Qush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
14% to 18%
Yield
10 to 12 ounces per square meter (indoor), 12 ounces or more per plant (outdoor)
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
7 to 9 Weeks
Climate
Warm
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
3 ft
Flavors
Sweet, cherry, grape, floral, earthy, pineapple

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Qush Marijuana Seeds Information

Qush is an indica-dominant cannabis strain from TGA Genetics, it is created by crossing Pre-98 Bubba Kush and Space Queen. The Qush strain has fluffy light minty green nugs with thin twisted fiery orange hairs and green olive leaves. In a fine layer of milky white trichomes and a layer of sticky sweet resin, these nugs are in appearance.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Qush?

The sweet, cherry, grape, floral, earthy, and pineapple flavor this strain will give. Qush strain brings slow soothing waves that wash over you like floating in a sea. This bud is perfect for relaxation and self-reflection, as well as a good sedative night smoking strain that will help you sleep in deep and quiet.

What are the Medical Benefits of Qush?

Its high psychedelic level is responsible for the relieving of mental issues like anxiety, depression, and stress. Physically, the analgesic properties it possesses suppress various types of aches and pains like arthritis, chronic pain, headaches, inflammation, migraines, and PMS. Also, this strain is best in curing cancer, insomnia, and loss of appetite.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Qush

The strain may cause drying of the eyes and mouth. You may also feel slight dizziness when not being used to this strain.

How to Grow Qush?

This strain can be grown indoors or outdoors with a warm climate. It will help to increase yields by increasing the vegetative cycle and supplementing it with the Sea of Green process. Soil is arguably the best way to go in terms of mediums as it improves flavor. A hydroponics system, however, can yield buds that are “cleaner.” As such, regular trimming and pruning of the plant are important to improve the circulation of air and light.

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