Cold Creek Kush
15% to 22%
21 oz per square meter (indoor), 24 oz per plant (outdoor)
This indica-dominant hybrid, which people sometimes dis because of the strong smell that’s difficult to ignore, won the 2nd place in indica category at the 2010 High Times Cannabis Cup. This strain is crossed from the genetics of MK Ultra and Chemdawg 91, which is a Colorado native. Having a strong fragrance that may be unappealing to will give you the best effects.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Cold Creek Kush?
The flavor of Cold Creek Kush is a dank, herbal, earthy, pine, and woody, which is sometimes not great on the buds. Hence, having the undeniable aroma, this is best on making you happy as it increases the euphoric level. Or so, you may feel your mood being uplifted or heightens up. Additionally, if you wanted to relax after a long hard day, this can be the remedy of it. Upon consuming this, you may feel hungry and wants you to crave and eat the food you wanted.
What are the Medical Benefits of Cold Creek Kush?
Cold Creek Kush is ideally best in patients who wanted to overcome stress and handle depressions. Muscle spasms or any kind of chronic pain eases the pain you’ve been feeling. Also, this strain is best in curing inflammations, and will surely boost your appetite after consumption.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Cold Creek Kush
Like most of the strain negative effects, this will also make your throat, mouth, and eyes in drought. Sometimes, feeling a bit of dizziness and headache is reported.
How to Grow Cold Creek Kush?
Cold Creek Kush can be grown indoors or outdoors. Its resistant characteristics to common molds and diseases will help growers to achieve the free-pest or free-disease environment, which then leads in getting the best outcome of this strain.