If you love exploring the world of colorful indicas and hybrids, then you’ll find that Kush Master is a true sight to behold. Its small but dense buds are brimming with various hues of purples, deep greens, burnt orange pistils, and even a few splotches of yellow. A well-cultivated batch will have a frosty layer of trichomes easily visible from afar and hinting at the potential its effects may have on you. But when you get up close and can take in its aroma, you’ll find that it can be as pleasant as its appearance, being earthy and sweet like freshly-churned soil and fruit.
Those of us that have already tried Kush Master have enjoyed this strain for multiple reasons. Some have claimed they’ve felt the strong effects of your typical indica strain, which is relaxation spreading throughout the body accompanied with a slowing of the mind so that rest comes more easily. Others have noted it has kept their mind clear and alert, bringing on a mellow euphoria that’s great for experiencing after a long, hard day at work. And still others, such as medical patients enjoy Kush Master as an analgesic, explaining that it rids them of pain associated with their condition.
Whatever the reason you decide to try Kush Master, keep in mind that this strain is different from Master Kush, and has been described by some of its fans as having a bit more sativa characteristics to it.
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