AK Kush

AK Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
17% to 21%
450-550 gr/m2 indoor and 800-1400 gr/plant
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
9 - 10 weeks
Mediterranean Climate
Growing Difficulty
80 cm up to 100 сm
Pine Skunk Musky

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AK Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

AK Kush cannabis strain is an Indica leaning hybrid that was created by Kalashnikov Seeds. It has a plant that has a thick, radiant green bud with bright orange hairs and white trichomes coating. The three-way crossbreeding between Kuban Indica, AK-47 and Afghan Kush developed an AK Kush, marijuana greatly used in the morning and for therapeutic use in the evening. This strain has been known for how it contributes to retaining working behaviors and purpose while implementing solemn long-lasting discomforts as a remedy.

What are the Flavor and Effects of AK Kush?

AK Kush has a pine taste with a skunk and musky flavors with minty undertones reminiscent of eucalyptus and citrus when burned. Euphoric happiness will be observed aside from the uplifting effects. As the high tones down, you will feel the sleepy and intense relaxation will be yours.

What are the medical benefits of AK Kush?

As for the medicinal effect, the analgesic impact will be induced but still clear head without dizziness. AK Kush is very beneficial in reducing stress; manage pain muscle spasms, nausea, and lessening symptoms of seizures for epileptic patients and inducing sleepy signs to battle insomnia.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from AK Kush?

Novices and users with high sensitivity should be careful in dosing with AK Kush because this can provoke paranoia and the couch-lock effect associates with dry mouth and dry eyes and feeling lazy.

How to Grow AK Kush?

AK Kush can be grown inside or outside using hydroponics. Hydroponics will be very beneficial to the absorption of all the nutrients and plants grow faster as yield increase to a higher percentage than growing them in soil.

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