The oil content, the tocopherol composition, the plastochromanol-8 (P-8) content and the fatty acid composition (19 fatty acids) of the seed of 51 hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) genotypes were studied in the 2000 and 2001 seasons. The oil content of the hemp seed ranged from 26.25% (w/w) to 37.50%. Analysis of variance revealed significant effects of genotype, year and of the interaction (genotype × year) on the oil content. The oil contents of the 51 genotypes in 2000 and 2001 were correlated (r = 0.37**) and averaged 33.19 ± 1.45% in 2000 and 31.21 ± 0.96% in 2001. The γ-tocopherol, α-tocopherol, δ-tocopherol, P-8- and β-tocopherol contents of the 51 genotypes averaged 21.68 ± 3.19, 1.82 ± 0.49, 1.20 ± 0.40, 0.18 ± 0.07 and 0.16 ± 0.04 mg 100g −1 of seeds, respectively (2000 and 2001 data pooled). Hierarchical clustering of the fatty acid data did not group the hemp genotypes according to their geographic origin. The γ-linolenic acid yield of hemp (3–30 kg ha −1 ) was similar to the γ-linolenic acid yield of plant species that are currently used as sources of γ-linolenic acid (borage (19–30 kg ha −1 ), evening primrose (7–30 kg ha −1 )). The linoleic acid yield of hemp (129–326 kg ha −1 ) was similar to flax (102–250 kg ha −1 ), but less than in sunflower (868–1320 kg ha −1 ). Significant positive correlations were detected between some fatty acids and some tocopherols. Even though the average content of P-8 in hemp seeds was only 1/120 th of the average γ-tocopherol content, P-8 content was more closely correlated with the unsaturated fatty acid content than γ-tocopherol or any other tocopherol fraction. The average broad-sense heritabilities of the oil content, the antioxidants (tocopherols and P-8) and the fatty acids were 0.53, 0.14 and 0.23, respectively. The genotypes Fibrimon 56, P57, Juso 31, GB29, Beniko, P60, FxT, Félina 34, Ramo and GB18 were capable of producing the largest amounts of high quality hemp oil.
P-51 potency is higher THC than average.
P-51 effects are mostly energizing.
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P-51 is a piney, earthy indica strain that crosses a Tahoe OG male with a Blackberry mother. Created by Clint Pipkin, a grower in both Humboldt County and Northwestern Washington, the male was flowered in a window sill on the Key Peninsula in Pierce County. Thousands of seeds were created during this cross, and the producer narrowed this strain down to the best cut from 70 phenotypes. This has since become Stash Cannabis' signature strain and was also listed as DOPE Magazine’s “Strain of the Month” in June 2015.
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With so many hybrids currently on the market, it’s becoming rarer and harder to find pure sativas or indicas. But in the case of P-51 marijuana seeds, you get a 100% indica strain that’s perfect for a relaxing, laid back day at home. Do not be fooled, however, just because P-51 comes with soothing effects that don’t mean it can’t knock you off your foot.
Don’t be fooled by this 100% indica. The initial wave of P-51 marijuana seeds feels more like a sativa with a drastic boost in euphoria and a tingling sensation around the temples. The effects gradually work their way into your stomach and lower-body muscles to boost appetite and relaxation.
With 23% THC on average, this strain is best reserved for more experienced users who’ve built up a tolerance. The first wave of P-51 feels more like a sativa as it leads to giggling and elevated cognitive function. You may notice a drastic mood and euphoric boost with a tingling or buzzing sensation around the temples.
The effects of P-51 marijuana seeds gradually work their way down from the brain into your stomach and your lower-body muscles. It may be a good idea to keep some snacks around as P-51 increases appetite and typically leads to the munchies. Once the euphoric buzz wears off, be prepared to “come down” slightly into a state of dreaminess and laziness on the couch. Don’t be surprised if your eyelids start to droop and you begin to feel sleepy.