The hybrid cannabis strain named Khola is sativa-dominant, producing buds that are shaped like peppers and neon green, having deep orange pisils and a thin layer of chunky trichomes. Its scent and taste are reminiscent of skunk and freshly churned earth.
THC levels average around 7%, with a CBD level of 3%. Its effects are known to uplift the spirits and induce bouts of the giggles, creating a euphoric head high that keeps the mind clear to function normally. Khola will also increase appetite, so it’s best to have munchies or a meal at hand before consuming. This strain creates a relaxing body sensation due to its higher level of CBD, being best used to help alleviate symptoms of stress, anxiety, pain, and sleep disorders. Khola has also been known to help with night terrors, eliminating them.
Negative side-effects of Khola include paranoia along with your typical dry mouth and eyes. Paranoia will occur when consuming above tolerance levels.
It takes anywhere between 7-10 weeks for Khola to fully flower.
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Parent strains of Khola are a cross between the two sativas Thai and Central American. Khola first blossomed under the care of Dutch Passion Seeds in Amsterdam.