Krishna Kush

Krishna Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
20 to 24%
300 to 350 grams per square meters 
Flowering Period
7 to 9 weeks
Sunny and Mediterranean climate
Growing Difficulty
Sweet, Woody, Herbal, and Lavender

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Krishna Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

Bred by Colorado Seed Inc., Krishna Kush is a Kush grower’s dream. This strong, purply plant creates thick colas embellished with brilliant and sparkling trichomes. 

By blending delicate elements of Lavender, Big Skunk Korean, Afghani, and Super Skunk toward the in-house genetics of Gupta Kush, this strain devises a genuinely sedative haze that incenses the space with sour floral connotations.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Krishna Kush? 

This strain has a very sweet fragrant lavender fragrance with just a bit of skunky Kush as the nugs are combusted. The taste is just as tender, with rich floral and sweet earthy skunk mingling together wonderfully for a deliciously creamy and soothing exhale that will send you flying on every puff.

What are the Medical Benefits of Krishna Kush?

With this strain’s highly potent THC levels, a tingly sensation arises as you smoke Krishna Kush, flooding over your body and giving you a feeling of complete relaxation that incredibly arouses. Thanks to these effects, this strain is frequently applied to manage ailments such as insomnia, chronic pain, ADD or ADHD, and depression.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Krishna Kush? 

Krishna Kush shares the most typical unfavorable outcomes, just like most cannabis out there. You encounter sensations of dry eyes and cottonmouth with this strain. Given its high content of THC level, Krishna Kush is not suggested for novice users or amateur smokers.

How to Grow Krishna Kush?

This strain can be opted to grow both indoors or outdoors. It favors sunny and Mediterranean climate. A quite easy strain to grow given its indica properties that this strain inherits with a tick and dense buds than can withstand heavy gusts of wind and is mostly repellant to common molds and mildews.  

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