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Old 07-06-2017, 02:52 PM #31
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Panama x Bangi Haze cannabinoid and terpene analysis

Here are the cannabinoid and terpene analysis of the Panama x Bangi Haze released this year. Sample provided by The English Cut, thanks friend Sample was grown organically outdoors in the colder and rainy north of Spain.

It's the Panama Goddess x Bangi Haze F29 hybrid. You can find the analysis of both parental plants in the posts #9 and #2 (respectively) in the first page of this thread.

This Panama x Bangi Haze sample shows a moderate/high THC content (around 16,5 %), slightly higher than both parental plants, very high THC/CBD ratio (due lack of CBD) and a remarkable CBG content (close to 3 %), even higher CBG content than both parental plants too.

Main monoterpenes found in the sample are terpinolene, alpha pinene, myrcene, beta pinene, then limonene, trans ocimene and 3 carene. Sesquiterpenes found in the sample are nerolidol 1, beta caryophylene, guaiol, then alpha bisabolol and alpha humelene.
Very complex terpene profile in both: monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes.

I can confirm about the potency and complexity of the effect of this hybrids and concretely of this sample. It delivers a super complex, long lasting and deep sativa effect, very thought provoking and that moves a lot your more inner psychology, you must have your mind, heart and soul in the right place for not being overwhelmed by the intensity of the effects. The buds have a very intense smell and taste of fermented citrics (lemon), slightly incensey and woody too. Closer to Panama Goddess kind of aromas than Bangi Haze F29 parental plant.
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Pure Mauritius landrace sativa cannabinoid and terpene analysis

Here are the cannabinoid and terpene analysis of a new pure sativa landrace coming from Mauritius islands we are working with since 2015.

Sativas from this part of the world are rare and always interesting to explore, they are also unpolluted tropical sativas, without any modern indica influence or any influence from western genetics.

Despite Mauritius is located in a subtropical latitude, this pure Mauritius landrace is a super wild extreme tropical sativa of very long floweting time (16-20 weeks), wild and extremely tropical at the level of Oldtimer's Haze. Yield is low too.

Pure Mauritius grows tall and branchy, with medium node length, very thin pure sativa leaves, very light green color, extremely flexible stems, shows also the extreme lateral branching typical of the Zamal sativas from the neighbouring Reunion Island, although i find this pure mauritius has a different psychoactivity and terpene profile than most zamal i've tried.

We have found 2 main phenos (based on effects and terpene profiles) in this pure mauritius sativa. The first pheno (female 7 in the analysis) produces classic floral/fruity/woody african sativa aromas and tastes, it's the stronger pheno of the line, with higher THC content, providing a very clear, uplifting and exciting mental effect without body effect or hangover.

The second pheno (female 6 in the analysis) is less powerful and has lesser THC content, but offers a more interesting terpene profile: it has a very pleasant sweet lavender aroma. The effect is weaker than first pheno but i find the effect of this second pheno very desirable: clear, pleasant, positive and anxyolitic effect, it's not nervous or electric like the first pheno.

We had to deal with a few hermies and a few low vigorous plants through the selection process with the strain, but at the end we end up finding good vigorous parental plants from both phenos that are sexually firm. Males are not very frequent in the line (like it usually happens with most of the true extreme tropical sativa landraces) but finally we have found a good vigorous male that seems to be sexually firm too. We need to do more outdoor tests with the strain this season before decide whether we finally release or not this landrace strain in the future.

Now let's comment about the analysis of both phenos. The samples analyzed were grown indoors in our first testing with the strain, so i think their cannbinoid and terpene content could be a bit higher if they are grown outdoors in a climate with a benign, sunny and warm autumn. We will see outdoors this season.

This Mauritius sativa has overall a moderate THC content for a P1 landrace sativa, and high a THC/CBD ratio (due the lack of CBD). Pheno 1 (female 7) has the higher THC content (7,3 %), a bit of CBG (0.5 %), the second pheno (female 6) has lower THC content (around 4 %) and also a bit of CBG (0,25 %).

The terpene profiles are clearly different in each pheno, as the graphics of the analysis show, having the second pheno a more complex terpene profile. Main monoterpenes found in the first pheno (woody, floral, slightly fruity) are alpha pinene, trans ocimene, beta myrcene and beta pinene. Sesquiterpenes found in the first pheno are beta caryophyllene and humelene. On the other hand, main monoterpenes found in the second pheno (sweet lavender smelling pheno) are beta myrcene, trans ocimene, alpha pinene, limonene and linalool. Sesquiterpenes found in the second pheno are mainly beta caryophyllene, then humelene and nerolidol 2.
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Hi

We have modified a bit the design of our website so all the cannabinoid and terpene analysis we currently have available from the different ACE Seeds landraces, inbred lines and hybrids are from now onwards posted in the frontpage of the description of each strain at our website (I will keep posting them here in this thread too). For example:

https://www.aceseeds.org/en/brands/a...malawifem.html

I know this scientifical info can be 'boring' for some people, but i find it vital to have a better and wider view of the genetic background of our releases. The analytics also provide objective and irrefutable facts about the genetics being discussed.

I think it should be a must for the breeders, seed companies, etc ... to really explain in detail the genetic background of their strains and to provide objective and scientific information about them. Cannabis community is only starting to understand the synergy between all the cannabinois and terpenes that this amazing plant can produce, so i think is important be make an effort to school each other in this sense and to get and share these kind of analytics.

Now the strain descriptions at our website also state the cannabigerol (CBG) content of our strains. I think it is also time to start to understand better about the CBG properties (its medicinal qualities and also how CBG interacts with the psychoactive effect of cannabis).

Unfortunately, we don't have all the cannabinoid and terpene analysis of all the ACE strains released, but we will add them to our website and in this thread as soon as we get new analytics. We are doing our best (spending lots of resources, with the greatly appreciated contributions from other growers too) to get as many good analytics from our genetics as we can. In fact, we have recently brought more samples of old and new ACE Seeds strains that currently we don't have analytics for them. I will post the results as soon as we receive them.

An interesting point to clarify. Not all the labs use the same standards to be able to detect all the cannabinoids and terpenes that cannabis has to offer, so analysis coming from one lab or other may differ in the info they can provide. In fact, new lab standards are still being developed to be able to find rarer cannabinoids and terpenes that nowadays most of the labs cannot detect in their analytics with their current analysis standards.

Another interesting point to clarify. The results of the cannabinoid and terpene analysis of a sample can provide very valuable info about that concrete sample/parental plant and strain, but may be not fully representative of a whole line (especially when working with unstable poly hybrids that can produce lots of different phenos with different cannabinoid and terpene profiles). To make it properly in a real scientific and statistical way, thousands of plants from a concrete line should be grown and analyzed, and then make real representative averages, but unfortunately cannabis industry has not reached this step yet (hopefully soon!) and only big pharma companies can do this kind of massive analysis nowadays.
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Nepal Jam cannabinoid and terpene analysis

Nepal Jam cannabinoid and terpene analysis, the analyzed sample was grown outdoors organically past season around 40ºN latitude in a highland continental climate.

The sample shows that Nepal Jam has a moderate/high THC content (14 %) for an inbred line (F6), a high THC:CBD ratio with only slight amounts of CBD (0.45 %) and no presence of CBG and THCV.

Very high content of myrcene monoterpene, followed by also remarkable content of nerolidol and beta caryophyllene sesquiterpenes. Then only traces of beta pinene, camphene, alpha pinene, linalool mono terpenes and Guaiol sesquiterpene.
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Orient Express cannabinoid and terpene analysis

Orient Express cannabinoid and terpene analysis, the analyzed sample was grown outdoors organically past season around 40ºN latitude in a highland continental climate.

The sample shows that Orient Express has a moderate/high THC content (16 %), a high THC:CBD ratio with very little content of CBD (0.15 %) and no presence of CBG and THCV.

The analyzed sample has a very high content of myrcene and alpha pinene monoterpenes, then followed by also remarkable content of beta pinene mono terpene, nerolidol sesquiterpene, p cymene and camphene mono terpenes, beta caryophyllene and bisabolol sesquiterpenes, then traces of humelene and isopulegol mono terpenes, guaiol sesquiterpene and linalool and terpinolene monoterpenes. Quite a complex terpene profile.
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Orient Express X Nepal Jam cannabinoid and terpene analysis

Here are the cannabinoid and terpene analysis of the new Orient Express (F1, green hashy indica chinese pheno, reversed) x Nepal Jam (F6, purple indica pheno, reversed) limited edition released in 2018.

Orient Express x Nepal Jam has a quite high THC content (close to 18 %), higher than both parental plants used to create the hybrid due to the hybrid vigor. It has a high THC:CBD ratio with very little content of CBD (0.10 %) and no presence of CBG and THCV.

Its terpene profile is closer to Nepal Jam than Orient Express, although it is a bit more complex and with overall a higher terpene content than straight Nepal Jam.

The analyzed sample has a very high content of myrcene monoterpene followed by beta caryophyllene and nerolidol sesquiterpenes, then in lesser quantities: camphene, humelene, alpha pinene, beta pinene monoterpenes and then traces of linalool monoterpene, guaiol sesquiterpene and p cymene and alpha terpinene monoterpenes.
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PCK x Kali China cannabinoid and terpene analysis

Cannabinoid and terpene analysis of a sample of the Purple PCK 2002 x Kali China F3 (more sativa KC parental plant) hybrid.

The sample shows a moderate THC content (close to 12 %), more or less on the average between both parental plants. It has a high THC:CBD ratio due only having traces of CBD. There's no presence of CBG or THCV.

This first version of this hybrid (in the second one i used a F4 more hashplant type of Kali China parental plant) had 2 distinctive phenotypes: the purple one, obviously leaning towards the PCK; and green fruity pheno, which has more influence from the F3 Kali China parental plant.

The terpene profile of the sample shows a super high content of humelene sesquiterpene, and only traces of alpha pinene, beta myrcene, terpinolene, beta pinene, p cymene, ocimene, isopulegol, camphene, 3 carene and alpha terpinene monoterpenes and guaiol, beta caryophyllene and nerolidol sesquiterpenes.
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PCK x Panama cannabinoid and terpene analysis

Cannabinoid and terpene analysis of a new Purple PCK 2002 x Panama Goddess (F10) hybrid.

This new hybrid has never been released commercially (not even privately as far as i can remember), as we just produced a few dozens of seeds of the hybrid and most of them were grown in the farm by our licensed collaborator. The outcome of the hybrid was really interesting and was rated among the best hybrids we tested past season (and many many new hybrids were tested last season), getting the best desirable traits from both lines. Indeed we consider it (along with Malawi x PCK) as the one of the best sativa x PCK hybrids that can be done.

A single seed germinated from this hybrid also won the 2nd prize in a local cannabis cup in Zaragoza, Spain. Pics of the PCK X Panama hybrid can be found here:

https://www.icmag.com/ic/showpost.ph...0&postcount=18

The third pic shows even the typical PCK purple colors with the Panama classic pink pistil trait. Beside its beauty, which is obvious, all her other traits (vigor, adaptability, resin production, quality of terpenes and effects, resistance against outdoor conditions, etc ...) are outstanding, so we are considering to reproduce again the hybrid with the same parental plants when we have the chance, this time producing much more seeds so it can be released to the public.

Now let's comments about the results of the analysis.

The cannabinoid analysis of the sample shows a quite high THC content (around 15 %), a THC content closer to Panama rather than PCK. It has a very high THC:CBD ratio due having only traces of CBD (0.04%). Curiously this Panama Goddess hybrid has not the remarkable CBG content that are so typical with the crosses of this parental plant. In fact it's the first Panama Goddess cross that has not shown CBG content, which makes me think/doubt about the analysis standard that this concrete lab has to detect CBG. Or maybe i'm wrong and the sample in fact lacked of CBG. There's also no presence of THCV.

The terpene profile of the sample is quite complex and interesting, as it contains as main terpene a sesqui terpene (nerolidol) when most of the strains show usually as main terpenes the most relevant monoterpenes. Nerolidol is followed in order of content by beta myrcene mono terpene, bisabolol sesqui terpene, humelene and cymene mono terpenes and beta caryophyllene sesquiterpene, and only traces of isopulegol, beta pinene, linalool and camphene mono terpenes.
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Early Bubba Hash cannabinoid and terpene analysis

And here's the big surprise from the recent cannabinoid analysis.

That's why it is so important to bring to the lab representative samples of the strains (especially the new ones) so we have the chance to discover unexpected cannabinoid contents and ratios that only lab analysis can provide.

Early Bubba Hash cannabinoid analytics have shown that the strain has a high CBD content (around to 10-12 %) and a low THC content (3-4 %). Her THC:CBD ratio is 1:3. No presence of THCV or CBG.

Despite the THC content is low for modern standards, the CBD content of this sample is really interesting and remarkable, because beside the Cannatonic lines, which are nowadays the main source for CBD breeding worldwide, now we also have another source for high CBD content from another completely different family.

Early Bubba Hash is a 3 way afghani polyhybrid between Bubba Kush Katsu, Hashplant 90s and ErdPurt, but the results of the analysis confirm the 1:3 THC:CBD chemotype is stable in all the plants.

3 different cannabinoid analysis from 3 different Early Bubba Hashes, along with an oil analysis of the strain.

The terpene profile of Early Bubba Hash sample is really complex and interesting as well. Main terpenes found in the sample are alpha pinene monoterpene and nerolidol and guaiol sesquiterpenes. Followed in order of content by cymene and beta pinene monoterpenes, then only traces of isopulegol, myrcene, humelene, linalool, camphene monoterpenes, then beta caryophyllene sesquiterpene, then ocimene, limonene, alpha terpinene, terpineol, terpinolene and 3 carene monoterpenes.
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Oaxaca 79 cannabinoid and terpene analysis

A per request of the users, here are the Oaxaca 79 cannabinoid and terpene analysis from the Oaxaca #8 and #24 parental plants, the other 2 oaxacan parental plants we also keep (#16 and #23) produce an equally interesting finished product, although they have not been analyzed yet.

This old school oaxacan sativa line from the late 70s has a moderate/high THC content (12-14 %) for a landrace, a very high THC/CBD ratio (null CBD content) with traces or small amounts of CBG.

The terpene profile is the more complex we have found in a landrace line so far, the graphics look like a rainbow, very rich in sesqui terpenes too, simply amazing!

Both terpene analysis show a quite uniform terpene profile for the monoterpenes. The main monoterpenes found in Oaxaca 79 are terpinolene, followed by beta pinene, trans ocimene and limonene, then alpha pinene, beta myrcene and linalool.

The main sesquiterpene found in the samples is beta caryophyllene, followed by alpha humelene, guaiol and trans nerolidol, then alpha bisabolol (only found in parental plant #8) and oxide caryophyllene (only found in parental plant #24).
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