Kobian Kush

Kobian Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
24%
Yield
400 to 500 grams per square meters 
Type
Indica
Flowering Period
7 to 9 weeks
Climate
Warm to cool climate
Growing Difficulty
Difficult
Height
Short
Flavors
Citrus, Lime, Lemon, Sweet, Pepper, and Pine

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Kobian Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

Kobain Kush is indica-leaning hybrid cannabis that intersects Pre-98 Bubba Kush with the famous White Lotus. The purpose of this crossbreed scheme, by Red-Eyed Genetics, was to enhance the yield, height, and total intensity of the preceding Bubba Kush forming to reach quicker vegetative periods and improve the overall vigor. 

Detailed signs of purplish start to display late in the flowering period. The relaxing force of indica influences will help smooth pressure and ease the body from head to toe.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Kobian Kush? 

This strain has an extraordinary citric tang suggestive of lemon and lime. It has is sweet with tones of spicy pepper. Kobian Kush leaves a wood-like aftertaste of pine. This strain releases an alluring odor blending coffee and clammy earth. Invigorating connotations of pine and sweet diesel. The calming buzz, of course, arises in the temples. It relieves worries residing the mind as a feeling of happiness wells.

What are the Medical Benefits of Kobian Kush?

Kobain Kush contributes a notable therapeutic benefit to the medical marijuana scene. This strain provides a release against a myriad of ailments, including mental illnesses like depression, insomnia, PTSD, and even migraine.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Kobian Kush? 

Despite this strain, cannabis regularly provokes dehydration. It restrains the production of moisture in both the tear ducts and the salivary glands. With these effects, users end up with dry eyes and a cottonmouth.

How to Grow Kobian Kush?

This strain is a short, tough plant that is excellent for home growing. It can oppose several obstacles caused by humidity such as mold and mildew. Moreover, its branches are firm enough to support the weight of its thick buds. With its typically short length, this strain does not require height management.

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