Strain Name: Cannalope Kush
Type: hybrid (Sativa dominant)
Nose: AAAA – sweet, earthy with that typical kush aroma
Taste: AAAA – earthy, tropical, sweet
Burn: AAAA – Smooth burning with a white ash. Appears well flushed.
Visual: AAAA – Small to medium-large buds that are trimmed and covered in lots of curly, orange pistils and visible tricomes. Stem snaps, product is dried properly.
Info: This sativa dominant hybrid is a cross of the sweet, fruity Cannalope Haze sativa with the OG #18 hybrid. The high is energetic and happy with a relaxing indica influence.
Cannalope Kush from DNA Genetics mixes the effects of OG #18 with the sweet flavors of Cannalope Haze. Though it’s sativa-dominant, many enjoy the indica influence’s act. A light smoke is delivered by this hybrid with undertones alongside an energetic burst of action and euphoria.
Sample submitted: Cannalope Kush hybrid cannabis flowers
Notes: Free from visible contamination and foreign matter.
Activated vs non-activated: activated cannabinoids are non-acidic (neutral) and are the form utilized by the human brain/ body. Activation occurs via heating (smoking, vaporizing, cooking). Cannabinoids in the natural plant are acidic (non-activated) and need to be converted to their neutral form in order to be utilized by the human body. Therefore one would expect fresh cannabis buds to contain mainly non-activated cannabinoids. Processed materials (baked goods, heated extracts) should be higher in the activated forms.
Absent Cannabinoids: if a cannabinoid or terpene is blank, it is not necessarily absent but below the limit of detection by the detector (usually less than 0.01%).
Cannabis Potency Summary Table:
Three tests of each sample were analysed and summarised below:
% by weight
THC-Acid (not activated)
*THC total (THC-Acid THC)
CBD-Acid (not activated)
*CBD total (CBD-Acid CBD)
CBG-Acid (not activated)
*CBG total (CBG-Acid CBG)
Activated Cannabinoid Total:
•when reporting totals, acidic cannabinoids are multiplied by 0.877 to account for loss of mass from decarboxylation upon heating (activating)