Shiatsu Kush Regular Cannabis Strain Specifications
Type: 50% Indica / 50% Sativa
Genetics Parents: Unknown Japanese genetics
Flowering Period: 8 to 10 weeks
Climate: Sunny, Continental, Temperature, Mediterranean,
Yield: 300 grams per square meter indoors / 350 grams per plant outdoors
Flavors: Sweet, Vanilla, Pine
THC Level: 18%
CBD Level: Low
Harvest Period: Middle of October
Growing Difficulty: Novice
What are the Flavor and Effects of Shiatsu Kush Regular Cannabis Strain?
Smoking the sweet vanilla and pine-flavored buds of the Shiatsu Kush Regular cannabis strain will induce a full-body experience that is energizing and relaxing at the same time. Consumers will initially feel a jolt of motivation and focus before their body slowly succumbs to a couch-locked state of relaxation.
What are the Medical Benefits of Shiatsu Kush Regular Cannabis Strain?
Rooted from its name, consuming the buds of the Shiatsu Kush Regular cannabis strain can induce a relaxing effect that relieves pain and encourages sleep. These sedating effects are advantageous to patients with insomnia and chronic pains. The mood-boosting capability of this strain is also beneficial to patients with PTSD and depression.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Shiatsu Kush Regular Cannabis Strain
Excessive smoking of the buds of the Shiatsu Kush Regular cannabis strain can lead to dizziness, anxiety attacks, and paranoia. On the other hand, moderate smoking of the buds of this strain will usually lead to dry eyes and cottonmouth.
How to Grow Shiatsu Kush Regular Cannabis Strain
The Shiatsu Kush Regular cannabis strain thrives indoors and outdoors, flowers in 8 to 10 weeks, and grows into an average-sized plant with big female and male nugs wrapped in orange-hued calyxes and sugar-like trichomes. First-time cultivators will not have a hard time nurturing the plants to yield 300 to 350 grams of harvest.
Growing indoors, the plants thrive in a controlled room with optimal humidity and temperature levels. Expose the plants to the light source and apply the Sea of Green method to improve bud production. By the middle of October, first-time growers can expect 300 grams per square meter of harvest. Growing outdoors, novice cultivators can expect a yield of 350 grams per plant if you place them in a dry location with direct access to the sun. Give the plants enough nutrients and water to grow well until the middle of October.