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Sativa Pam Panama Red
Out of 37 ratings:
/ 4 Outstanding
Reviews:
33

Highlights

Panama Red is best described as an old-school cannabis classic. Originating from Panama, this pure sativa rose to stardom in the late 1960’s thanks to its typical sativa effects: speedy and intense, bordering on psychedelic. As cannabis cultivation matured, Panama Red, which has a lengthy flowering time of at least 11 weeks, was left behind for faster growing strains and increased profits. However, those who fondly recall days of its prominence love its smooth medicating experience and loftily contemplate its revival. If you can get your hands on this sentimental throwback, do not hesitate to groove down memory lane and enjoy the ride.

Strain Attributes

  • Flavors
Panama Red has the following taste and smell flavor profile:
  • Effects
  • Medical
  • Negatives
Panama Red makes patients feel:
Creative
Euphoric
Happy
Relaxed
Sleepy
Panama Red helps patients relieve:
Cramps
Depression
Fatigue
Pain
Stress
Used to help with: Anxiety, Migraines, Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, ADD/ADHD
Unfortunately, patients may experience:
Dizzy
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Headache
Paranoid

Panama Red Availability

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Anonymous -- 5/11/2014
"I try other strains but have to say that this is the one that gives me options. Whether it is the THC content or cannabinoid levels, I don't know those details about P-Red, but th..." Read more
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Anonymous -- 8/16/2014
"Most amazing high ever but I once did smoke with a couple others and they threw up? Everyone thought it was k2 but I got it from my dispensary. Cops came out and everything. I felt..." Read more
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Panama Red Genetics Information

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By: Kayla Williams 3/17/2014
This infographic is the ultimate connoisseurs guide for flavor matching cannabis and beer.
By: Bailey Rahn 1/28/2014
Many growers believe the earliest cannabis strains sprouted in the Hindu Kush region of Afghanistan and Pakistan and eventually spread to other areas. We call these indigenous strains landraces.

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