After a few nontraditional homegrown medical products, we’re back with another flower review. This time, John Grow #32 tells us about his latest harvest of the popular strain Kosher Kush from DNA Genetics.
Kosher Kush is a multiple award-winning strain with an unknown lineage, though most claim OG Kush as a partial parent. Among other awards, Kosher Kush won High Times Cannabis Cup’s Best Indica in 2010 and 2011, as well as Best Strain in 2011. And as the story goes, Kosher Kush is supposedly the only strain that has been blessed by a Rabbi.
John Grow #32 grows Kosher Kush for the strong multiple medical benefits with its high THC levels and terpene profile that include limonene, β-caryophyllene, myrcene, linalool, and β-pinene. The aroma hits first with rich earthy blast then adds notes of mint, sweet citrus, and fruit.
The flavor is heavy with gas and earthy citrus, especially on the front of the inhale. The back end of the inhale adds notes of sweet diesel, pine, sandalwood, and spice. The exhale starts with the spice, pine, gas and ends with a sour gassy, sweet creamy citrus, and earthy pine.
Kosher Kush effects are potent and best suited for experienced consumers. Kosher Kush starts with a euphoric, stress-relieving, and peaceful head high. As the buzz builds, the head high gains weight in the eyes and forehead, and the thought process wanes in clarity, causing a back-and-forth between peaceful thought wandering, thoughtlock, and the elusive “no thoughts” all at.
Kosher Kush’s body buzz may be its most beneficial medical effect. The body buzz onset is quicker than most and comes in waves of relaxation. At peak, the body buzz becomes a heavy blanket of muscle and joint relaxation that keeps building with more doses. Kosher Kush also gives a big boost to appetite.
The late sedative effects works well for night use for leisure, de-stressing, muscle relaxation, and sleep, among other benefits. Patients who prefer strong indica for night use should enjoy Kosher Kush as John Grow #32 does. For more Illinois News Joint Medical Patient Reviews, visit here.
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