Master Kush has a long history within the cannabis community. Originating from the Hindu Kush mountains, this crossbreed has garnered a lot of fame over the years. Taken by the Dutch Masters and perfected, the cannabis strain definitely packs a punch.
Being predominantly Indica, one would think that this strain would sit you down on a couch and lull you to sleep, however, users express that the strain actually induces a strong focus and an edginess to the high one normally doesn’t associate with indica strains.
As mentioned, Master Kush comes from two landraces in the Hindu Kush Mountains. The origins of these two land strains are unknown, but people credit its genetics to is Hindu Kush. Nonetheless, more modern versions of Master Kush also contain trace amounts of Sativa strains, which could explain the “alertness” associated with this particular strain.
Types of high
The immediate effects of Master Kush reported by most users are relaxation, extreme euphoria, and happiness. Smoke a bit too much of the strain and you might start to feel the heavier indica effects such as sleepiness.
Nonetheless, most users report that there is an energetic undertone to the effects, especially if you smoke in moderate amounts.
For medical purposes, the strain delivers a lot of relief in terms of reducing stress, helping with insomnia and depression. Seeing that it is predominantly an indica strain, Master Kush is also perfect for pain management.
Aroma & Taste
People regularly associate Master Kush with an Earthy undertone but in essence, the strain is incredibly pungent. It’s not a strain you can simply sit in your car and expect it not to stink up the interior. Aside from the pungent odour, it also has a sweet note within both the taste and the smoke.
The smoke itself can be quite harsh, thus we recommend you take smaller hits when first trying this cannabis strain.
In terms of growing Master Kush, you can expect it to be moderately difficult. It’s not a strain that we recommend to grow if you’re a first-time grower.
Nonetheless, it’s a short plant and won’t really grow past 30 inches indoors. It’s yield though is quite amazing, providing 3-6 ounces per square foot.
The flowering period is also quite short, ranging from seven to nine weeks to full maturity. If you have some experience growing cannabis, we highly recommend that you give this one a try.
As with most cannabis strains, Master Kush will leave you with cottonmouth. For those of you who don’t know what cottonmouth is, it’s a dryness in the mouth. Additionally, you can expect your eyes to get dry too.
Nonetheless, to remedy these negative effects, you simply need some water or eye drops. Other than that, there aren’t that many negative side-effects to look out for.
Master Kush is a powerhouse strain that delivers a punch every time you smoke. If you haven’t tried Master Kush yet, we highly recommend that you do.
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