Pink Rozay

The information presented on this page is intended solely for descriptive purposes and should not be considered a review or medical advice. The actual effects of the cannabis strain may vary. It is important to use marijuana responsibly. We recommend that you consult a healthcare professional before adding cannabis to your health regimen.

Quick info

Distinctive terpenes
Myrcene, caryophyllene, pinene
Helps with
Stress, anxiety, pain, appetite loss
Ease of growing
When to use






Sativa Indica

Effects & Usage



Pink Rozay is an Indica dominant strain that people often compare to its namesake wine. Like a glass of pink rosé, this cultivar delivers a happy, cheerful high – minus the hangover. The THC levels vary from 17-20%, while in some samples, it can go as high as 28%.


Pink Rozay is praised for its strong, cheerful high that uplifts the body and delivers a tingly sensation. The high is described as a rapid cerebral rush that elevates mood and ushers in an uplifting buzz, eventually cascading into the body as profound relaxation.

Although it features plenty of Indica characteristics, it is not overly sedating like other big-hitters such as Granddaddy Purple or Northern Lights. You will feel relaxed and enjoy some sensation of couchlock – but you will be awake and alert throughout this experience. As such, this is one of the few Indica varieties that may not be your best bet to ease insomnia.


Perfect for those battling fatigue, mood swings, or chronic stress, Pink Rozay’s ability to elevate and alleviate is a testament to its choice as a medicinal ally. Chronic pain sufferers, including those with muscle, skeletal, or nerve conditions, find respite in its comforting embrace.

Side effects

Due to its higher THC content, Pink Rozay should be enjoyed in moderation. Overindulgence may lead to dizzy spells, headaches, or heightened paranoia. As always, it’s recommended to start low and go slow, particularly for those new to cannabis or strains of higher potency.

Taste & Smell


This strain’s buds are a visual feast, displaying olive hues flushed with pink and dark purple, adorned with bright orange hairs and purple-white trichomes.

A berry patch of aromas greets the nose upon handling, with strawberries and earthy herbs leading the charge. Its flavour is equally enchanting, with berry and spicy floral notes topped with a nutty finish.



Pink Rozay’s genetic makeup is a blend of Indica Lemonchello #10 crossed with Lemon Pound Cake #75. The famous marijuana breeders Cookies Cultivation produced the strain, which carries an Indica-dominant (80/20) classification and a mid-high THC content. Its name beautifully reflects its appearance, with buds resembling a fine rosé’s blush.

Growing information

Not much information is available about growing Pink Rozay, but its Indica nature suggests it is a short-growing plant that can do well under indoor controlled conditions. Experienced growers can expect dense, resinous buds with high trichomes and THC levels.