The first Ebola, AKA THCbola Virus, seed was harvested from the flower of a San Fernando Valley OG pollinated by Girl Scout Cookie from Harborside Health Center in the summer of 2012. Since its inception, HENDRX farmers have developed and curated the different phenotypes thanks to the zeal and devotion of experienced Humboldt County-born farmers living all over the Golden State. Ebola No. 7 has been submitted to Phylos Bio-Science and relationship to various open source cannabis genetics are displayed below. To learn more about the Ebola No. 7 and its origin, view this Phylos genetic report.
The Ebola strain is a highly concentrated THC blend of two of America’s favorite marijuana strains, according to Leafly. The pheno-hunt of 100 seeds was completed in a 3 stage screening process. The final selection was made with THC content as the only variable, and lab results were compared from SC Lab reults. As a result, the Ebola No. 7 fetches an amazing 31.7% THC, and 33.6% total cannabinoid content.
Ebola AKA THCbola Virus received its unique name from its unintended viral pathway across Humboldt County. Infectiously spreading from the remote HENDRX R&D farm, the THCbola Virus defied purpose and enlisted unsolicited farmers across the redwood curtain. The Ebola No. 7 leaked. Within months the strain spread like a virus from farm to farm across the Avenue of the Giants to the Southern Humboldt outdoor garden farms.
Special Thanks to Wheeler, Beau, Big Fish Smokes, and Patient 0.