Hashish varieties are 25% high THC, 50% THC/CBD, and 25% high CBD. I have tested thousands of hashish plants via GC analysis and this is how all the populations worked out, except a few that had an even higher % of CBD or CBD/THC plants. It is because hashish smokers do not smoke individual plants they smoke resin from many at a time, so they have no way of knowing if the most resinous plants have THC or THC/CBD or only CBD, they just use the plants with the most resin to keep the seeds from, after a just few years the CBD levels rise and rise.
Ganja farmers do smoke individual plants and only keep the seeds of the very best smoke, so very little CBD, if any, and lots of THC.
Originally Posted by Only Ornamental
No THC does not automatically mean that it's a wild or feral one. Within every hash/charas plant population there are many of the THC type, some less of the mixed THC/CBD type but always a few ones with only CBD. Maybe you've had bad luck and got just the latter one? Would explain the high CBD content...
Your right, a clear delimitation does not exist. Still, good ganja plants may also give a lot of nice seeds and from what I've read may also contain useful quantities of fibres (maybe 25% instead of 35% like in Fibrimon and co.). And those folks in the Himalaya not only use their plants for everything but they rely on wild growing hemp/cannabis. Clearly, there is a strong influence of nature and a minor one of men; a plant found there could be anything. You might test the CBD content of your specimen? Guess, that above ~5% would make it a drug type and clearly improve the success rate and performance of crosses...
By the way, how did you get it?