Produced by Old Dreams, Pine Tar Kush is a strain native to Pakistan. It produces a tangy, with a skunky sweet smell that has hints of kush citrus and pine. The buds have small and leafy round bright neon green nugs with sparse orange hairs, icy gold trichomes, and a dripping sheet of super sticky resin.
Flavor and Effects of Pine Tar Kush
Pine Tar Kush is a delectable taste of freshly picked citrus and subtle hints of damp earth. Complementing the sweetness is a woody pine. A skunky aftertaste lingers on the exhale.
The effects start as a subtle mental high making you euphoric, and happy, blissful and slightly focused. As the high builds up, you’ll feel a buzzing effect in the back of your head and in your neck that relaxes you. This body buzz will spread to the rest of your body and leave you sleepy and sedated with an uncontrollable sense of hunger that will head you off to the fridge first before dozing off. It is ideally used as nighttime cannabis.
Medical Benefits of Pine Tar Kush strain
Indica leaning, Pine Tar Kush can be used as an aid in the management of illnesses such as chronic pain, cramps, depression, gastrointestinal disorder, inflammation, insomnia, loss of appetite, muscle spasms, PMS, and PTSD. It is highly sedative and more of an analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, relaxant, and an appetite booster.
Negative Effects of Pine Tar Kush.
Dry mouth and dry itchy eyes are side effects manifested from using Pine Tar Kush. These are common to cannabis users. To mitigate the effects, drink lots of fluids especially water. Keep an artificial tear drop handy as you take.
You may experience greening out with Pine Tar Kush. Don’t worry, this is temporary and disappears after some time. Just go slow with the doses and take in moderation.
Growing Pine Tar Kush
Pine Tar Kush’s it an easy plant to cultivate. It is extremely sturdy and can withstand being weathered through sunlight and humidity. The plant has a naturally short stature that can fit most indoor growing spaces and tents. Bushy as it is, Pine Tar Kush requires constant pruning and trimming. The broad leaves can block off light and air in lower-end branches and risk the withering of budding sites.