Pink Octane Weed
Pink Octane Weed strain’s name comes from its ultra-sticky appearance. It consists of resinous droplets of dew on the sugar leaves of the sometimes pink buds. Pink Octane is actually quite the genetic miracle. Many who get the opportunity to lay their eyes on this heavenly delight are completely in awe after witnessing just how intense the crystalline droplets are. They could also raise the strain’s overall THC content by at least 4%.
The Southern California company CaliCropDoc developed this stunning cannabis very recently (in 2017). It has since left a multitude of both cannabis breeders and marijuana consumers in awe. The primary characteristic of Pink Octane that is probably the most incredible, is its tree-like ability to ooze sap from between its leaves’ margins and from the bottom of the calyxes. This phenomenon is actually quite a rarity amongst cannabis crops. Therefore, the fact that there is now a stable Pink Octane Weed strain on the market is revolutionary.
Understanding where this strain originated from is no easy task. Pink Octane could be the result of crossing Granddaddy Purple, Grape Ape and Northern Lights #5. Still, its beginnings are not really clear. However, the story of how Pink Octane was discovered in the first place is kind of funny. The creator of this stable strain, Twompson Praeter got his hands on this seedstock when his sister discovered it in an Altoid container behind a stove (the siblings grew up in a household of generations of prior purple thumbs). This may sound strange, but this odd happening is what has left us with Pinkman today.
Ranking in at around 18% THC, this indica dominant strain is not only potent but is also a unique cultivation experience. Being a newer strain on the market, only available since 2017, Pink Octane Weed is an especially collaborative experience. Its creator, CaliCropDoc, is happy to assist and advise those giving this strain a shot.