Created by breeders at Eva Female Seeds in Spain, Pink Panther got its name from the tendency to turn the buds pink by the end of the harvest.
It is a cross between a Pink Plant from Spain with a quality Mystery OG kush from Grants Pass Oregon. It emits the pungent fragrance of sweet and fruity aroma of berries. On most phenotypes, it grows dense purple nugs that smell of haze dankness. Others have very light green nugs with a pungent Mango smell similar to Oregon Pineapple.
Flavor and Effects of Pink Panther
Pink Panther smoke has a delightful concoction of earthy and sweet, along with a distinct taste of pine. As one exhales, it also leaves a grapefruit aftertaste.
Pink Panther starts off with a moderate cerebral high. It begins with a slight pressure between the eyes and the temple. It spreads from the head down to the body. You will feel euphoric, uplifted, and happy. Your mind will be free from worries, and your creativity will be enhanced. You may also experience a feeling of hunger. Along with this, a heaviness seeps in your body bringing you total relaxation. This strain can be used all day. Both inexperienced and long-time smokers can enjoy the effects of Pink Panther.
Medical Benefits of Pink Panther
Pink Panther is an analgesic, anti-inflammatory, mood-lifting, appetite-stimulating, and relaxing strain. Thus, patients who suffer from pain, stress, anxiety, depression, headaches, muscle spasms, and nausea can greatly benefit from it.
Negative Effects of Pink Panther.
Pink Panther’s expected side effects are dry mouth and dry, itchy eyes. These are common among marijuana users and can be easily remedied. Hydration is the key. Ingesting sufficient amounts of fluids will mitigate the effects. A good eye moisturizer drop can also be helpful in soothing those irritated eyes. Moreover, dizziness and anxiety may sometimes happen. Use the strain in moderation to avoid the above mentioned negative reactions.
Growing Pink Panther
Pink Panther thrives both indoors, outdoors and in a greenhouse. It grows vigorously and loves a warm climate. It is highly resistant to molds and mites.
Most likely, due to its heritage, it can reach up to a height of 10 feet tall in the outdoors. Remember, simple ways of caring for the plant will make it flourish. Trim the leaves when it grows too high and uneven. Remove away rotten parts. Choose high-quality organic soil for planting. Feed it with nutrients. Watch out for bacteria, fungus as well as parasites. Due to its strong odor, you must install odor-controlling measures. Carbon-Activated charcoal for odor control can diminish the scent before venting out the air from a tent.
Indoors, the flowering period takes 8 to 10 weeks. A one-week extension is normal. The estimated yield per square meter is around 10 to 12 ounces when the harvest comes.
Outdoors, Pink Panther should thrive well with plenty of sunshine. The flowering time comes in the first to the second week of October, with each plant producing at least 12 ounces of buds.