(Aka: Paki and PCK)
Pakistani Chitral Kush is an indigenous strain that has been selectively inbred to enhance its traits. A creation of Cannabiogen, it hails from Chitral, Pakistan. It exudes the scent of mixed fruits and berries. The dense buds have dark leaves and deep purple shades, tangerine hairs and thick trichomes. It has advanced resin production that enables it to produce top-quality concentrates.
Flavor and Effects of Pakistani Chitral Kush
Pakistani Chitral Kush is a savory concoction of an herbal tea flavor.
It’s cerebral high brings delivers euphoria, happiness, and mood lifts. A tingling sensation follows and leaves you calm and relaxed. It is best reserved for evening use.
Medical Benefits of Pakistani Chitral Kush
Medically speaking, Pakistani Chitral Kush and its therapeutic properties ADD/ADHD, anxiety, bipolar disorder, chronic pain, depression, inflammation, insomnia, migraines, muscle spasms, and stress. It acts as a remedial analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, and relaxant.
Negative Effects of Pakistani Chitral Kush.
Parched mouth and dry eyes are common to cannabis tokers. This is caused by slight dehydration. To wane the effects, downing on a few glasses of water than your usual intake. Keep an artificial tear drop handy as well.
You may experience greening out with Pakistani Chitral Kush. You may experience headaches or dizziness accompanied by anxiety. This is due to the overconsumption of the strain. As always, moderation is advised.
Growing Pakistani Chitral Kush
Pakistani Chitral Kush flourishes both indoors and outdoors. It prefers a cool climate. It grows short and bushy with strong lateral branching patterns. You need to prune the broad leaves at times. It is quite resistant to many external threats such as whiteflies, heat, and spider mites.