What’s the Deal with Kush?

All too often, people get overwhelmed because there are so many varieties of Cannabis to choose from. Kush is one of the more popular varieties that originates from the Hindu-Kush Mountains. Today, these mountains are situated in Afghanistan and Pakistan. 

Over the last 50 years, breeders and cultivators have been refining Kush and hybridizing the vintage Kush genetics, making it nearly impossible to know exactly how many different “Kush” strains are available. It seems as if here are new strains being added all the time! To find out which Kush strains are best-suited for you, download our app available in the Apple Store and Google Play. Here are 3 of our favorite Kush strains – try them and leave a review!

OG Kush

OG Kush is a Sativa dominant strain (55/45) and contains high THC levels. It has been referred to as “the best of both worlds” by some users as it boasts a cerebral high and a tranquil state of mind. Users have also reported feelings of euphoria and mild laziness. OG Kush tastes of lemon and pine when smoked, and it’s buds smell earthy/pungent. It has been used to treat psychological disorders, chronic pain, and insomnia. 

Critical Kush

Critical Kush is an Indica dominant strain (90/10) that contains moderate THC levels. Users report feeling hazy, relaxed, and euphoric after using this strain. Critical Kush is known for being a great strain for introspection, as it allows the body to feel sedated while the head remains clear. It has a piny/sweet flavor and smells earthy/woody. This strain has been used to treat stress, depression, and nausea. 

Master Kush

Master Kush is an Indica dominant strain (90/10) that contains high THC levels. It is not recommended for new cannabis users. Some users have reported feeling euphoric, relaxed, and sleepy after using Master Kush. It has a pungent/sweet flavor, with a citrus/earthy scent. It has been used to treat Arthritis, PTSD, and migraines.

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