The incredible Red Pine Kush got its name from the striking red colors on the underside and blades of its fan leaves with rounded buds dusted heavily with trichomes and producing beautiful aromas. Rebellion Seeds created this weed by mixing the SFV OG and the breeder’s cocktail of strain, The Red Mango, which is a cross of the Mango Tango and Querkle Haze.
Flavor and Effects of Red Pine Kush
Taste the fantastic berry notes mixed with sweet and sour notes and beautiful hints of peaches and citrus fruits. The aftertaste is very fruity with pine that will make it hard for you to stop licking your lips as you exhale.
Red Pine Kush is the total creeper. It starts as very mild; some may not even notice the small waves of body buzz seeping into their system. You’ll just find yourself all relaxed and with heavy eyelids as soon as the sedating effect gets heavier.
Medical Benefits of Red Pine Kush
This marijuana strain is often used to regulate symptoms of depression, anorexia, anxiety, fatigue, PTSD, and chronic stress. Using this weed also promotes mental relaxation and helps in decreasing nausea, tinnitus, hypertension, and arthritis.
Negative Effects of Red Pine Kush.
Dryness of mouth is the most common side effect of this cannabis while having dry eyes ranks second as most reported. While some users also experience paranoia and dizziness, such adverse reactions are mostly encountered by new users or those who mismanage the dosage of this weed.
Growing Red Pine Kush
This weed can thrive, whether indoors or outdoors, since it is highly resistant to molds. You can start feeding this plant with nutrients early on in small quantities then gradually adjusts as she matures.