King’s Kush derives from OG Kush and the elusive Grape strain. With gradual but powerful effects, King’s Kush is famous for its potency and shiny trichromes during flowering. This strain comes across as sweet and sour with a powerful and tangy grape scent, as well as some hints of lavender. The flowering time for King Kush is approximately 9 weeks, at which point purple and blue veins will appear on the plant. King Kush’s THC content can be up to 20%. The strain is referred to as King’s Kush for good reason. Not only is it an indica dominant strain, but it has an amazing 20% THC content. With a 70:30 indica/sativa ratio, it has much to offer. The strain is a cross between Grape Ape and OG Kush and is not recommended for individuals who are new to smoking cannabis. King’s Kush looks no different than any of its Kush counterparts, but it does produce some incredibly dense nuggets. The buds are densely covered by dark green leaves with hues of purple and abnormal looking calyxes. It has a tangy and intense aroma with an unforgettable taste of grapefruit but with woody undertones. That being said, King’s Kush offers a desirable range of effects. As soon as you smoke the strain, you will feel the high overcome you in no time. The effects start with elevated mood levels and feelings of euphoria. After no more than 20 minutes, you will feel your body ease up and relax. You may feel incredibly lazy, sedated and tired. But then again, the strain will clear your mind and its psychedelic effects will keep you coming back for more. The strain is perfect for nighttime use, it is often recommended to patients suffering from inflammation and chronic pains and aches. On the other hand, it is perfect for treating symptoms of insomnia and anorexia at the same time.
14 Grams, 28 Grams, 3.5 Grams, 7 Grams
Euphoric, Happy, Relaxed, Sleepy, Uplifted
Depression, Insomnia, Lack of Appetite, Pain, Stress
Citrus, Earthy, Lemon
Euphoric=70, Happy=50, Relaxed=100, Sleepy=50, Uplifted=50
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Depression=60, Insomnia=90, Lack of Appetite=60, Pain=100, Stress=95