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Panama Red

Effects

  • Energetic
  • Focused
  • Happy
  • Hungry
  • Talkative
  • Dizzy
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth
  • Headache

Pairs Well With

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Housework
  • Eating
  • Going Out
  • Social Events

About this Sativa Strain

Panama Red is a classic, 100% sativa cannabis strain, being popular within the ‘60’s. Its deep green buds display fiery red pistils throughout. It emits a smell and produces a taste that is both reminiscent of herbal tea and/or wood, with undertones of fresh soil.

Panama Red is a landrace strain, being named after the country it was first bred within.

The THC level of Panama Red averages at 10% with some crops reaping in at 16%. Though it doesn’t have the highest THC levels out there, it’s renowned for its classic sativa effects of boosting energy, inducing creativity, and uplifting the spirits as all negativity leaves both the body and mind. This strain has been known to help with stomach issues and increase appetite as well. Panama Red is a great strain for both novice and veteran consumers alike.

Negative effects of Panama Red include headache, anxiousness, and dizziness when too much is consumed at once.

Growers should note Panama Red takes up to eleven weeks to fully flower. Because of its long cultivation time, its popularity from the 60’s slowly decreased with time, being replaced with faster growing strains that are more profitable.

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Panama Red is a classic, 100% sativa cannabis strain, being popular within the ‘60’s. Its deep green buds display fiery red pistils throughout. It emits a smell and produces a taste that is both reminiscent of herbal tea and/or wood, with undertones of fresh soil. Panama Red is a landrace…

Panama red strain

Other reviews have correctly identified this strain as being interchangeable between Santa Marta Red and Panamanian Red. A sativa that is so powerful for mood elevation, and so not mind THC at 15%, as it will rock in directions modern sativa examples do not.

Got a bag at Takoma Wellness Center in D.C. by Alternative Solutions and it smells amazing and the cerebral high is even better. I can get all kinds of work done with extra energy but no anxiety. This batch comes in at 31%!! It’s definitely worth the wait!

Smoke the red,goes straight to the head!i picked up a sack of this classic a few weeks ago at my local dispensary.coming in at 17%thc.very uplifting ,energetic.real good for that morning smoke to get your day started on a good note or for a second wind of energy in the afternoon.

laughed my ass off .

Classic buzz, love that it is all sativa and not unrealistic THC levels.

I found this at 1 of my favorite dispensaries (growers for over 40 years, a 3 generation family in the business; they grew the real deal) and what a fun high along with a trip 😎 down memory lane. First; THC content isn’t the only area to look at when it comes to getting great quality bud that will get you blazed. Terpene profiles, trychomes, and lineage are a few other factors in your marijuana desires. This is a euphoric, uplifting high that helps with CNS pain, back pain, and helps relieve nausea, or upset stomach. I love it as my wake and bake. It’s stony, cloud clearing, happy to giggly, focused, and stress/depression reducing is present. The Panama Red that I’m smoking and enjoying so much comes in at 13.32% THC, 0.05 CBD. I’m a heavy marijuana user who suffers with MS, Hyperthyroidism, severe disc degeneration and degenerative arthritis. I’ve been sick and in constant pain for 23 years. and counting. This awesome strain gets me very high and into my happy place. Don’t walk past a landrace becaus of THC %. Buy it and enjoy the pain and worry relieving fun high of this and try the Acapulco Gold too.

Another great landrace strain from the late 60’s- late 70’s. Everyone wanted the ” Red “!! Actually most of the real red that was around was Colombian Red from Santa Marta, not Panamanian. But at that point, it didn’t matter anymore!! One of the greatest of all time. It was called Red, because much of the time its color actually was light brownish red. Other times it would be different greenish and brown hues of light mahogany. Always a strong satisfying spacey and deep fun high, But not as uppy as the gold, more drowsy and knockout. Spicey taste and aroma Famous for producing bloodshot eyes, and some very serious cases of the munchies. I miss it dearly!! Highest rating

You don't have to be a stoner or medical marijuana patient to recognize the words "Panama Red." This truly old-school strain rose to prominence in the late 1960s thanks to its alluring name and pure sativa effects (sativa/indica ratio of 100:0). They include a distinctly cerebral high that comes …