Something I’ve always appreciated about Bedford Grow is the cultivator’s deep genetic library. Even with new genetics regularly introduced, nearly forgotten gems can return once in a while for a tour of glory. Kachook, a three-way cross of Afghan and Chemdawg D and Haze, was one of the cultivars I remember from my early days of patienthood as an incomparable workout aid, increasing both my strength and stamina from a mere pre-roll.
I went years without seeing the strain again, but like an elephant, BG never forgets. When I got my hands on a gram of Kachook sugar produced earlier this year, I wanted to see if my memory of the flower’s invigorating properties held up in extract form.
The cured sugar was finely granulated, densely packed and sticky with amber-colored high-terpene liquid. Testing at 82.6% THCa with a moderately generous 8.94% terpene content, b-myrcene, b-caryophyllene, and limonene made up roughly half the Kachook’s entire profile, trailed by more than twenty individual terpenoids.
Together, these compounds boosted my initiative and flow state while suppressing pain and inflammation, enabling me to push my performance limits. At the same time, 2.51% CBG contributed to a circulation-improving effect that supported endurance.
Possessing a faintly pickled scent, the Kachook concentrate concealed most of its character until it was dabbed, releasing notes of dewy pine, cinnamon, and bitter hops that would please fans of Haze and IPAs. Lower-temp hits offered a full-bodied vapor yet still left a substantial pool after three or four pulls.
Dependent on momentum, the energy I harnessed during my first use turned quickly to a spacy anesthetic effect when left undirected toward physical activity. No surprise thanks to its classically rooted hybrid lineage, Kachook offered a versatile, primarily “sativa-like” experience with a body impact inherited from its Afghani indica side.
I recommend this strain for those who want to enhance exercise, buckle down at work, or simply self-regulate without a sharp rise or dip in energy. For more Illinois News Joint reviews, visit here.
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