Mexican Kush is a cross of Mexican Sativa and Afghan Kush. Produced by an unknown grower in Salem, Oregon, this strain’s trichomes are bright green with lively reddish hairs, while the smell is nostalgic of molasses, and the essence is described by tones of sugary candy and hash.
Mexican Kush provides a creative and euphoric high like sipping a good cup of coffee, making it great for enthusiasts searching for a quality daytime strain.
Flavor and Effects of Mexican Kush
Mexican Kush has a sweet and savory fragrance of earthy woody tobacco with a tinge of lemon and a kick of earthy lemon-lime that has a light earthy tobacco taste upon exhale. As the high progress, you’ll be hit with a sluggish, hungry state that is increased as the high begins to weaken. This comedown doesn’t leave you sedated but rather in a relaxing, serene feeling that is totally pain-free.
Medical Benefits of Mexican Kush
This strain holds a potent union of effects, Mexican Sativa is noted to be a perfect strain for assisting patients experiencing from ailments such as chronic fatigue, ADHD, appetite loss, insomnia, and gentle to severe cases of depression.
Negative Effects of Mexican Kush
The common side effects of smoking cannabis are dehydration. Its signs are normally found in the eyes. Cannabinoids meddling with the creation of saliva can cause cottonmouth too. Most users usually ignore the dry spell due to their softness.
Growing Mexican Kush
Mexican Kush strain can be cultivated indoors or outdoors and can be particularly resistant to unfavorable conditions if cultivated outdoors. This plant grows tall and should be restrained by pruning back branches and stems early on in the vegetative stage.