There’s a floral aroma mixed in with a skunky pungency in Pink Panther buds, and the smoke tastes sweet and flowery, with hints of pine and pear slices. This heady sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain creates frosty, irregular shaped nugs with a smell of fruits and pine.
The Pink Panther’s buzz hits the head and the body in a balanced fashion, alleviating headaches, migraines, depression, stress, mood swings, and anxiety. It may also work well to treat chronic pain, arthritis, tight muscles, cramps, nausea, and insomnia. It’s a good strain for all around use, whether morning, day, evening, or night.
Lab tests put its cannabinoid content around 22-24% THC, and CBD at around 0.5%.
Potential side effects from Pink Panther use may include anxiety, restlessness, paranoia, or headaches. These side effects become greater possibilities in patients and social users who are sensitive to sativa-dominant strains.
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The genetics behind Pink Panther, as well as who bred it, are unknown.