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Hybrid - 50% Sativa /50% Indica THC: 7% - 15%, CBD: 12%, CBN: 1%
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GENETICS: MK Ultra x G13 Haze
APPEARANCE: As the name suggests, Purple Kush is very purple, especially when grown at low temperatures. It has great trichome production and dense nugs.
SMELL: It has a mix of earthy, woody and citrus flavors, slightly piney aroma.
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Also, this strain is an even blend of sativa and indica (50:50 sativa/indica ratio). It's a great medical strain high in CBD, a chemical used to treat severe seizures and other conditions. But it's very low in THC 7–15% at most – so Cannatonic isn't a good bet for getting high, despite its name. The high, such as it is, is relaxed and uplifting with both mental and physical qualities.
Cannatonic has an earthy smell, with a woody citrus flavor. In addition, It's most popular in the Pacific Northwest, California, and Michigan. More to that, This strain is best for treating epilepsy and pain, as it provides a deep feeling of relaxation with uplifting cerebral effects.
Also, Cannatonic is a unique hybrid strain bred by Spanish seed bank Resin Seeds specifically for its low THC content (rarely above 6%) and high CBD content (6-17%). A cross between a female MK Ultra and a famous G13 Haze male, it produces a relatively short-lived, mellow high that is also uplifting and powerfully relaxing, thanks to the high CBD content. As one of the premier medical strains, Cannatonic is often used to treat pain, muscle spasms, anxiety, migraines, and a wide variety of other physiological and psychological symptoms. Most phenotypes present with a slight earthy odor and a mild, sweet, vaguely citrusy flavor.
Cannatonic is a hybrid blend of MK Ultra, an indica, and the legendary G-13 Haze, an indica-dominant hybrid. The strain was bred to produce a greater ratio of sativa to indica, and that helps keep the head high clear. Possible side effects include dry mouth, while anxiety and paranoia are less likely.