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kosher kush cannabis seeds

The winner, KOSHER KUSH, is an amazing strain out of California. It is a stinky over the top strain with an average yield making all who smoke it feel “blessed”. She grows tall so pinching will help tame her as well as beef up the yields. She is easy to grow for the beginner and a challenge to master for the expert. The Kosher can handle moderate to heavy nutrients and has a great bud to leaf ratio making her easy to trim. Kosher Kush will instantly become your favourite smoke. Any herbalist who tries her wants more. 1st Indica HT Cannabis Cup 2010 1st Indica HT Cannabis Cup 2011 Strain of the Year 2011 Hightimes 2nd Indoor Bio Spannabis 2012 3rd Indoor Hydro Spannabis 2012 1st HT Seattle Cup Medical Indica 2014 3rd HTCC Best Indica by a seed company 2014 2nd Place Best US Indica Flower 2015 2nd Place HT Norcal Cup 2015 1st Place HT San Bernardo Cup

Kosher Kush stands out as a phenomenal representation of what every good kush strives to be. This award winning strain is 100% pure indica and is extremely potent as it averages between 25-29% THC content. Almost instantly, each puff results in a warm fuzzy body sensation that is so strong it feels like you’re taking dabs. The effects are that of a hard-hitting, sleep-inducing sedative that has a long-lasting high usually 3-4 hours and can often leave you feeling groggy in the morning. Be sure to stay hydrated when smoking Kosher Kush because this strain can give you serious dry mouth.

Kosher Kush stands out as a phenomenal representation of what every good kush strives to be. This award winning strain is 100% pure indica and is extremely potent as it averages between 25-29% THC content.

Kosher Kush Effects

If you are one of the many Kush fans then you’ve probably heard of the Kosher Kush strain which originated in Southern California. Many believe it to be a cut from an elite phenotype of OG Kush that was going around the Los Angeles area in the early 2000s. It was first only available in clone form and was initially referred to as Jewish Gold when it was then brought to Amsterdam to begin subsequent breeding projects with DNA Genetics, who rebranded the strain Kosher Kush when they had a stable seed strain available. Not long after its arrival to Europe, Kosher Kush won first place for the best indica category at the High Times Cannabis Cup in 2010 and then went on to win the same award again in the following year.

The aroma and taste are incredible, often noted to be more similar tasting to a Sour Diesel or Chem Dog than other kush strains. Kosher Kush buds reek of piney, sour citrus, and eucalyptus flavors. Upon exhale, there is a pleasantly earthy, skunky coffee taste. Make sure to store the buds in smell proof containers unless you want everyone on your street to know that you’ve got the real deal head stash. Finished Kosher Kush buds are super dense, light green, and completely coated in resin with less orange hairs than other kush varieties. Deeply relaxing and highly euphoric, medical patients looking for pain relief should seriously consider adding Kosher Kush to their gardens.

Kosher Kush is not only super chronic but, rather easy to cultivate. Kosher is well suited for novice growers and experienced growers will appreciate the many wonderful traits of this epic strain. Because she was bred in So-Cal, Kosher Kush prefers warm and dry climates. You may want to use a dehumidifier in your garden to replicate the arid environment that Kosher is used to. Keeping that in mind, Kosher has a generally strong resistance to common molds and mildews. She is easy to maintain and has a great leaf to bud ratio making it a breeze to trim. This strain can grow fairly tall and using cropping techniques can help to keep the height down as well as to boost yields. Kosher Kush does very well in SCROG and SOG setups due to the mostly vertical and uniform growth of the branches. The indoor flowering time is 9-10 weeks and Kosher will finish in mid-October when grown outdoors. The average yield is 19oz/m2 indoors and about 16oz per plant outside.