K.O. The Hague

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Heavy, 450 to 500 grams per square meter
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Strain Information

By crossing the American Bubba Kush strain with the Dutch Afghan strain, the Dizzy Duck Seeds came up with this 100% Indica variety that is known for its above-average resin production and yield. Its buds are densely packed together and offer a great hash and incense flavors.

What are the Flavor and Effects of KO The Hague?

The uniformly shaped buds offer an excellent hash and incense flavor. It offers a mellow mental and physical high as it is known for its low THC levels and potency. This makes it an ideal bud for users with low tolerance limits or those new to the cannabis world. 

What are the Medicinal Benefits of KO The Hague?

With higher CBD content, this weed offers a number of medicinal value that includes alleviation of mild to moderate cases of stress, anxiety, and nausea. It can also help in cases of physical aches and pains, whether chronic or temporary.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from KO The Hague?

Since the effects of this strain are somewhat faint, the negative side effects – dry eyes and mouth – are also quite tolerable. However, just to make sure that these discomforts are kept at bay, it is important to keep yourself hydrated at all times. 

How to Grow KO The Hague?

This bud is not only easy to grow, but it also boasts of the above-average yield of deliciously flavored buds. It can be grown inside and outside and requires a moderate and dry climate. Growers need to be mindful of moisture and molds with this plant. Other than that, when provided with care and proper attention, you will easily get your generous batch of weed after a flowering period of 7 to 8 weeks.