About Kosher KushKKHybrid
Kosher Kush's genetics are mostly a mystery though most growers agree that the strain likely contains OG Kush in its lineage.
🇺🇸 American Bred, 🇳🇱 Dutch Genetics
Kosher Kush is a mostly indica hybrid that won the High Times Medical Cannabis Cup in 2012. It has the distinction of being the first commercial strain blessed by a Rabbi. The blessing is thought to bring both enlightenment and a state of blissful tranquillity. Kosher Kush's genetics are mostly a mystery though most growers agree that the strain likely contains OG Kush in its lineage.
This strain produces a powerful yet lazy body buzz that can leave novice users quite sedated, but it also lifts their moods with its sativa-based cerebral effects. This stinky strain is known for its pungent, earthy aroma that hits you right in the face. It's reminiscent of pine, with notes of citrus and berry. These bright green nugs are typically covered in lots of trichomes and orange hairs.
New users warn that great caution should be exercised when using this strain as the sleepiness can be overwhelming. This attribute, however, makes Kosher Kush effective for treating insomnia and restlessness caused by anxiety and stress. Patients dealing with pain may also find it helpful due to its numbing body effects.
Dry eyes and mouth, paranoia, dizziness, and anxiety are all possible downsides of this strain.
The strain comes from California and originally had a far more offensive name before dispensary owners decided such a good strain shouldn't be ruined by a few thoughtless stoners.
It should be grown indoors and can be grown successfully by beginners. After flowering for nine to ten weeks, plants can produce up to 550 grams per square meter.
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