Tom Ford
Island Pink

The only source of

'Legacy Gas Kush'

Certified Craft

7Green only grows craft cannabis. We adhere to specific growing practices such as small batches, hand harvests, curing on the stock for a minimum of 14 days and of course hand trimming and packaging.

Supreme Fresh 

Grown in BC

Legacy Pink Kush

Fresh is King - Ideal moisture content paired with non-irradiated super gassy dense buds delivered to the consumer in less than 30 days from harvest.

Tom Ford Island Pink has roots in beautiful BC and the expertise to grow this complicated cultivar is only available in BC. Our Master Grower and his team have the experience to consistently deliver best 'Gas' on the market

With a wapping 21%-26% THC, This is the most gassy Tom Ford strain on the legal market. If you are after 'diesel gassy' Pink, with 4-5% terpenes, there's only one choice.

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Now available in BC  AB  & SK Coming soon to QC and ON

Our Gassy Kush was previously available through 7Acres Craft Collective - Tom Ford Island Pink. It was a best seller across Canada for a year. The same cultivar the undisputed King of Gas is now available fresh through our fine partners in these Provinces. - Small batch production means limited quantities. Don't miss out and order yours before it runs out!

A word from our supporters!

OMG after a half of a average joint i was so stoned i started to wonder how MORE stoned i was going to be. Definitely a hard hitter. I didn't really get the munchies however i was definitely ready for bed when the time came. Great Green !!

Michelle Knighttential

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Tom Ford Island Pink

Terpene profile



Limonene is a terpene (technically a monoterpene) that helps provide a strong citrus aroma to lemons, oranges, grapefruits, limes, and other citrus fruits. Found in the rinds of citruses, it is the second most common terpene in nature



Pinene is one of the most common terpenes in the plant world and is produced in significant quantities by basil, cedar, pine, and conifer trees, dill, eucalyptus, oranges, parsley, rosemary, and hundreds of other plants, including cannabis. 



β-Caryophyllene is the primary sesquiterpene contributing to the spiciness of black pepper; it is also a major constituent of cloves, hops, rosemary, copaiba, and cannabis.



linalool is typically responsible for producing a floral, spicy or woody aroma.


"In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous."

- Aristotle

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