More About Kush (Regular)
Type: 100% Indica
Genetics Parents: Afghan Kush
Flowering Period: approximately 7 – 8 weeks
Climate: Hot, Sunny, Dry
Yield: 500 grams indoor and 800 grams outdoors
Flavors: Earthy, Pine, Herbal, Sweet, Pungent
THC Level: 20%
CBD Level: could be High
Height: Short and Dense
Harvest Period: September
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Kush (Regular)?
The familiar scent of hashish can be found in the Kush marijuana variety, which, while being less potent, is one of the strains from which hashish originated. It has a piney, earthy scent that is very clean and fresh. Its taste is more pungent and enhanced than its smell, so it does not deviate from it. Pungent earthy flavors with herbal and piney undertones fill the user’s mouth, and customers taste a soothing and pure cannabis flavor.
Since it is an Indica strain, it has little Sativa influence, making the consumer feel euphoric and uplifted. It begins with a gentle humming in the ears, followed by a euphoric high and a mood upliftment that holds the consumer in a good frame of mind. It is the Indica high that stands out the most, as it is a direct descendant of Afghan Kush. From the top of the head to the spine and down to the toes, a warm wave of relaxation will wash over the person.
This overall sedation high has a narcotic and numbing effect on the patient. As the high grows stronger, the consumer would be compelled to seek out the coziest location in his home, as the need to relax and unwind grows stronger. The user will be glued to his position for several hours due to lethargy. Increasing the amount of marijuana they smoke would finally send them into a deep, restful slumber.
What are the Medical Benefits of Kush (Regular)?
With its high THC content, the Kush cannabis strain can be an excellent choice for treating mental and physical illnesses. Medical marijuana patients can benefit from these calming and mood-boosting properties, which can help with stress and depression. Stressful episodes and depressive behaviour can be avoided by soothing and calming the nerves and giving the user a good vibe by improving their mood. Many medical cannabis patients, on the other hand, depend on Kush to help them escape the misery of pain-related disorders. As a descendant of Afghan Kush, this strain may have inherited its forerunner’s high CBD content(although not substantiated). Chronic pain, joint inflammation, backaches, and muscle spasms can all be helped with this weed.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Kush (Regular)
Users should be careful when using the Kush marijuana strain because the potent effects can be overwhelming and cause anxiety and paranoia, particularly in the uninitiated. For those who aren’t used to the high of this weed, dizziness can be a side effect, but continued use may gradually help the user adapt to it.
How to Grow Kush (Regular)?
Kush is a form of kush that The standard marijuana strain is known as a fairly easy to grow cannabis. They can be grown both indoors and outdoors as long as the growing conditions are hot, sunny, and dry during the day and cool at night. These are Afghanistan’s weather conditions. If you live in Las Vegas, you can grow this weed in a grow room where the environment can be controlled and adjusted as needed. In 7 to 8 weeks, they should begin flowering and be ready for harvest, with yields averaging 500 grams indoors and 800 grams outdoors.