Mash Kush

T20/C4 Indica

Mash Kush is an indica-dominant hybrid variety, originating from a crossbreed with a variety belonging to the famous Kush dynasty. It was developed using novel technologies, as part of Canonic’s flagship variety breeding program. Mash Kush is considered a pioneering hybrid due to its high THC concentration, unique terpen profile and a particularly high level of terpinolene, featuring an intensity full of flavors, strong intoxicating citrus aroma and promoting sensations of relaxation and inner peace.

Genetic uniqueness:

For the first time in Israel, Canonic has conducted  genomic mapping of publicly available cannabis genomes, collected worldwide, and compared the new varieties to the worldwide genetics. This information has been shared with patients and displayed as comparative genetic similarity. The genomic analysis we performed for Mash Kush indicates genetic similarity to the famous ‘Headband’ strain.

Unlike unknown varieties released around the world, Canonic’s varieties are developed by a leading scientific and technological team of the best geneticists. Our vast knowledge and state of the art development facilities provide patients with quality, precision, and genetic similarity to the original varieties.

 

Dominate terpenes
Terpinolene 26%

Terpinolene is a terpene which usually presents itself in small quantities in various cannabis varieties, it is dominant in lilacs, nutmeg and cumin seeds. It has a central role in defining the flavor, aroma as well as the effects of many cannabis varieties. Terpinolene-dominant varieties are relatively rare (only about 1 in 10 varieties are considered terpinolene-dominant) and these are known for their uplifting, calming and body relaxing effects. Unlike other terpenes, terpinolene’s aroma is multidimensional: Floral-herbaceous with undertones of pine and citrus. Its flavor and smell are often described as fresh. Studies indicate it has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties and this is one of the reasons why terpinolene is added to soaps and detergents. Other studies indicate a strong antioxidant activity which can potentially protect the arteries against atherosclerosis.

 

b-Caryophyllene 13%

B-Caryophyllene is found in a large number of plants such as cloves, rosemary, black pepper and lavender. Scientific literature indicates that b-Caryophyllene aids in the protection of various cells in the nervous system, increasing appetite and ability to manage pain during withdrawal from addictions, such as alcoholism. It also has the potential to treat inflammation, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s.

b-Myrcene 11%

B-Myrcene is found in lemon grass, bay leaves, ylangylang, wild thyme, parsley, cardamom and basil, among others. Research in the field indicates its ability to protect the brain, heart and skin tissues from inflammation and oxidative damage. In addition, it supports pain relief.

a-Humulene 11%

It can be found in volatile compounds of many herbs. Scientific literature provides evidence that it inhibits lung cancer of non-small cells.

trans-Ocimene 10%

Ocimene is found in many herbs such as hops, mango, mint, parsley, bazil and lilacs. It has an intoxicating aroma, combining sweet-fruity, citrusy and earthy scents, and a sweet-herbaceous flavor with citrusy-woody undertones and a pleasant uplifting effect. Ocimene is considered as part of the defense mechanism of plants against harmful pests and it has been ascribed anti-bacterial properties. Preliminary research indicates an anti-inflammatory potential together with the potential ability to inhibit enzymes involved in the development of diabetes and hypertension.

 

Limonene 6%

Common in lemon peel and other citrus fruits as well as in karum seeds, celery, and in certain types of coriander. Research shows that it contributes to wound healing and metabolism in the body. It has the ability to reduce stress, depression, inflammation, convulsions and viral infections. In addition, it introduces a variety of anti-cancer mechanisms.

trans-b-Farnesene 5%

Farnesene in nature exists in green apple skins (it gives apples their sweet-fruity aroma), turmeric, hops, chamomile, ginger, mint and bazil, and is known for its unique green apple aroma. Fresh apples that change their color to brown indicate the oxidation of Farnesene. In the cannabis varieties it is found in, farnesene is responsible for a sweet-fruity aroma and for its calming, sleep promoting effects. Preliminary studies ascribe Farnesene an anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-anxiety and a relaxing potential, that may help to relax muscles and induce a good sleep.  Laboratory studies have shown a neuron protective potential in an Alzheimer’s disease model.

Others 18%
Taste and Aroma
Citrus
Mint
Fruity
Spicy
Feelings

Disclaimer:

* This information herein does not constitute a binding opinion and should not be relied upon except as a general review, which is not a substitute for a professional medical opinion. CANONIC cannot guarantee and is not responsible that the effects described, or similar effects, will be felt by patients. The information should not be construed as advertisement and / or recommendation and / or encouragement for the use of cannabis, which is a prohibited use by law, other than for medical purposes. The use of medical cannabis is subject to the recommendation of a specialist doctor and in accordance with a suitable license from the Ministry of Health according to law.

 

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