The information presented on this page is intended solely for descriptive purposes and should not be considered a review or medical advice. The actual effects of the cannabis strain may vary. It is important to use marijuana responsibly. We recommend that you consult a healthcare professional before adding cannabis to your health regimen.

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Distinctive terpenes
Myrcene, pinene, caryophyllene
Helps with
Pain, insomnia, stress
Ease of growing
When to use





Sativa Indica

Effects & Usage



Cannatonic, often called a “therapeutic powerhouse,” provides a perfect blend of relaxation and mental clarity for cannabis lovers. This hybrid, originating from Spain, is a unique combination of the potent MK Ultra and the flavorful G13 Haze. Its fame lies in its high CBD content, reaching up to 17%, while the THC levels remain modest, typically between 4 to 7%.


Cannatonic onset begins with a very calm, gentle cerebral euphoric high that takes you far away from all the stresses and worries. You will feel like you are hanging in a happy cloud, wrapped up in good feelings, yet clear-headed. Many fresh ideas will run through your head, making you creative and productive. With the low THC content, this hemp flower will not make you stoned, instead providing a mellow mood uplift.

Simultaneously, all the aches and physical tension will dissipate. Your body will become deeply relaxed, and you can go on with your day and attempt all activities that pain previously prevented you from. The medicinal marijuana community loves the strain for providing a gentle boost without an overwhelming mental high. This will allow you to go on with your activities as usual. As such, Cannatonic can be used any time of the day whenever you need pain relief or a bit of soothing. The high lasts only briefly, but its medicinal benefits are profound. These mellow effects suit people with all experience levels and various medical needs.

If you want to reap more therapeutic benefits of CBD, try Charlotte’s Angel or ACDC. Alternatively, you can browse more of our strain reviews here to find other strains.


First and foremost, Cannatonic is a potent analgesic. Helping even with severe pain, it can be recommended for migraines, muscle spasms and chronic pain conditions, but also ailments like cerebral palsy or fibromyalgia. It also provides anti-inflammatory benefits, thanks to the high CBD content and its terpenes: pinene and caryophyllene. These will be helpful for individuals with arthritis, IBS, and Crohn’s disease and will bolster the pain-killing action of the strain.

Lastly, any stress will melt away on Cannatonic. By clearing your mind of worries, the strain can help with anxiety or lack of focus caused by intrusive, overactive thoughts.

Side effects

The most common side effects of Cannatonic are eye and mouth dehydration, typical of almost all cannabis strains. Due to its low THC content, the risk of experiencing paranoia or anxiety is minimal. However, new users should still cautiously approach this strain and start with small doses.

Taste & Smell


The strain’s aroma is primarily earthy, with noticeable citrus hints. Its scent also has a certain sourness that becomes most prominent as the buds are smoked.

The smoke is very smooth and pleasant, tasting quite refreshing, with a pine and citrus palate, resulting in a lingering tangy sweet aftertaste and a trace of spice. Its dense, chunky, popcorn-like buds are tightly packed and coloured in yellowish-green tones. Despite the low THC count, the plant has noticeable glistening trichomes.



Cannatonic was masterfully crafted by the Spanish breeders at Resin Seeds, who combined the powerful MK Ultra and the delectable G13 Haze to create this unique, therapeutic wonder. Rumour has it that they started an entire CBD movement in Europe with this strain. While it is hard to determine whether that was the case, Cannatonic indeed got much appreciation around the globe, winning multiple awards, including the Cannabis Cup.

Growing conditions

Cannatonic can be challenging to cultivate, and as such, it is best left to growers who already have some experience under their belt. The strain is susceptible to moulds, mildew, and temperature and humidity changes. Therefore, it is best to cultivate it indoors to keep it sheltered from diseases and ensure an optimal growing environment. Within 10 to 11 weeks, the plants will grow to a medium height and provide yields of around 500 grams per square metre indoors and up to 400 grams per plant outdoors.