The 3rd Place Sativa winner at the 2005 High Times Cannabis Cup, this sativa-dominant hybrid (60% sativa/40% indica) has neon green buds that smell like pine needles and citrus peels. The smoke carries that rubber-ball, diesel quality found in a lot of OGs, which makes sense since this cannabis plant comes from one.
Users seeking pain management often recommend Kushage for its effects and the tingles it sends throughout the body. However, this strain really shines in the heady area. The high from this cultivar is instantly uplifting and alert, coupled with a propensity for giggles, so many also recommended for mood disorders, depression, stress, and constant fatigue.
Common side effects from Kushage include cottonmouth and red eyes. Inexperienced users or those sensitive to sativas may experience some paranoia or anxiety, especially with higher doses.
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Bred by TH Seeds, Kushage is a cross of SAGE and OG Kush. It’s a moderately powerful strain, making it a good choice for beginners and experienced smokers alike.