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About this Indica Strain
A pure indica cannabis plant (100% indica), Sugar Kush gets its name from the high trichome count covering its buds. Its flowers grow large and chunky with tiny petals and leaves. It releases a sweet floral bouquet when sniffed, and when smoked it tastes like earthy pine needles and burnt hash.
Lab tests indicate its cannabinoid content is somewhere between 18-20% THC on average.
The rush from Sugar Kush will bring a smile to most faces, but it will sink even the most seasoned smoker straight into the couch. Its recommended for treating chronic and moderate pain, triggering an intense case of the munchies, combatting insomnia, or relieving muscle tension.
Cottonmouth and red eyes are the two most commonly reported side effects from Sugar Kush.
The hash flavor likely comes from one its parents, the legendary Hash Plant. Its other parent is Kandy Kush, though some sources claim it also has Northern Lights #1 in its lineage.
Frequently Asked Questions About Sugar Kush
- What is Sugar Kush?
Sugar Kush is a pure indica strain of cannabis.
- Where does Sugar Kush come from?
It is a cross between the strains Hash plant and Kandy Kush although some claim one parent is Northern Lights #5.
- What does Sugar Kush smell like?
Sugar Kush has a sweet, earthy aroma with hints of pine and lemon.
- What does Sugar Kush taste like?
It has a sweet, earthy taste with hints of pine and lemon.
- What color does Sugar Kush have?
Sugar Kush buds are typically a light green color, sometimes with a slight purple hue, and are covered in orange hairs and a heavy coating of trichomes.
- What effects does Sugar Kush have?
Sugar Kush is known to have relaxing and sedative effects, making it a good option for those looking to unwind and relieve stress. Some users also report feeling euphoric and uplifted.
- Is Sugar Kush an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Sugar Kush is a pure indica strain