Kosher Kush | Strain | Quebec

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Cannabinoids
    thc  20%
  • Calming 10% 10%
  • Energizing 90% 90%

Effects

Feelings

  • Relaxed 67% 67%
  • Sleepy 52% 52%
  • Happy 45% 45%
  • Euphoric 42% 42%
  • Hungry 26% 26%

Helps with

  • Stress 34% 34%
  • Insomnia 32% 32%
  • Pain 32% 32%
  • Anxiety 26% 26%
  • Depression 21% 21%

Negatives

  • Dry mouth 29% 29%
  • Dry eyes 15% 15%
  • Dizzy 6% 6%
  • Paranoid 3% 3%
  • Anxious 1% 1%

Kosher Kush, offered now in seed form from DNA Genetics, originated in Los Angeles as a clone-only strain. Winner of High Times Cannabis Cup’s Best Indica in 2010 and 2011, as well as Best Strain in 2011, Kosher Kush produces staggering levels of THC. Known as one of the most odiferous OG Kush-related strains, it has a unique yet familiar smell reminiscent of rich earth and fruit, and is considered by many to be one of the tastiest smokes around. The high experienced is typical of many heavy strains, producing pronounced relaxation and pain relief, with sleep often following close behind.

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