Copper Kush

Copper Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
7 to 9 Weeks
Warm and Slightly Dry Environment
Growing Difficulty
100-130 centimeter
Fruity, Pine and Citrus

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Copper Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

Originated from Florida, this strain was created by cross-breeding a Frankenstein (A Sativa dominant Hybrid) with a Lemon OG Kush (Indica dominant) from Amsterdam.

With its different variety of phenotypes, which are mostly heavy, the buds of this strain have a hue of green, yellow with candy-like red hairs underneath its leaf.

What are the Flavor and Effects of the Copper Kush strain?

The Copper Kush strain enhances concentration and energizes you for greater productivity. This strain presents you with a relaxing, happy, euphoric, and uplifting effects. this strain will offer you citrus, fruity flavor with a pine undertone.

What are the Medical Benefits of the Copper Kush strain?

This strain has great medical potent in the treatment of depression and stress. People suffering from chronic pain, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)/attention deficit disorder (ADD), loss of appetite, insomnia, gastrointestinal problems, and anxiety will find this strain very helpful.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Copper Kush strain

The Copper Kush strain can cause dizziness, nausea, restlessness, fever, high blood, developing paranoia and dry mouth. Other side effects of this strain are the following: dry, itchy eyes, unnecessary anxiousness, eating disorder and headache.

How to Grow the Copper Kush strain?

The indoor method of cultivation is used to grow this strain. Fertilizer may be applied to enhance the maximum yield of this strain. Starting from the first to fourth week of growing this strain, watering should be done at least thrice a day.
Good lighting, normal humidity, and good soil pH level are required for the best growth and yield of this strain. As a first time grower of this strain, it is advisable to consult those who have planted the strain in the past for the strains growing information.

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