Walrus Kush

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  • Climate:
    Semi-humid climate
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  • Flavors:
    Citrus, Herbal, Lemon, Pine, and Sweet
  • THC Content:
    14 to 17%
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Strain Information

With an unknown origin and breeder, Walrus Kush emits an aroma of citrus, earthy, pepper, pine, and spices. The plant has small to medium-sized fluffy popcorn-shaped forest green nugs with little orange hairs dusted in a blanket of sandy white trichomes and sweet sticky resin. It has dark olive-green curly leaves that spread thickly throughout. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Walrus Kush?

Walrus Kush is a blended taste of citrus, herbal, lemon, pine, and sweet.

Its fast-acting cerebral high brings euphoria and boosts of energy. Your creativity will be enhanced. You will feel a bit giggly and hungry. This is followed by a potent body high that slowly spreads throughout the body, leaving you deeply relaxed and sedated. You will need the urge to sleep that‘s why this strain is best used at nighttime.

What are the Medical Benefits of Walrus Kush?

Walrus Kush is greatly beneficial to patients who suffer from anxiety, chronic pain, depression, insomnia, migraines, nausea, loss of appetite, and stress. It is an effective analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, relaxant, and appetite booster.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Walrus Kush.

Greening out is also possible when using Walrus Kush. Dizziness, along with anxiety, may happen in rare cases. This is due to overconsumption, so go slow with the doses, especially if you are a beginner.

Additionally, two of the common cannabis-induced dehydration side effects are dry, itchy eyes and dry mouth. To remedy this, hydration is the key. Drink lots of fluids and use an eye moisturizer drops to soothe those irritated red eyes.

How to Grow Walrus Kush?

Walrus Kush thrives both indoors and outdoors. Indica leaning, this plant grows short and has broad leaves. Pruning is necessary to increase light and air circulation in the plant. It needs a spacious area where it can thrive freely. Choose high-quality organic soil for planting. Check the pH of the plant. Feed it with the proper nutrients. Watch out for mold and mildew, as well as pests that can damage it.

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