This marijuana from Aficionado Seed is considered a genuine heirloom of Mendocino strain; she boasts genetics of elite strains that was passed down from three generations, since the late ’70s. The Red Hindu is a mix of Pure Kush and the Hindu Kush that came from Himalayan regions, which was breed, later on, to adapt to Crazy weather in Northern California.
Flavor and Effects of Red Hindu Kush
This hybrid strain has an exciting mix of earthy, flowers, and fruits. As soon as you inhale the smoke, an intense overtone of passion fruit and guava dominates the mouth with balanced hints of lavender and grapefruits. The exhale will let your buds experience a fresh forest soil that lingers for a long time.
This marijuana has a blurring effect at the start while slowly relaxing your full body and releasing joint and muscle tensions. Toking in higher quantities will knock any users, and some may find themselves locked in their seats with no intention to do anything. This is best taken during lazy days as it doesn’t promote productivity.
Medical Benefits of Red Hindu Kush
This weed will be of great help for patients with insomnia to help them manage their sleep; it also caters to many individuals suffering from physical or deep-seated pain. Consuming the Red Hindu Kush will also be very beneficial to anyone with PTSD, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, anxiety, stress, fatigue, and depression.
Negative Effects of Red Hindu Kush.
One of the main downsides of consuming Red Hindu Kush is it can impair its users’ reflexes as well as sound judgment. So it is advised to use it at night and best during weekends where you can just sit all day and get the rest you deserve. More so, beginners and experienced smokers alike can get dry mouth.
Growing Red Hindu Kush
This particular marijuana is suitable to all levels of breeders; this would be an ideal choice for beginners since its a low maintenance plant. It can grow indoors or outside, just make sure to harvest around the mid of October if you are cultivating this marijuana outdoors.