PanamaJam

PanamaJam

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Sativa
  • Flowering Period:
    12 weeks 
  • Climate:
    Indoors, Outdoors
  • Yield:
    High
  • Flavors:
    Citrus, Woody
  • THC Content:
    High
  • Height:
    180 to 250 inches
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Easy

Strain Information

The PanamaJam is the result of the two most high hitting Sativa strains, which are the Jamaika from Blue Mountain and pure Panama. Inherited by its origin, it shows amazing Sativa characteristics. It easily grows even in humid weather and can be cultivated indoors or outdoors. It has a nice, soothing citrus and woody scent. It produces high yields of resinous buds. Its nugs are dense which can be good for extraction.

What are the Flavor and Effects of PanamaJam?

You can taste a combination of citrus and woody flavors on this strain. It is already evident in its aroma and can easily be identified. Its effect is strong and it gives overpowering energy in the mind and body making you feel stoned and productive. It also feels euphoric and has a relaxing sensation. 

What are the Medical Effects of PanamaJam?

The medical effects of the PanamaJam are used primarily as an anti-inflammation, anti-nausea, and an analgesic to chronic pains, muscle spasms, severe migraines, arthritis, and back pain. It also helps effectively in relieving stress, anxiety, and depression.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the PanamaJam?

The negative effects that you can expect on this strain are dizziness, paranoia, dryness of the mouth and eyes, loss of coordination, uncontrollable behavior, insatiable hunger, mood swings, and palpitations or increased in heart rate.

How to Grow the PanamaJam?

It is easy to grow this kind of marijuana since it can be grown almost anywhere indoors or outdoors. It can be planted directly in soil, coco, or be cultivated under a growing medium such as hydroponic and SOG. However, it cannot resist a very hot temperature or too cold. The temperature should be cooler or semi-humid for the plant to thrive well.

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