Strain Integrity

From the OCS, ” This stunning hybrid strain leans heavily toward a sour flavour profile and is known for its chunky and dense emerald green buds that are complemented by orange hairs and a thick coating of trichomes. The smoke is smooth and flavours of spicy citrus and caramelized sugar are distinct on the exhale.

Genetics: Banana OG x Fire OG

Missing the Fire

Banana Fire by Wagners packaged on May 5, 2023, cost $31.95 for 3.5 grams with 27.1% THC and a dry sour earth scent.  Our test amount was 0.26 gram.

The “high” starts with a mild change in our perception embellished with a euphoric lens on the World.   Over the first 15 minutes, Banana Fire transform Reality with cerebral distractions and accelerating Bliss.  With low expectations because of the dryness of the flower, Banana Fire is, however, delivering an enjoyable “high.”  Surprised.

In the great outdoors, Banana Fire delivered a functional “high” against a hazy blissful background.   After the first hour, the “high” became even more tranquilizing.  Overall outdoor performance was enjoyable but uninspiring.  We were missing the Fire part.

Activity pairing is best in the latter part of the day time slots.  Banana Fire by Wagners delivers an immersive “high” with strong euphoric cerebral and blissful effects.  Chill in the evenings with Banana Fire.


Banana Fire by Wagners (IM Cannabis)

Banana Fire by Wagners is a hybrid Indica with a medium cerebral euphoric and blissful “high.”  While the dry flower was unappealing, the “high” does deliver the Banana experience strong enough to stop time temporarily.

THC:  27.1%

Quality:  8.6

Intensity: 8.8

Duration: 8.7

Total: 8.7

Cost: $31.95 for 3.5 grams

Would we buy this again?  No, not at this price level.  The overall quality of Banana Fire is below the standard we expected from Wagners, which was disappointing.  Some memorables strains in the past from Wagners was Blue Lime Pie and Forbidden RNTZ.

On an investment note, IM Cannabis, in a constant state of restructuring initiatives, appears to be doing well in exporting Canadian cannabis to Israel and Germany, according to their Quarterly update.  This review was motivated by our curiosity to Product quality given the uncertainty of the Wagners’ and Highland Grow’s future.