White Panther by john sinclair cannabis seeds
|10 Seeds Per Pack
|Indoor / Outdoor
|Indoor / Outdoor
All our descriptions and images have come direct from the breeders who operate in a legal climate much different to that within the United Kingdom. Take note, you should NEVER try cultivating any cannabis plants within ANY jurisdiction where such cultivation is illegal. Our seeds are sold purely for souvenirs and should be treated as novelty item and should never be germinated. SIMPLY FOLLOW THE LAW OF YOUR LAND AND ENJOY YOUR SOUVENIRS.
Ceres Seeds’ original Cannabis Cup winner White Smurf has been renamed White Panther to honor poet, radio maker and cannabis hero John Sinclair who co-founded the legendary White Panther party in 1968.
“White Smurf dank buds have loads of crystals with a mind-blowing, pleasant, dreamy, sensual buzz that’s perfect for relaxing outdoors in the sun or snuggling up next to the fire. This gorgeous girl is ultra resinous with a very light and sweet taste.” – Skunk Magazine
Twice favourite with the connoisseurs at the High Times Cannabis Cup 2000!
The multiple award winning White Panther, f.k.a. White Smurf, is the original white dwarf. It is an excellent strain, the connoisseur’s favorite, and a multiple winner at the Cannabis Cup. It is a compact, white plant, with a dense cover of sparkling crystals. It is suitable for the ‘sea-of-green’ method, and will give a high yield in good conditions. White Panther buds are sticky and delicious, and gives an extraordinary effect. Fans of the White Panther highlight its smooth taste, pleasant daze and dreamy, sensual buzz. This is the perfect choice for anyone with a taste for excellence.
The White Panthers were a American political collective founded in 1968 by Lawrence (Pun) Plamondon and Leni & John Sinclair. It was started in response to an interview where Huey P. Newton, co-founder of the Black Panther Party, was asked what white people could do to support the Black Panthers. Newton replied that they could form a White Panther Party. Thus, the group took its name in emulation of the Black Panthers, and dedicated its energies to “cultural revolution.”