Citrush Kush

Citrush Kush

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
12% - 18%
Yield
Above average
Type
Indica
Flowering Period
7 - 9 weeks
Climate
Warm and dry
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Medium
Flavors
Lemon, lime, earthy

Strain Information

Many would agree that the combination of Cannabis and citrus is simply amazing. There can be many notes, but they don’t overpower each other. This strain that is originally from the Afghan mountains has a perfect balance of sweetness and sourness. Its green buds are covered by a myriad of colors of strawberry blond, amber, and orange hair. Frosty and translucent trichomes cling around it.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Citrush Kush?

The citrus flavor of lime and lemon hits the olfactory nerve, and the sweetness similar to bubblegum caresses your palate. There’s a hint of tropical sweetness too. Citrush is the dominant flavor you may experience as shown by its name.

The first inhale of this strain gives you weightlessness along with an uplifted feeling. The euphoric effect also boosts your appetite and craving for munchies. You may giggle from your carefree thoughts. The energy that supplies the body will absorb focus and concentration.

What are the Medical Benefits of Citrush Kush?

People who are suffering from chronic fatigue take advantage of its energizing properties. It is sorted as a treatment for stress and depression. Loss of appetite can be corrected by this strain. But there would be cases that the increase in appetite is staggering so users should watch out.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Citrush Kush

Dry eyes and dry mouth are the usual adverse effects of smoking weed, so this strain is not exempted. There are users who had an anxiety attack upon smoking it. There were also rare cases of dizziness to some consumers.

How to Grow Citrush Kush?

This strain can be cultivated by any growers. It’s an easy process, and it can flourish indoors and outdoors. Beginners may feel like a pro when having this plant in their garden.

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