Kosher Kush Strain Spotlight and Review
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LimoneneLimonene is an energetic and uplifting citrus smelling terpene.
A PinenePinene is an energetic piney smelling terpene.
MyrceneMyrcene is an relaxing and mood uplifting terpene.
b CaryophylleneCaryophyllene is an calming and relaxing peppery smelling terpene.
LinaloolLinalool is an relaxing and sedating floral smelling terpene.
HumuleneLimonene is an uplifting and invigorating citrus smelling terpene.
Totals above represent the average amounts you can expect to find available from this strain. This data is updated frequently as more lab tests are reported and analyzed from vendors and dispensaries.
Kosher Kush is a heavy indica medical cannabis strain discovered in California and developed by DNA Genetics. It is a favorite of those seeking an extremely relaxing effects and relief from pain and insomnia. Kosher Kush stands out with its high THC content, often over 30%, exudes an earthy, pine flavor with unmistakable notes of citrus and has been blessed by a rabbi, making this strain 'kosher'.
Like most heavy hitting indica strains, it reduces inflammation and provides ample pain relief as well as provides cerebral effects described as uplifting and euphoric accompanied by a strong and relaxing head and body high. Couch lock is not uncommon for new and lower tolerance consumers.
Kosher Kush can provide relief for many conditions that require a strong indica properties such as chronic pain, migraines, anxiety, muscle spasms, cramps, arthritis and other aches and body pains.
In 2010 and 2011, Kosher Kush won the coveted High Times Cannabis Cup in Los Angeles for Best Indica. It is believed to have come from a clone only version of OG Kush.
As with nearly all medical marijuana strains, it has some reported side effects including dry eyes and dry mouth, two common effects with high THC strains. It can also create some uncomfortable dizziness in some and in rare occasions, cause headaches or induce paranoia.
Indoors, it can flower in about 9-10 weeks and yields about 19-20 ounces per square meter. Outdoors, harvests averagely occur about mid-October and can yield about a pound per plant making Kosher Kush more productive indoors than outdoors.