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Terpene Profile (Strain Estimate)

Alpha-PineneMajorPine/Sharp156℃
Beta-PineneMajorPine/Herbal165℃
LimoneneMajorCitrus/Sour177℃
CaryophylleneMinorPepper/Spice119℃
OcimeneMajorHerbal/Sweet174-175℃

MedBud currently tracks 16 common terpenes, more will be added.

No official terpene profile has been provided for this product, information above is estimated based on public strain information.

Dosing Look-Up Table (Estimated)

0.01/g1.9/mg THCTrace CBD
0.05/g9.5/mg THCTrace CBD
0.1/g19/mg THCTrace CBD
0.15/g28.5/mg THCTrace CBD
0.2/g38/mg THCTrace CBD
0.25/g47.5/mg THCTrace CBD
0.3/g57/mg THCTrace CBD
/gCalculate THCCalculate CBD

Please note values above are based on registered THC/CBD percentages, subject to ±10% allowed variance. Values provided are 'best case', losses to air during vaporisation or combustion will always occur.

Medication Details

Brand
South Africa MedCan
Designation
Isando TS T19
Cultivar/Strain
Tokoloshe Sherbet
Classification
Indica Hybrid
Chemotype
Type I: High THC
Flower Provided
Trimmed Whole Flower
THC Potential Range (±10%)
17.1-20.9%
CBD Potential Range (±10%)
<1%
Cultivated/Produced by
South Africa MedCan
Cultivated in
Flag of South Africa South Africa
Irradiation
Non-Irradiated
Monograph Conformity
5.1.4
Imported by
United Kingdom Curaleaf Laboratories
Imported as
Schedule I: Raw Material
Packaged in
Flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom
Packaged by
United Kingdom Curaleaf Laboratories

Stock Availability

We provide stock/pharmacy information only for use by medical cannabis patients, clinicians and pharmacists*.

Best-Known Status: Low (<5KG)

We try to ascertain stock status strictly based on the importer/distributor supplying pharmacies. Availability at individual pharmacies will differ.

*Cannabis is a controlled-substance and can only be legally dispensed upon submission of a valid prescription from a prescribing clinic, ordinarily listed.

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About Tokoloshe Sherbet

TSIndica Hybrid

An indica-dominant hybrid strain bred by Black Flag Genetics in South Africa.

South African Flag South African Bred, American Flag American Genetics, Dutch Flag Dutch Genetics

Created from parent strains 'Jack of Spades' and 'Biker Kush v2', an indica-dominant hybrid strain bred by Black Flag Genetics in South Africa.

Tokoloshe Sherbet has an elite, proven lineage. The Grandparents are Jack Herer (female) and Ace of Spades (male), resulting in Jack of Spades (f). The Parents are Jack of Spades (f) and Biker Kush V2 (m), resulting in Tokoloshe Sherbet (f). The back cross was Tokoloshe Sherbet (f) and Biker Kush V2 (m), and Voila! We arrived at Tokoloshe Sherbet BX1.

Isando TS produces a balanced flower, laden with deep, rich smells as well as a sweet candy terpene profile. The flowers are frosty and dense, and they’re sweet and creamy on the nose, with sandalwood notes.

Information provided could come from a third-party source, and likely does not accurately reflect characteristics of the medication we're associating it with - we primarily provide these descriptions for those interested in strain lineage and history, which could also be inaccurate. Any information which could be taken as medical advice should be strictly disregarded. Please consult your doctor regarding the suitability of medications for your condition(s).

South Africa About MedCan Pty Ltd

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MedCan is the first South African company to be granted a license to export high THC cannabis flowers commercially, and the first to export their product into the United Kingdom. Our purpose is to offer an exceptionally high-quality medicine that can be accessed by those who will benefit most.

MedCan was founded in 2016 by entrepreneurs who share decades of experience across a range of sectors with a scientific bias.

We’ve established a formidable team of highly qualified, experienced people that allow us to produce a consistent quality flower that easily meets the strictest international standards and is suitable for medical cannabis patients around the world.


MedCan's South African Cultivation Facility

Propagation

Arriving at our hero strains is quite a complex process. Our cultivation team starts off by planting hundreds of seeds in our ideally controlled indoor grow facility.

After close observation throughout their growth phases, they arrive at a shortlist of preferred phenotypes. They then take cuts from each of these to create Mother plants, and cultivate clones from the Mother.

Eventually they arrive at a single, hero, optimised phenotype from which the entire batch is grown.

Grown in High-Performance Media

Most hydroponic cannabis cultivators typically use coco perlite or other inert media. At MedCan we prefer using a mix of coco perlite and a suite of rich organic amendments to support a robust and diverse microbiome while aiding the overall health and wellbeing of the plants.

This media is “the best of both worlds” as it has properties similar to that of true living/probiotic soils but also allows our cultivation team to have complete control of the mineral fertigation delivered to the plants while providing a well oxygenated root zone that encourages growth and vitality.

Our chosen media allow us to keep the plant free of soil borne pests and pathogens without using any chemical pesticides.


MedCan's South African Cultivation Facility

Cultivation

The vegetative (veg) process is a rapid growth phase in which focus is placed on growing and developing a robust and strong root network as well as vigorous and sturdy shoots and stems. This is the foundation from which high quality flowers are grown in later stages; and a good veg process is key to having a good flowering process.

In our vegging process, rooted cuts are grown under a minimum of 16 hours of light in a 24 hour cycle, to promote shoot and foliage growth. This prolonged exposure to light prevents the plants from flowering and allows the cultivators to develop the “structure” on which the flowers will grow.

Flower Power

During the flowering stage the focus shifts to the production and nurturing of flowers. Light intervals are reduced to a maximum of 12 hours of light in a 24 hour cycle. This triggers the plants to stop vegetative growth (foliage and stems) and begin growth of reproductive tissue (flowers).

Cultivators encourage this by increasing the light intensity and the amount of nutrients the plants receive. Depending on the strain, this process usually takes between 56 to 70 days until the flowers are mature enough and contain the desired cannabinoids and terpenes at harvest. This stage of growth is much less rapid than the vegetative cycle, but the plants gain a drastic amount of weight as flowers swell and mature.


MedCan's South African Cultivation Facility

Harvest

Once flower production has halted, the plants have fully developed capitate-stalked trichomes (the easily visible crystalline “hairs” that are abundant in terpenes and cannabinoids, including CBD and THC).

The Cultivation Team assesses the “ripeness” of the flowers by closely scrutinising the trichome heads to ensure the greatest concentration of phenolic compounds and cannabinoids are present in the trichomes (and the overall flower) at time of harvest.

At peak “ripeness” the plants are cut at the base of the stem and moved into a purpose built drying room in which they are hung upside down in the dark for a minimum of 14 days. The environment in the drying room is maintained at 16 degrees Celcius and 60% to 65% relative humidity to allow for a slow drying process that aids in the breakdown of non desirable phenolic compounds such as chlorophyll.


MedCan's South African Cultivation Facility

Post-Harvest

Once dry, the plants are bucked. They are then hand-trimmed to remove any leaves and non-flower matter. Once trimmed, the flowers are stored away to be cured until they are perfectly ready for medical use.

After curing, the final product is stored in airtight containers within a temperature controlled room where no light can enter. Final product is stored like this until packed and shipped.

Before any product is shipped, it is thoroughly analysed by third party independent laboratories to check whether flowers meet the very strictest requirements and quality standards. The exact amounts of THC, CBD and other cannabinoids are recorded in a unique Certificate of Analysis for each batch.

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