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Cannatonic

Cannatonic

Strain Type : Hybrid (50%)

Origin : Resin Seeds

THC Content : 7% - 15%
CBD Content : 12%
Taste & Smell :
  • Citrus
  • Diesel
  • Earthy
  • Spicy
  • Sweet
  • Woody
Positive Effect :
  • Cerebral
  • Euphoric
  • Focused
  • Happy
  • Relaxed
Side Effects :
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth
Medical Applications : ADD/ADHD / Anxiety / Arthritis / Bipolar Disorder / Chronic Pain / Depression / Epilepsy / Fibromyalgia / Headaches / Inflammation / Migraines / Multiple Sclerosis / Muscle Spasms / Parkinson’s / PTSD / Seizures / Stress
Category
Lineage :  

(Reina Madre) x (NYC Diesel)

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Cannatonic is a famous cannabis strain that’s a 50/50 hybrid mix of Reina Madre (Queen Mother) and NYC Diesel. The award-winning strain is popular with medical cannabis patients because of its unique, near-even THC/CBD ratio. One of the first popular CBD medical strains, Cannatonic’s history in treating patients is long-standing and precedes the Charlotte Figi story that brought high CBD strains into popularity in 2013. Cannatonic was bred by Resin Seeds, a Spanish seed bank. NYC Diesel is a mix of Mexican and Afghani landraces, and Reina Madre is a cross between La Reunion, an unknown Sativa, and Congo #1.

TASTE & SMELL –

The flowers smell and taste similar to Diesel varieties. Cannatonic delivers mild flavors reminiscent of spicy mandarin.

EFFECTS –

The CBD levels of Cannatonic keep the buzz at a minimum. So, despite its catchy name, you’ll stay completely grounded with this cultivar.

MEDICAL USES –

The CBD queen is a complete stress buster and an ideal option for patients with ADD, bipolar disorder, depression, PTSD, and anxiety. Additionally, this strain may help to treat seizures and help reduce the severity of migraines.

GROW INFO –

Cannatonic isn’t the best choice of cultivar for the novice cannabis grower. She is moderately challenging to grow, a difficult feeder requiring a close eye on her reaction to nutrients. Feed her right to keep her happy and dial the plant in so she can reach her true potential. Cannatonic produces short, stout plants with a nine to ten week flowering period. The plants can yield up to 18 ounces per square meter indoors. Outdoors she does not fare so well and much lower yields are to be expected, averaging 9 ounces to 14 ounces per plant.

SEED AVAILABILITY –

Growers will be happy to know that regular and feminized seeds are available through Resin Seeds’ website. Additionally, you can purchase them through other reputable online distributors.

YEAR

AWARD

EVENT  

CATEGORY 

CITY / STATE

COUNTRY 

2008

3rd Place 

HT Cannabis Cup 

Sativa Cup 

Amsterdam

Netherlands

2013

1st Place 

HT Medical Cannabis Cup

CBD Award 

Seattle 

USA 

2014

1st Place 

Canadian Cannabis Awards

Best CBD Flower

Vancouver

Canada 

2014

2nd Place 

Canadian Cannabis Awards

Best CBD Flower 

Vancouver

Canada 

2014

2nd Place 

Canadian Cannabis Awards

Best Hybrid Flower

Vancouver

Canada 

2015 

1st Place 

HT Medical Cannabis Cup

Best CBD Flower

Michigan 

USA 

2015 

2nd Place

Emerald Cannabis Cup

Best CBD Flower

California 

USA 

2015

1st Place 

Canadian Cannabis Awards

Best CBD Flower 

Vancouver

Canada

2015 

2nd Place 

Canadian Cannabis Awards

Best CBD Flower

Vancouver

Canada 

2015 

2nd Place 

Canadian Cannabis Awards

Best CBD Concentrate

Vancouver

Canada 

2016 

1st Place 

Dope Cup 

Best Recreational CBD Flower 

Oregon 

USA

2016 

2nd Place 

HT Medical Cannabis Cup

Best CBD Concentrate

California 

USA 

2017 

2nd Place 

ERRL Cup

Best CBD Concentrate 

Arizona 

USA 

2019

1st Place

HT Medical Cannabis Cup

Best CBD Flower

Michigan

USA

2020

3rd Place

ERRL Cup

CBD Concentrate

Arizona 

USA

Plant Height

Short 

Flowering (Indoor)

9 to 10 weeks 

Flowering (Outdoor)

October 

Yield (Indoor)

14oz to 18oz/m2

Yield (Outdoor)

9oz to 14oz/plant

Grow Difficulty 

Moderate

Seed Availability 

Available 

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