Kerberos Kush

Kerberos Kush

  • Type:
  • Flowering Period:
    67 days
  • Climate:
    warm climate
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  • Flavors:
    pine, kush, funk, lemon
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Strain Information

Kerberos Kush is a mix of G-13 x Spacedawg and White OG V2. The potent combination is a bright idea by Sub Rosa Gardens breeders. It is dominated by indica genes and gives off a sweet and earthy flavor. It can be grown indoors and outdoors.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Kerberos Kush?

The strain presents its relaxing effects through a mix of lemon, pine, kushy and funky taste. It will send you to a state of euphoric high that you no longer wanted to end. It makes its presence known by manifesting as a little pressure around the eyes, and sometimes even around the temples. The blood rushes around the face, particularly in the brain, increasing presence of mind. It is psychedelic for most of the time until the happy body high starts to creep in. The user will feel heaviness in the eyes and limbs.

What are the Medical Benefits of Kerberos Kush?

The strain’s mellow effect can ease anxiety and depression, as the patients will feel a sense of purpose due to the increase in accomplished activities. It regulates learning so it is also good for people with ADD and ADHD. It can ease nausea and trigger the munchies for people who have been losing weight due to loss of appetite. On the physical aspect, it can ease chronic pain, inflammation and muscle tremors.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Kerberos Kush

The strain can induce dryness in the mouth, eyes and throat. There are times when it is even accompanied by coughing which seems to be unstoppable. It can also deliver effects opposing its medical effects. Instead of combatting anxiety, fatigue, and migraine, the strain can induce it instead. The best way to avoid these is to control your intake, and to ensure you are always within what you can bear.

How to grow Kerberos Kush? Some information and Tips

The strain responds well to Low Stress Training (LST) techniques. Doing Sea of Green (SOG) method is recommended to control its height, since most of the time, its structure leans on its indica genetics. It also reacts well to great light intensity. It grows bushy, so trimming the leaves is advised.

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