THC levels are relatively high in this indica-dominant hybrid, 25% in some tests, meaning a rapid body high that can be deeply relaxing. CBD content, on the other hand, is very low, much less than 1%. Pitbull has a sativa/indica ratio of 20:80, so there isn’t much in the way of cerebral effect or energy kick. But the physical high is enjoyable and calming, with a tingly sensation and a mood boost. This strain can be used to alleviate anxiety, depression, mood swings, migraines and other headaches, GI distress, nausea, chronic pain, and insomnia, making it an unusually effective choice for medical use. Negative effects may include dry mouth and red eyes, while dizziness and paranoia are possible but less likely. Pitbull is a cross of P-91, a sativa-dominant hybrid out of California, and Sugar Plum, an award-winning U.S. strain. Pitbull smells like lemons and flowers, while it tastes of lavender and lemons. The buds have a light green appearance. This strain can be found on the legal markets in the Pacific Northwest and in Arizona. Elsewhere it’s not as common.