Nepalese Kush allegedly creates a high that can be heavy-hitting, and many reviewers have said they’ve felt deep relaxation coupled with sleepiness after trying it.
Despite its tendency to couch-lock, Nepalese Kush has been used by some to attempt to ease both chronic and acute pain, as well as to help rid them of insomnia. The cerebral high has been noted as being clear while focusing comes naturally.
These buds are incredibly colorful and filled with deep greens, dusty teals, and burnt orange pistils. Both its scent and flavor have been described as being similar to fresh dirt, with the earthy and pine-like kush coming out and easily recognizable.
Nepalese Kush’s dominant terpenes have been found to be limonene, caryophyllene, and myrcene.
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