Nicole Kush

Nicole Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
18% to 25%
THC Level
CBD Level
450-510 g/m2
Flowering Period
7-9 weeks
Mediterranean Climate
Growing Difficulty
Sweet, Citrus, Lemon, Wood, Earthy, Pine

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Nicole Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

This type of strain is a 75/25 Indica-dominant strain that will satisfy your need for potency as well as flavor. Kosher Kush from DNA Genetics teamed up with the Nicole Indica from Marimberos to create a dynamic variety that captures sweet and woody flavors with a touch of lemon.

Deep relaxation reaches the body, leaving the mind calm and introspective. It can be both for day and nighttime uses.

What are the Flavors and Effects of Nicole Kush Strain?

Once drawn in, the sweet citric taste of lemons accentuated by wood fill the palate. Further enhancing it is subtle of wet soil and pine that linger in the taste even after the last exhale. The Nicole Kush experience begins with an uplifting sense of euphoria. In all likelihood, it will take the user to cloud nine.

What are the Medical Benefits of Nicole Kush Strain?

This type of cannabis provides relief to a variety of medical usage through the fused effects of its cannabinoids. Among its best uses is alleviating stress, which manifests itself in fatigue, tiredness, emotional instability, and anxiousness. These same symptoms are present in patients with mental health issues like depression and PTSD.

Negative Effects of Nicole Kush Strain

Like other strains, Nicole Kush has hindering cannabinoids that interfere with the body’s natural ability to produce moisture. As such, it is common for a consumer to experience dry eyes and a cottonmouth regardless of the dose.

How to Grow Green Nicole Kush Strain? Some information and Tips

Aspiring growers must have necessary gardening skills when cultivating cannabis. However, with Nicole Kush, one doesn’t need many experiences. Indoor cultivators may want to manage their height by topping the plant early. In addition, growers may also apply the Sea of Green technique to keep it short.

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