Kings kush Ganja-estates Company since 1985 has bloomed into one of the most successful seed companies to date. They have also become probably one of the most (of not the most) recognizable Dutch Seed Companies and Coffee Shops around. This is in part because of their top notch genetics. King’s Kush is one of their gems, and is famous for its productivity and powerful, fiery smell. It is a hybrid of a clone of the strain that put Southern California on the map OG Kush and a Grape Ape original clone. This strain seems to take on more of the Kush traits, which is fantastic for the person who can get their hands on some of these seeds. The OG Kush has become part of pot legend and lore, and has developed into a preferred strain of breeders globally.
King’s Kush is an Indica marijuana strain made by crossing OG Kush with Grape. King’s Kush produces gradual yet powerful effects that will make you feel relaxed and euphoric. This strain features a flavor profile that is tangy with grape and undertones of lavender. … King’s Kush has a flowering time of 9 weeks.
For most users, the first effects of this strain begin with elevated mood. A full body melt, which can take up to 20 minutes to develop, follows. These body effects can cause users to feel lazy, tired, and sedated. In spite of this effect, some still find King’s Kush very stimulating for the mind, and a few even call it psychedelic. Those who experience cerebral stimulation often find that this strain imparts energy and creativity rather than “couch-lock” and/or sleep. Its downsides are common ones and include dry mouth and eyes and occasional dizziness.
For most, this strain is best used at nighttime. It is often prescribed for nighttime pain and inflammation relief. It is also regularly used to treat insomnia. The uplifting effects of King’s Kush make it good for unwinding, alleviating stress and anxiety, and regulating mood disorders. Some patients use it to ease the effects of Parkinsonís disease and multiple sclerosis, while others choose it to fight nausea, vomiting, and anorexia.