The British Columbia Seed Company has just sent us Netflix and chillin’-like a strain. This bud is a cross between Northern Lights # 5 and the Hindu Kush, offering each parent’s delicious smoke and lush look. The bud is dense and aqua-green with orange hair, and mostly grows in British Columbia, where it was born. This strain also sells in Arizona, Nevada, and Southern California.
Flavor and Effects of Super Kush
Super Kush strain gives the citrus, mint, and pine undertones. Most of the effects remain within the mind, with an unusual characteristic of an indica, with a few small happy and tingles that will creep around your stomach down to each of your limbs. This strain will urge you to reach out to your partner and get busy.
Medical Benefits of Super Kush
This strain is a perfect option for a variety of bipolar disorders as it relieves the brain and makes it easy for people suffering from stress, depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorders. However, the levels of CBD are unclear, suggesting that they are not even high to recommend Super Kush as a seizure disorder medication or other problems that can be helped with CBD. Alternatively, muscle cramps, spastic symptoms, and chronic pain can be treated with this strain.
Negative Effects of Super Kush
Dry mouth is the only widely adverse effect of this strain, though red eyes, headaches, paranoia, and dizziness are also possible.
Growing Super Kush
This strain flowers best either indoors or outdoors. As this may grow tall, you need to prune this often and provide a spacious room. Also, you can add some fertilizers and some other nutrients to the plant for best growth, but take precautions on it as it may kill the plant if being overdosed.