The chunky, popcorn-sized buds that grow off this indica-dominant cannabis plant reek of diesel and skunk. The taste from Kong, however, will surprise even the most experienced smoker: it’s something like a mix of charred hash and pink bubblegum.
For medical patients, Kong is recommended for managing pain or relieving insomnia, due to its heavy, sedating body effects. In the head, euphoria and serenity tend to accompany the Kong’s smoke, making this a perfect strain to relaxing at the end of a long day. Some users may find that it gives them energy, so experiment with it at first before delving into full-on night time use.
Common side effects from Kong include cottonmouth, lightheadedness, and red eyes.
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Kong comes from Holy Smoke Seeds, and it’s a cross between White Russian and Motavation. There are no published lab counts for this strain, but most users report that it is potent and fast acting, leading most to believe it contains moderate to high levels of THC.