The Pink Paris strain is a rare medical cannabis cultivar that can be found in one Southern California healthcare marijuana facility. It’s an indica-dominant strain with a unknown sativa/indica proportion due to its potency. THC levels have been measured at 19% in some studies, while CBD levels are far lower, about 1%.
That figure is lower than what the brand claims, and I wouldn’t advise Pink Paris strain as a treatment for epileptics or other patients with disorders that require CBD. Instead, this strain can be used to alleviate depression, glaucoma, eye pressure, headaches, muscular spasms, and nausea. Pink Paris strain’s full-body heavy high is relaxing and drowsy, making it ideal for insomnia and producing euphoria, pleasure, and tingly feelings of excitement. Expect a woody odor with flower and pine needles nuances, as well as flowers, citrus, and pine accents. The buds are enormous and sticky. Dry mouth and red eyes are the most common negative effects. Despite its French name, Pink Paris is popular in the American Southwest and Michigan.