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Panama red cannabis seeds
Very elaborated hybrid of great potency and vegetative vigor. It produces beautiful, large, dense flowers full of trichomes, often showing reddish and pinkish pistils when flowering, traits usually associated with the mythic Panama Red and Colombia Punto Rojo strains.

Panama red cannabis seeds

Panama combines 3 excellent sativas from Panama. It is one of the most popular, powerful and high yielding sativa in our catalog.

Very elaborated hybrid of great potency and vegetative vigor. It produces beautiful, large, dense flowers full of trichomes, often showing reddish and pinkish pistils when flowering, traits usually associated with the mythic Panama Red and Colombia Punto Rojo strains.

Panama is probably the best american pure sativa hybrid bred in the last 15 years.

Its aroma and effect are reminiscent of the best Colombian and Panama Red sativas from the 70’s.

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TERPENE ANALYSIS

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Tipo F8-F12 SEMI STABILIZED HYBRID
Format Feminized
Sativa / Indica ratio 100 % sativa
THC 15-21 %
CBD Null
CBG Up to 3 %
Flowering indoors 9-12 weeks
Flowering outdoors 3rd week of October
Yield High
Resistance against spider mites Average-High
Resistance against powder mildew Average
Resistance against botrytis High
Resistance against white fly Average
Resistance against cold Average-High
Resistance against heat High
Latitude 0º-45º
Genetics Hybrid between 3 panamanian sativa strains.
Structure Tall and branched sativa of great strength.
Bouquet Penetrating organic aroma, mainly lemon, vanilla and incense. In some phenos sweeter, with strawberry aromas.
High Very powerful, psychedelic and long lasting effect. The red pheno usually has a denser and heavier effect, while the green ones provide a much cleaner and energetic experience.
Terpene profile High amounts of terpinolene (almost 50%), followed by moderate contents of alpha pinene, beta pinene, limonene, and myrcene and trans-ocmene in smaller amounts. Sesquiterpenes: only guaiol.
Growing Tips Excellent adaptability to indoor growing.

Outdoors, it is also a very adaptable plant that has been successfully grown for years in temperate latitudes, and even in cold climates such as in southern France or Eastern Europe.

Genetic analyses performed at Phylos laboratories show that Panama has a unique and uncommon genotype, of moderate genetic variability. Panama is one of the best pure sativas available for the development of very powerful, aromatic, resinous and high yielding hybrids, with moderate flowering time and with excellent adaptability to indoor growing.

It accepts high levels of nutrients, producing an enormous harvest when the conditions are adequate.

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Panama red cannabis seeds
Moreover, it probes at the creative side of smokers, prompting a free association of ideas to flow in an endless stream. It also improves perception, allowing those to bask in their surroundings with amplified sights and sounds.

Panama Red Strain Review

by bonzablogadmin · Published November 16, 2018 · Updated February 12, 2019

A strain best paired with their coffee and some sunny-side-up, Panama Red is a classic Sativa that satisfies a craving for a fully energizing breakfast. A bowl of this ganja is all that is needed to equip for the long day ahead.

Its name is a dead giveaway to its origin at Panama, and this Central American weed is known to have spread its flower power back in the late 1960s. However, its popularity has shot down over the past few decades due to its rather lengthy growing time, but the high it delivers is just as groovy as it was back in its heydays.

With a THC reaching a moderate strength of up to 16%, it’s a friendly bud that both veterans and novice-users can use to pump up the system for motivation.

Panama Red Strain Quick Facts
Genetic Lineage Central American
Sativa / Indica Ratio 100/0
THC % 10% to 16%
CBD % 0.3%
Climate Warm climates
Flowering Period 11 to 12 weeks / Late October
Average Yield 350 to 450 g/sqm / 450 g/plant

Odor and Flavors

Grounding and heart-warming, Panama Red permeates a deep incense-like aroma with an earthy note at its base. It comes close to the mix of spicy and herbal tones of ginger tea, but hints of honey drop round out the aroma with a subtle sweetness that make it pleasant overall.

Its flavors are just as refreshing as it smells, with the smoke swirling smoothly in the lungs. As such, expect to toke this without triggering coughing fits.

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Effects

Nowadays, the cannabis industry is filled with highly potent strains stacked against one after another. Many of these are also Indica varieties. Those looking to simply float in a relaxed and refreshed state of mind may not have many options, that’s why Panama Red has risen from the grave and may be setting up its comeback.

It has enough kick to satisfy Sativa-enthusiasts needs: upbeat, energizing and uplifting without the risk of veering off into a mental race. As such, users are able to enjoy mellow kind of drive, one that sets of a smooth and comfortable ride throughout the day.

Moreover, it probes at the creative side of smokers, prompting a free association of ideas to flow in an endless stream. It also improves perception, allowing those to bask in their surroundings with amplified sights and sounds.

Such mental sharpness makes for an ideal smoke for those wanting to achieve an active day. However, it does have some psychedelic tendencies that make this better used for personal endeavors – whether it’s completing an unfinished project or spending a day out with friends.

Either way, expect the good vibes to last a long time. Despite being pure Sativa, the high tends to taper off into a mild relaxation that eases the body. After being fired up on the onset, settling into its soothing effects makes for a perfect ending.

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Adverse Reactions

Due to its moderate potency, users are more likely to experience cottonmouth and dry eyes. This is commonly found in other variants and can easily be soothed by simply taking glasses of water. It is unlikely to cause much psychological effects, although on rare cases, beginners who may be especially sensitive to effects of THC may still be vulnerable to paranoia or dizziness.

Medical Use and Benefits

Panama Red is a positive influence in that it possesses excellent medicinal values. For one, this old timey strain can handle its own weight against stress. Throwing anxieties and the hassles of mundane life to the wind, even those with depression or anxiety can be liberated from the confines of mental woes. Furthermore, the focused high also helps sufferers of ADHD retain concentration on single tasks, to allow for a productive time.

The boost in energy is also known to help relieve symptoms of fatigue, and the high slips into mellow body effects that eminently relieve minor aches such as headaches or migraines. Indeed, this strain equips its users with all the right tools to fully enjoy the day.

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Growing Panama Red

One of the main reasons why Panama Red has fallen behind is its rather arduous growing process. Its lengthy flowering time make it less ideal for the modern, fast-paced market.

Additionally, those looking to snag its seeds can only find it from the original breeder, Reeferman. Of course, being a pure Sativa means it grows at a height of up to 200 cm, making this challenging to manage indoors. As such, trimming it is necessary if users want to cultivate it in restricted spaces.

On that note, it takes 11 to 12 weeks of flowering time for it to yield about 450 to 550 grams per square meter.

Taking it outdoors would require a tropical climate, which also makes it quite difficult as users should keep it away from humidity or frost. Harvest time is usually ready by late October with an average yield of 550 grams per plant.

Have you grown or used Panama Red Strain? If not, would you like to get your hands on this strain? Please leave a comment to let us know what you think. We want to hear from you.