Stephen Hawking Kush

Stephen Hawking Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
5% to 12%
THC Level
CBD Level
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
7 to 9 weeks
Growing Difficulty
>78 inches
Earthy, Woody, and Berry

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Stephen Hawking Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

Stephen Hawking Kush, or SHK, is Alphakronik Genes’ second release in the Great Minds seed series. SHK was created by pollinating a Harle-Tsu woman with a Sin City Kush male, named for the famous scientist Dr. Stephen Hawking. This indica-dominant variant is also part of the genetics row which targets high-CBD strains of Alphakrokik Genes.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Stephen Hawking Kush?

This strain will give the fantastic merge of earthy, woody, and berry flavors. You’ll feel relaxed, happy and euphoric with this strain. It will also make you feel focused and able to finish some tasks. This would rarely leave you in couch-locked when the dosage is high.

What are the Medical Benefits of Stephen Hawking Kush?

This indica strain is known for its pain and inflammation treatment ability. Arthritis, joint pain, muscle pain, and post-operative pain are wide. It’s also stress and anxiety therapy. It can be used in addition to approaches for anti-depression and stress relief. Stephen Hawking Kush is also used to relieve nausea, especially in chemotherapy patients.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Stephen Hawking Kush

You should expect dry mouth and eyes as the adverse effect but can be quickly treated with a hand-to-hand drink. Stephen Hawking Kush is known to cause dizziness when taken in too high a dosage.

How to Grow Stephen Hawking Kush?

Stephen Hawking Kush appears in three distinct phenotypes, each of which has specific characteristics of foliage and flowering. All these strains can grow outdoors or indoors, but it is preferred to grow outdoors. Make sure your plants are grown with consistent daytime temperatures in a semi-humid climate. Those who want to bring out the purple hues of the strain, you should expose the plant in the late vegetative stage to cold (but not freezing) temperatures.

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