Cannatonic

CBD Queen

The best of both worlds, a phenotype selected from the hybrid cross between a female MK Ultra (F1) & the all time famous G13 Haze male. Grows like an Indica, smells like a Sativa, and renders you... Cannatonic.

Female: 5 seeds - 55€
10 seeds - 100€
Regular: 10 seeds - 60€
Genetics: MK Ultra x G13 Haze
Indica/Sativa: 50/50
THC: 1:1 ratio THC:CBD
Flowering: Interior 9-10 weeks / Exterior October
Yield: Interior 500gr per m2 / Exterior 250-400 gr per plant

Testimonials

‪A fantastic UK grower and breeder passed me some Cannatonic and Z7 seeds late in 2011. I have been fighting the damaged caused by a virus in December 2010 so I was thrilled to have two varieties, specifically bred to be as medicinal as possible, based on what we have learned so far. I went into relapse for only about a month but recovery is still a challenge.‬ […] ‪I now use Sativex sparingly and this amounts to two squirts a day, at most. It's not a great leap of logic to conclude that sick people are susceptible to other maladies and will do anything to avoid them.‬ ‪And now, what the recreational cannabis community would really like to hear....‬ ‪Cannatonic and Z7 have proved far superior to Sativex in a huge way.‬

Sarah, UK
http://ukmedican.blogspot.com/

I am a chronic pain sufferer for many years. I have been using cannabis to alleviate the symptoms for a couple of years now. When my medical grower brought me cannatonic and told me to smoke one joint everyday I did not expect anything different. I was wrong. Using Cannatonic everyday enables me to cut down on prescribed opiates to one third of what was usually necessary to control the pain. Not only has my quality of life increased thanks to cannatonic but I actually save a lot of money on pharmaceutical meds. A cannatonic joint every day, keeps the doctor away ! Thank you from the bottom of my heart to the Resin Seeds team !

F.E., Ville Lemoyne, Quebec, Canada

I smoke cannabis to alleviate phantom pains (in my unworking/unfeeling limbs) as well as frequent spasms (I hate those episodes). I have noticed that cannatonic works better than other strains. In fact, when my designated grower insisted I smoke cannatonic every day I did not expect extra relief from it. This strain is not only magical for me it is essential. Sending the rest of your life in a wheelchair is not cool! Cannatonic definitely makes it better for me. Thanks you resin seeds. I owe you guys big !

E.B., Montmagny, Quebec, Canada

My doctor had me try cannabis a few years ago. Whatever I smoked then triggered an epilepsy seizure right away. My doctor and I thought THC was not for me. Then my cousin told me about CBD and its special neuro-protective properties. Under the supervision of my doctor (the greatest guy in the world), I ingested a tincture made from cannatonic flowers. WOW! Haven’t had a seizure in six months, still hard to believe. Changed my life ! I can now travel throughout Canada (my dream) when it was not feasible before. Enormous respect to resin seeds and my medical grower for making my life more enjoyable. I owe you a big one.

A.B., Toronto, Canada

My partner Matt and I would like to thank you guys for the prompt response to the email and the desire for more knowledge and info. I have attached some of the pdf and gc charts from the most recent tests we have had done. So, we thank you for your time and all that you have brought to the medical marijuana community!!!!!! PLEASE keep up the fantastic work!!!!

Dave and Matt
The G.L.C.C.C.
Dearborn MI,
http://theglccc.com/

In Spain, we had the pleasure of meeting the creator of the Cannatonic cannabis plant strain. Just this month The Werc Lab analyzed 17 Cannatonic samples for us, and found that one had 19.8% CBD. This is the highest CBD content found in a cannabis plant to date, and would allow patients to use significantly less plant material than the current Californian plants.

William Courtney
http://www.courtneyforcongress.org/


Grow Cannatonic in 10 weeks:


General description of this test grow
+ some basic grow tips:

  • Water: soft water – consider filtering your tap water if it has an EC higher than 0.6 (osmosis, ect). We use osmotic water (EC 0.0) then we mix it with tap water until we reach an EC of 0.3-0.4. At this point we raise the EC of 0.1 using Magnesium (as a liquid mono-nutrient) until we reach 0.4 – 0.5. When we prepare our nuteient solution, we only use this water as starting point before adding the nutrients.
  • Light: 600W
  • Watering technique: flooding
  • Plant resistance to pest
  • We are using 16 pots of 6,5 liters each for every 1m 2

Grow standards:

Temperature: 24 - 28C (optimal: 26C)
Humidity: 70
EC: 1.0 - 1.2
pH: 6.2 - 6.5
CO2 ppm: 400
Plant height (cm): 15
Hours of light: 18
Distance from light (600W HPS) (cm): 100 - 120

Special operations during this week:

  • EC water 1.2 – pH water 6.0 – 6.5 for pots
  • Water with nutrients up to EC 1.2 and use a specific root stimulator in the tank during those first phases.
  • Water from the top.
  • We like to use Bio Vega and Bio Rhizotonic at this stage of the plant.
  • Microorganisms: some growers like to use Tricoderma

Keep an eye on:

  • Supervise clones starting properly in pot and root system develops into the new substrate.
  • Distance of lamp to the top of the plant: 1,20 meter

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Grow standards:

Temperature: 22 - 28C (optimal: 26C)
Humidity: 60
EC: 1.2 – 1.4
pH: 6.2 – 6.5
CO2 ppm: 600
Plant height (cm): 25
Hours of light: 12
Distance from light (600W HPS) (cm): 100 - 120

Special operations during this week:

  • Supercropping: pinch the top stem with your fingers, just on top of the last internode, and bend it twice from left to right: this technique will lower the hight of the plant. At the same time you will have more development in the external branches of the plant, which will reach the same hight of the central bud.
  • Flooding: water from the bottom. During this first week of 12 hours of light it is suggested to use small amounts of water for flooding. Ideally you should flood once every 2 days, this also avoids plant stretching.
  • Use a fork on the dry surface of the pots to dig a bit and favor aeration of the pot. Be careful not to get close to the plant roots with the fork.

Keep an eye on:

  • Crop protection: daily plant-by-plant checks using a magnifier to check for pests on plants
  • Increase CO2 levels
  • If you want to use a plastic net to support plants, install the net during this week.
  • During this initial stage of flowering it is advisable to keep the same temperature in the grow room during the hours of light and darkness (day/night), we set it at 26ºC If the temperature in the room goes below 15ºC during the hours of darkness, you will stress the plants are you are likely to have a small harvest.

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Grow standards:

Temperature: 22 - 28C (optimal: 26C)
Humidity: 60
EC: 1.4 – 1.6
pH: 6.2 - 6.5
CO2 ppm: 800
Plant height (cm): 35
Hours of light: 12
Distance from light (600W HPS) (cm): 100 - 120

Special operations during this week:

  • Supercropping: pinch the top stem with your fingers, just on top of the last internode, and bend it twice from left to right: this technique will lower the hight of the plant. At the same time you will have more development in the external branches of the plant, which will reach the same hight of the central bud.
  • Increase EC, CO2, start reducing humidity.

Keep an eye on:

  • pruning: lower branches

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Grow standards:

Temperature: 22 - 28C (optimal: 26C)
Humidity: 60
EC: 1.4 - 1.6
pH: 6.2 - 6.5
CO2 ppm: 1000
Plant height (cm): 45
Hours of light: 12
Distance from light (600W HPS) (cm): 100 - 120

Special operations during this week:

  • Last trimming-pruning: remove leaves and branches that look unhealthy
  • If you want to support your plant using plastic sticks, this is the week you are likely to start to need to place them in the pots to keep your plants standing up properly.
  • For people using mineral/synthetic fertilizers: monitor the waste of your nutrient solution when you irrigate to evaluate it's EC and pH. Look for accumulation of salts (residues of fertilizer) on the pot or around it. Flush with water that has the right pH (6.0) but no fertilizer if you get high waste values.
  • We still use Bio Vega during this week and we start to use Bio Boost at this point too in the nurtient solution.
  • Increase EC, CO2, keep on reducing humidity.

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Grow standards:

Temperature: 22 - 28C (optimal: 26C)
Humidity: 50
EC: 1.6 - 1.8
pH: 6.2 - 6.5
CO2 ppm: 1200
Plant height (cm): 55
Hours of light: 12
Distance from light (600W HPS) (cm): 100 - 120

Special operations during this week:

  • Make sure the plants get sufficient air. Plant mass has increase at this stage and are competing for light and space. Air flow should be maintained so that the air does not stagnate in any part of the room.
  • At this stage plants start to develop their aromatic profile and the first “strange” perfumes will start to appear...
  • We switch to the flowering fertilizer at this stage, in our case that is Bio Flores and we keep on adding also Bio Boost to the nutrient solution.
  • Increase EC, CO2, keep on reducing humidity.

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Grow standards:

Temperature: 24 - 28C (optimal: 26C)
Humidity: 50
EC: 1.6 - 1.8
pH: 6.2 - 6.5
CO2 ppm: 1400
Plant height (cm): 65
Hours of light: 12
Distance from light (600W HPS) (cm): 100 - 120

Special operations during this week:

  • Increase EC, CO2, monitor the humidity and make sure the is enough ventilation between plants.

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Grow standards:

Temperature: 20 - 28C (optimal: 26C)
Humidity: 50
EC: 1.8 - 2.0
pH: 6.2 - 6.5
CO2 ppm: 1600
Plant height (cm): 70
Hours of light: 12
Distance from light (600W HPS) (cm): 100 - 120

Special operations during this week:

  • Increase EC, CO2, monitor the humidity and make sure the is enough ventilation between plants.
  • This is the week with maximum nutrient uptake.

Keep an eye on:

  • Monitor buds for botritis and molds/fungus. Make sure you remove infected flowers from the grow room before they can affect other plant.

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Grow standards:

Temperature: 24 - 28C (optimal: 24C)
Humidity: 40
EC: 1.8 - 2.0
pH: 6.2 - 6.5
CO2 ppm: 1400
Plant height (cm): 70
Hours of light: 12
Distance from light (600W HPS) (cm): 100 - 120

Special operations during this week:

  • Increase EC, CO2, monitor the humidity and make sure the is enough ventilation between plants.

Keep an eye on:

  • Monitor buds for botritis and molds/fungus. Make sure you remove infected flowers from the grow room before they can affect other plant.

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Grow standards:

Temperature: 18 - 24C (optimal: 20C)
Humidity: 40
EC: 1
pH: 7
CO2 ppm: 1400
Plant height (cm): 70
Hours of light: 12
Distance from light (600W HPS) (cm): 100 - 120

Special operations during this week:

  • Lower the EC of the nutrient solution to EC 1.0 and we also do not adjust the pH during this week as we feel this can help prevent Botritis.

Keep an eye on:

  • Monitor buds for botritis and molds/fungus. Make sure you remove infected flowers from the grow room before they can affect other plant.

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Grow standards:

Temperature: 18 - 20C (optimal: 20C)
Humidity: 40
EC: 0.2 - 0.4
pH: 7 - 7.5
CO2 ppm: 700
Plant height (cm): 70
Hours of light: 10
Distance from light (600W HPS) (cm): 120

Special operations during this week:

  • We use only tap water (anyway never distilled water – which we advice you to never use) and we also do not lower the pH of the water.

Keep an eye on:

  • Monitor buds for botritis and molds/fungus. Make sure you remove infected flowers from the grow room before they can affect other plant.

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