30% average THC level and 2% CBD level make Apples and Bananas a great choice for treating chronic pain, depression, chronic stress, appetite loss or nausea and muscle spasms or cramps. This bud has grape-shaped fluffy forest green nugs with deep purple leaves, matching undertones and thin orange hairs.

The dense and chunky Apples and Bananas buds are made of coiled, olive-green and violet leaves. Long orange pistils appear sparsely, while a coat of white trichome hairs lends the buds a frosted appearance.

Apples and Bananas offers a fruity aroma, rich with apples and spices. The banana is harder to make out in the midst of gassy fumes and a strong pine odor. The flavor of sour apples and spices mix with the funky taste of gas and pine for a unique flavor.

Users have reported a powerful cerebral euphoria, with a numbing body buzz. This versatile hybrid can very easily be used to wake and bake, or as a late night snack.One user found himself doing some creative writing, another in the gym, and another binge ate.

Apples and Bananas

Reviewers unanimously agreed that the Apples and Bananas strain was strong and not for the faint of heart. Apples and Bananas is a versatile hybrid that reviewers say could fit the needs of many users, especially those looking for potency! We’ve found this strain testing at 28.5% THC, so the labs clearly agree.

Lab Data

Beta Myrcene:2.19%
Alpha Pinene:0.626%

What is Apples and Bananas?

Apples and Bananas is a potent hybrid from Cookies, known for its fruity flavor.

Where does Apples and Bananas come from?

The Apples and Bananas strain comes from Cookies, in a breeding process involving multiple crosses. First, Platinum Cookies is crossed with Grandaddy Purple. This offspring then mates with Blue Power. The result of this is finally bred with Gelatti.

What does Apples and Bananas smell like?

This strain smells like spicy apples, with hints of diesel and pine.

What Apples and Bananas taste like?

Apples and Bananas has a sour apple and pine flavor, with gassy undertones and a spicy aftertaste.

What color does Apples and Bananas have?

The dense and chunky Apples and Bananas buds are made of coiled, olive-green and violet leaves. Long orange pistils appear sparsely, while a coat of white trichome hairs lends the buds a frosted appearance.

What effects does Apples and Bananas have?

Users have reported a powerful cerebral euphoria and numbing body buzz as well as stimulation of appetite and creativity.

Is Apples and Bananas an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

Apples and Bananas is a balanced-hybrid, approximately 50% Indica and 50% Sativa.

Apples and Bananas


[(Platinum Cookies X Granddaddy Purple) X Blue Power] X Gelatti strains.

Platinum Cookies

Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 18% – 26%, CBN: 1%

Platinum Cookies, also known as “Platinum GSC” or “Platinum Girl Scout Cookies,” is an evenly balanced hybrid (50% indica/50% sativa) strain created through crossing the classic OG Kush X Durban Poison strains. This bud gets its name from its crazy frosty appearance and sweet cookie kush flavor. Platinum Cookies buds have dense dark olive green nugs with dark amber hairs and a super thick coating of tiny bright white crystal trichomes that cover each and every inch of the nugs. The aroma of Platinum Cookies is a lot like the flavor, although it does take on a heavy musky effect that’s pretty fragrant and pungent. The Platinum Cookies high is every bit as enjoyable as the classic GSC high but with amplified effects. It starts with a euphoric boost that lifts your spirits and leaves you feeling happy and completely at ease. As your mind soars through bliss, your body will fall victim to a tingly body buzz that leaves you utterly relaxed and completely at ease. Because of these effects and its powerful 18-26% average THC level, Platinum Cookies is often chosen by patients who need sweet relief from conditions such as chronic anxiety or stress, nausea, and migraines or tension headaches.

Granddaddy Purple

Granddaddy Purple (aka Grand Daddy Purps) is one of the most popular Indica strains on the west coast and is perhaps the most well known ‘purple’ cannabis strain in the US.

Created back in 2003 by Ken Estes in the San Francisco Bay Area, Ken and his team sought out to create the ultimate Indica hybrid by merging two strains with fantastic genetics – Purple Urkle and Big Bud. The product of these two, Grand Daddy Purple, is a spitting image of it’s parents’ two best qualities – the deep and dark purple hue from Purple Urkle and the overgrown, dense buds of Big Bud. The dark purple buds blend well with the bright orange hairs and frosted white trichomes that generously cover the bud making it an extremely photogenic strain.

From San Francisco down to Los Angeles, Granddaddy Purple is one of the most sought after Indica strains due to it’s Hollywood looks and classic Indica effects. Despite this popularity, however, many growers and those working in the dispensary world have claimed that Grand Daddy Purps is almost identical to another famous purple strain – Grape Ape.

Blue Power

Blue Power is an indica-dominant hybrid that allows for some therapeutic lounging. This well-rounded strain comes from a complicated genetic background: it is the product of Sour Double, Master Kush, The White, and Blue Moonshine. It was created by Vegas-based producers Sin City Seeds, the same group responsible for strains like Happy Nightmare. Blue Power’s rich lineage results in a stoney body high and a robust, fulfilling flavor profile. Blue Power’s THC content has been measured at between 18% and an impressive 27%.

Note that breeders Vision Seeds have also created a strain labeled Blue Power, created as a cross between Blueberry, White Widow, and Skunk #1.

Sin City’s Blue Power makes its bag appeal known right away. The medium-sized flowers show off distinctively tapered, spade-like shapes. Despite a psychoactive profile that leans more indica, these buds appear characteristically sativa, with fluffy, piecey leaves that can be easily torn away from their central stems. The leaves themselves are a vibrant shade of spring green and are shot through with fiery orange pistils. Some phenotypes of Blue Power also exhibit shades of deep blue and purple these hues come about when high concentration of anthocyanin pigments in the strain’s genetics are excited by colder than average temperatures during the growing process. Finally, notoriously sticky parent strain The White passes on its penchant for trichome production: Blue Power’s flowers are coated with cloudy white resin.


Gelatti is a hybrid marijuana strain bred by crossing Gelato and Biscotti. This strain is hard to find outside of California (like most strains from Cookies). The effects of Gelatti are known to be relaxing. Gelatti packs a punch with dense, kushy nugs that come with big oily trichomes. The straight gas terpenes will make any old school OG lover’s day with a thick mouthful that coats your senses as you exhale into a stoney haze. 

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