Pure Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
19 - 24%
Yield
9 oz per square meter (indoors); 30 oz per plant (outdoors)
Type
Indica
Flowering Period
9 weeks
Climate
Dry, temperate, Mediterranean
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Medium
Flavors
Woody, Spicy, Skunky, Musky, Peppery

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Pure Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

Green House selectively bred this strain by using an OG Kush phenotype with a pinkish shade. It has a heavy effect on the body so it has a high possibility of getting someone stoned and couch-lock. It bears the signature aroma of Kush types which is pungent and skunky. Recreational users enjoy the ride with this strain and it’s popular in the medical marijuana community as well.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Pure Kush?

This strain will let you detect the skunky, woody and spicy taste and it releases peppery and musky presence on the exhale. The strong high sets in quickly and you will be able to experience profound relaxation. This calming physical buzz will go with its cerebral euphoria that promotes creativity.

What are the Medical Benefits of Pure Kush?

This strain can be found in many dispensaries located in Canada and the United States specifically in Arizona, California, British Columbia, Montana, Ontario, and Oregon. It is used for chronic pain, arthritis, migraines, PTSD, stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and appetite loss.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Pure Kush

Though this strain is one of the potent types, it has low adverse effects. It can mainly give users dry mouth and itchy eyes. High dosage may deliver dizziness, headache, and paranoia.

How to Grow Pure Kush?

It is easy to grow whether indoors, outdoors or in a greenhouse. Beginners are welcome to handle this strain that can be grown by seeds or cloning. It will thrive well within the SCROG method with a net. Indoor plantation requires 1 000 watts of light per square meter. Outdoor cultivation makes harvest happen by the end of September.

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