The indica cannabis strain Kahuna produces large, compact buds that bare rust-colored pistils. Its scent and taste are pungent and of sweet spices. Its known to have undertones of citrus or pineapple in its flavor.
Kahuna is a mixed breed of three popularized strains: the indica Super Skunk, sativa Jack Herer, and indica Afghan Hawaiian.
THC levels of Kahuna are still undetermined but believed to be of higher potency due to this strain’s strong and long-lasting high. Reviewers note its tendency to uplift the spirits, relax the body, and induce a feeling of sleepiness as well as lethargy. Kahuna is best consumed at nighttime because of these effects. Some have expressed its ability to induce munchies and relieve nausea. Others with higher tolerance enjoy its ability to slightly boost creativity and focus.
Not many claim ill side-effects when consuming Kahuna, but dry mouth and eyes are normal.
Flowering time for Kahuna is between nine and ten weeks, producing its highest yields when grown indoors.
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