Ghanica is the newest cultivar release from Theraplant to the Connecticut Medical Marijuana Program. Dispensaries should have these flowers available to patients tomorrow from what we hear. It looks pretty from the pictures of the flowers, but is it for you?
According to Theraplant has the following to say.
Ghanica, its name paying homage to this strain’s history, is a dark purple, sweet-smelling beauty. Both its aroma & its appearance remind us of fresh concord grapes. While Ghanica may not make the best fruit juice, it certainly makes for one great Indica.
That’s not a really helpful description if you ask us. So what is it?
Therapant Ghanica aka Purple Afghan Kush
Profile: Ghanica T21 8079
CANNABINOID ANALYSIS: THC-A: 20.3% THC: 0.40% CBD-A: <0.10% CBD: <0.10% CBG-A: 0.61% CBG: 0.11% CBN: <0.10% CBC: <0.10% THC-V: <010% CBD-V: <0.10%
TERPENE ANALYSIS: α-Pinene: <0.10% ß-Pinene: <0.10% Limonene: <0.10% ß-Myrcene: 0.35% Ocimene: <0.10% Linalool: <0.10% ß-Caryophyllene: <0.10% Humulene: <0.10%
Afghan Purple Kush Cannabis Strain
According to CannaSOS:
Afghan Purple Kush cannabis strain is a pure Indica with a THC average of 15-21% and a CBD average of 1%. It tastes woody with pine needles and smells similar but more earthy and fragrant. It can treat pain, anxiety and muscle spasms. Afghan Purple Kush cannabis strain is best for evening usage.
Type of High
Afghan Purple Kush cannabis strain’s high is deeply relaxing and penetratingly calming, quelling any negative or racing thoughts with its intense body stone.
Lineage: Afghan Purple Kush cannabis strain is a cross between Afghan Kush and Purple Kush cannabis strains.
Indica / Sativa Ratio