The cannabis strain King’s Kush is an indica, often emitting a sweet earthy scent. It derives its name from its smell, mimicking the floral scents royalty would wear to events.
The parents of King’s Kush are the hybrid OG Kush and indica Grape Ape.
Its THC levels range from 14% to 20%. The high of King’s Kush will render the consumer tired and sedated after about 20 minutes, but the strain will often create an elevated mood. It stimulates the mind in a manner that many reviewers describe as psychedelic. For those who experience the more cerebral effects of the strain, creativity can be heightened, and energy elevated instead of the usual couch-lock that most experience. It’s best used at night time before finding if the physical or cerebral effects affects one’s mind most.
Ill side-effects include the usual dry mouth and eyes, with many reviewers noting phases of paranoia and dizziness.
Growers should expect a nine-week flowering period that ends in early October.
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