More About King’s Kush Autoflower Strain
Type: Indica (40%), Sativa (40%), Ruderalis (20%)
Genetics Parents: King’s Kush X Ruderalis
Flowering Period: 9 weeks
Climate: Warm, Dry, Sunny
Yield: up to 600 g/m2 (indoors) ; 70 to 80 g/plant (outdoors)
Flavors: Earthy, Citrus, Herbal, Pine
THC Level: Medium
CBD Level: Low
Height: up to 90 cm
Harvest Period: April to November
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of King’s Kush Autoflower?
The King’s Kush strain introduces the palate into a combination of earthy, citrus, herbal, and pine notes that will make smoker’s mouths water once this strain is lit. After having a taste, there is no doubt that they will want to keep having more tokes.
While the taste buds are exploding with flavors, the mind and body are instantly filled with mood-enhancing properties that result in a brighter and lighter mood. Smokers will feel more motivated and energized, but this does not result in a state of hyperactivity. The Indica side helps neutralize the effects and offers a relaxing experience to the smokers as well. Its balanced genetic mixture makes it great for consumption at any time of the day.
What are the Medical Benefits of King’s Kush Autoflower?
The King’s Kush strain is for both recreational and medical uses. The uplifting effects block out any unwanted negative thoughts and emotions that people with depression and anxiety frequently experience. Those who are currently having an overwhelming amount of stress can take advantage of the calming effect of this strain.
King’s Kush can also relieve swelling and chronic pains. Disorders caused by cramps, migraines, and arthritis through the anti-inflammatory and pain-killing properties of this strain.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from King’s Kush Autoflower
The King’s Kush strain is not an expedition to the common adverse effects of consuming marijuana. Dry eyes and cottonmouth triggers itchiness that can lead to irritations that might disturb your smoking session. These conditions occur even with moderate amounts, but this can be prevented by hydrating the body. It is important to drink lots of water before taking a hit.
On the other hand, the King’s Kush strain contains THC, which can be harmful to beginners when consumed in high doses, as it can lead to dizziness, headache, and nausea.
How to Grow King’s Kush Autoflower?
Growing the King’s Kush Autoflowering is such an easy task. Even newbies will find it easy to grow. This auto-flowering plant, which means that its flowering period is shorter than most marijuana plants because it does not depend on the light cycle for it to flower. Indoors, this plant can flower within 63 days. Cultivators may harvest up to 21 ounces per square meter. On the other hand, in an outdoors setting, cultivators can harvest two to four ounces per plant.