About Pink KushPKIndica
Pink Kush is a 90/10 indica-dominant hybrid with a little bit of a coy attitude. No one is certain about this strain's lineage, but it’s widely believed that she’s a descendant of OG Kush.
🇳🇱 Dutch Bred, 🇺🇸 American Genetics
Creating super strong body effects and a sweet and delicate taste, Pink Kush is a 90/10 indica-dominant hybrid with a little bit of a coy attitude. No one is certain about this strain's lineage, but it’s widely believed that she’s a descendant of OG Kush. This strain lives up to its name with amazing colouration and a powerful high, and is popular in the Pacific Northwest and Canada.
Pink Kush aims to please when it comes to THC, with average levels around 20%. Green nugs of this strain are offset by pink pistils and a coating of trichomes that resembles sugar on candy.
Almost good enough to eat, Pink Kush’s flavour and odour are heavily accented with vanilla, sweet berries, and floral notes that linger in your mouth in a pleasing way.
When it comes to getting high, Pink Kush brings relaxation with a twist of happy giggles. Users will find that they are instantly taken to a euphoric head-space, as even the potential of a negative thought is far from the mind.
As the high gets deeper and deeper, you’ll feel light as a feather and wonder how many hours your high will last - hint, the answer is many, many hours. Keep in mind that this strain is known to create munchies that won’t quit, so make sure you have a kitchen full of food or at least your local pizza delivery chain on speed dial.
Medical patients tend to gravitate toward Pink Kush for its overwhelming body effects that work to combat physical pain, migraines, and nausea. Used frequently to overcome stress, anxiety, and extreme nervousness, it’s a great way to calm yourself down and enjoy a carefree day. If used later in the evening, smoking a decent amount of this strain will lull you into a deep sleep.
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