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:
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.