Kalishnapple Kush

Kalishnapple Kush

  • Type:
  • Flowering Period:
    67 days
  • Climate:
    warm climate
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  • Flavors:
    fruity, tropical
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Strain Information

Created by Trichome Jungle Seeds, Kalishnapple Kush is a sativa dominant strain consisting of 60% kalishnapple genes, 20% og kush characteristics, and 20% mantis potency. It emits a spicy lemon funk aroma with tropical notes and produces a high amount of resins. It can be grown indoors, outdoors, and in a greenhouse.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Kalishnapple Kush?

The strain coats the mouth with a strong fruity flavor with notes of lemon, mixed in with funkiness and tropical undertones. The energetic and euphoric smoke is creamy and hits heavily. The user will feel a bit hazy first, with a little bit of pressure around the eyes or the temples. From there, the euphoric high levels up the user’s motivation, productivity, and creativity. Users will start to feel more giggly and inspired. Creativity is also increased, so the user becomes more imaginative and resourceful. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Kalishnapple Kush?

The powerful hybrid strain is best for chronic fatigue, anxiety, depression, chronic stress, PTSD, mood swings, and bipolar disorder. It greatly aids in stabilizing and uplifting the mood and removing feelings of uselessness and hopelessness. Physically, it can relieve muscle tensions, muscle spasms, inflammation, neck pain, and back pain. It can also help people struggling with a loss of appetite and sleep.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Kalishnapple Kush

The weed induces cottonmouth, irritated eyes, and parched throat, which is usual in potent strains. The energy can be too much as well, increasing anxiety, lethargy, mild drowsiness, paranoia, and nausea if smoked in excessive amounts. As a precaution, make sure you keep yourself hydrated with water. You also have to restrain yourself no matter how delicious the strain is.

How to grow Kalishnapple Kush? 

The weed can grow from medium to tall in height, so Low-Stress Training (LST) increases the chance of a higher yield. It is also suitable for the Screen of Green (SCROG) setup. Its savory smell can be potent, which can be a disadvantage if you are growing discreetly. You may install anti-odor carbon filters so you can continue cultivating it to its highest potential.

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