Amco Medical Review of Cheech & Chong’s Panama Red by Bold

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Named for its geographical location of origin, Panama Red strain of cannabis rose to stardom in the mid-1960s. This 100% sativa cannabis strain is what is called a landrace strain. A landrace strain is simply genetic lineage that is unknown due to it’s natural occurrence as a indigenous plant often named after the location that it may be found.

15 bud eighth once


This 15 Bud sample weighs 3.5 G. It presents a little on the darker side of Green. It’s formation minimally visible to the naked eye. There are some red hair on the flowers. The packaging have small pieces of trichomes and pistil stuck the inside of the sack. The bottom pouch of the sack was not open to reduce the squeezing and crushing of the flowers. Amco High Opinion on the look of Panama Red 7 out of 10.


This sample has a very unique profile that reminds me of a pungent sent of decaying fruit along with the chemical like smell of Lemon Pledge. If I were to guess car payment I’d say limonene, terpineol ,and pinenne. Amco High Opinion on the scent of Panama Red is 9 out of 10.


Under magnification the tricomb heads exteriorly are decapitated. This is not a surprise and fairly common for popcorn buds. This product wasn’t sold as popcorn however a 15 bud eighth oz in my opinion should be. The interior tricomb heads show appropriate aging with light and bring visible. The harvest date for this flower was December 13th 2021. The Steep Hill test date January 3rd 2022. These dates imply almost a 20 day cure witch i’m fond of. I’m not sure how the flower was stored since January 3rd this review is being done on February 8th and the flower present very dry. I do not believe that the long cure is responsible. I believe it may have been stored in this zippered package for too long before use. Amco High Opinion 6 out of 10.


After rolling a half gram sample in a natural unrefined rolling paper buy raw. I take a dry hit that taste very similar to the scent profile. That being pine and lemon mostly. However after lighting this sample taste very similar to lemon flavored ice-Tea. I’m doing my best not to hold it against it. I’m not a tea fan. Amco High Opinion 7.5 out of 10.


Panama Red is known to test fairly low for today’s standards. In the sixties when it was at its height 16% THC pretty high. This sample at 18.39% and its effect is about equally matched to that percentage in my opinion. What is the typical sativa mostly reducing my neuropathy pain. Directions from my chronic pain is minimal is this specific terpene profile is not extremely euphoric for me. Amco High Opinion on effect 7.5 out of 10.


Amco is high Opinion on Cheech and Chong’s Panama Red genetics farmed by bold is a average 7.4. I noticed in the dates on the labeling it seems the Cheech and Chong line may have been held so that they could all enter the market at the same time. This is just my guess. I believe in doing so the flower may have been stored in appropriate it’s so far to the three strings have had lower relative humidity then optimal. I will be purchasing these trains again grow to test this hypothesis.

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About AMCO_patient_oo7

Little Back ground on my self ,i am a dyslexic medical cannabis patient that has fought threw life for more then 20 years in pain after a string of botched spine surgery .I have been prescribed just about every thing you can think of that is for controlling pain or that the drs thought may have a side effect to help control a symptom caused by 4 failed operations of the spine from Therasic 10 to the Sacrum 1 ,(bout half my spine) that has left me unable to do much of anything sence the failed fusion threw out Lumbar region . I have broken implementation in my spine , im non surgical at the moment tho i need two operations or combo surgery sometimes called , alfit and tlift .surgery on the front of the spine threw my gut and then replacement of instrumentation from the back side the spine as well.So to say i have complex intractable pain is a understatement. From bull toothache type pain radiation form the bones and screws to the nerve pain that shoots from my waist to different location in the rump leg and foot. I have hypersensitivity of the trunk from center line of my back above the spine to midline under my arm.This area of CRPs (complex regional pain syndrome) effects my rear thigh and saddle area at times.I been on a cane most my life and that ruined a shoulder and my ankle on the same side is damaged goods as well. Enough about what hurts for now and lets get into why im exspaling what symptoms i live with and have for over half my life. Pain Management in Arkansas , wow is it a labyrinth at best . I spent so long on opioid care that i was a opioid patient before the term pain management even existed i think. From Fyntinle to tramadol i have had it all one time or another. today im on 240 MME (morphine medical equivalent) less Medications then this time last year yet my condition is deteriorated and continues to daily. I found my self being told to consider implants of computers to shock my spinal cord or pumps to implant in my spine in order to continue to receive opioids control of a life debilitating immobilizing pain that is ever day life for a person whom spine has been cut in half and screwed back together.Over the years i have had to allow my spine to be injected my nerves to be burnt all these procedures that didnt work but had to consent to or not receive you relief for pain.Well the state of arkansas decided that patients could use medical cannabis for a list of symptoms and i am the lucky guy to have more then a couple of those. I hope to answer questions by direct message on the topic of medical use , as best to what my experiences are for all the people of arkasnas whom are on this path cannabis and natural medican s . Many loosing opioid care left no where to turn but to cannabis. I will tell you here from time to time what canna products have helped and have not helped me with my symptoms and maybe it will help educate the masses
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