Information about Khalifa Kush:
Khalifa Kush is a special blend created by famous rapped Wiz Khalifa who is known for being a bit of a cannabis connoisseur. Thus, this undeniably enjoyable strain was birthed, delighting users from all over the world with its strength and creativity-inducing personality.
Like its name suggests, this strain was created by no other than the rapper Wiz Khalifa himself, a famous cannabis fan, who claims that his strain was created out of the OG Kush strain. It is widely debated whether the “real” Khalifa Kush has actually been made available to the public, causing much speculation.
Khalifa Kush is a daytime strain that is perfect as a wake and bake strain, as it is invigorating and inspiring, creating an active cerebral brain high that equals to pure bliss. This strain is a top-shelf bud that is an ideal representation of the potent OG potency and traits.
Information about Khalifa Kushs:
|EFFECTS||happy – 10
relaxed – 9
uplifted – 8
euphoric – 7
giggly – 6
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||dry mouth – 10
dizzy – 9
dry eyes – 4
headache – 2
anxious – 1
|FRAGRANCE||earthy, lemon, pine, pungent, sour|
|FLAVORS||citrus, lemon, pin, pungente, sweet, woody|
|MEDICAL||stress – 10
depression – 7
fatigue – 5
headaches – 4
pain – 4
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||late September to early October|
|THC CONTENT %||24%-26%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||80% / 20%|
|INDOOR YIELD||17oz/ m2|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||17oz/ m2|
|CLIMATE||warm and dry outdoor climate|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||resistant to common molds and mildew|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Khalifa Kush is a one of a kind creation, with a famous name to begin with, creating no doubt about who is responsible for its birth. This strain boasts of high THC levels, in some cases reaching a whopping 29%, and should therefore not be underestimated by novice smokers.
This strain is mostly indica in its effects, and is therefore a great way to wind down your day after a long and productive time. Khalifa Kush is highly enjoyable, and creates a strong happy head buzz, without feeling too heavy or sedative. This makes it ideal as a social strain, and is well enjoyed in good company.
Khalifa Kush will make you feel relaxed but uplifted at the same time, invigorating you and stimulating your thoughts. This strain will make you feel euphoric at times, and create a case of the uncontrollable giggles, often occurring suddenly and for no reason at all.
Khalifa Kush smells like a basket of fresh citrus fruits, sour and sweet and very refreshing. This strain will fill your room with its aroma and it is hard to miss – its scent will stick around for a while, coating your environment with hints of lemon and sweet pine, and making you crave for more.
This strain tastes both sweet and woody on your lips upon the inhale, and creates a smoke that tastes refreshing like sour lemon. Khalifa Kush has a sharp citrus taste in its smoke and creates a pungent pine aftertaste on the exhale, taunting you to ask for more.
Khalifa Kush is a potent smoke that is recommended to more experienced users as to avoid the feeling of being overwhelmed by its effects. All things considered though, its most common side effects are mostly about feeling parches, with a dry mouth and dry and itch eyes making you feel uncomfortable.
Other, albeit rarer, side effects are a slight dizziness, sometimes coupled with a mild headache, that may persist. Khalifa Kush may also induce some nervousness and anxiety in some users, especially if you are prone to feeling that way by nature.
Khalifa Kush has some light sedative effects, making it popular for patients seeking an ideal medical strain. This blend is known to be very effective in treating chronic stress disorders, gradually and gently soothing the patients and allowing them to naturally find their inner calm.
This strain can be used to help soothe feelings or depression in many cases too, allowing the patients to feel more positively about themselves and their lives. Khalifa Kush can help energize you to encourage you to be more active, and is therefore very useful against chronic fatigue.
Khalifa Kush has also been proven to be effective in treating chronic pain such as back aches, migraines, muscle spasms and other minor and major complaints. This strain may help ease headaches and encourage patients to feel more relaxed at the same time, having an overall healing effect.
Info about growing Khalifa Kush is not easily available, but we do know that the plant is a phenotype of its parent strain OG Kush. This plant grown to be bushy and medium sized in nature, and is a perfect candidate for screen of green growing techniques.
Khalifa Kush grown indoors may produce a yield of about 17 ounces per square meter planted. This strain can be expected to take an average of about 9 weeks to flower and be ready for a generous harvest.
Khalifa Kush grown outdoors can be expected to flower throughout the summer and be ready for a harvest around late September to early October. This plant can be expected to yield an average of about 13 ounces of bud per plant.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Khalifa Kush? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.
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