About Pink Rozay
Pink Rozay is a heavy indica-dominant strain (80/20) owing to its genetic makeup: parts of the indica Lemonchello #10 crossed with the Lemon Pound Cake #75 strains. These strains give it a mid-high THC content around 17% and a famously fruity taste and smell that draws cannabis novices to its inviting experience.
The first thing you’ll notice about the plant is that it was named beautifully to match its look. Pink Rozay grows olive nugs that flush pink and dark purple under the surface. They’re covered in orange hairs, and bright purple and white trichomes. They’re as appealing to the eyes as to the nose: when you pull the dense nugs apart, you’ll be greeted by a berry patch of smells. Strawberries, nutty, earthy herbs, and other berries will flood your senses. It’s fruity and sweet but also rustic. It’s a fairytale smell.
If that wasn’t enough, people dig the taste because it’s so inviting: hints of those berries, herbs, spicy flower, and nutty undertones. When the high hits you, you’ll understand the sweet, inviting smells: the head high has the same feeling. It’s strong, but cheerful.
The novices drawn to the sights and smells of the Pink Rozay strain will get what they bargained for (maybe more) with the high. It hits hard at first, but uplifts your body, giving you a tingly daze that leaves you happy and satisfied.
Pink Rozay is one of those strains that both recreational and medicinal users love for its relaxing properties. People suffering from arthritis, muscle spasms, cramps, pain, nerve conditions, and other feelings caused by or contributing to elevated anxiety levels chase Pink Rozay for its fruity taste, pleasing earthy aroma, and full body high.