Over the years, marijuana breeders not only have to know different strains very well, but also to have premium selections which they can use. While most will use popular hybrids, there are also others that choose the obscure ones. Some may have decided to cross two recognized breeds and see what comes out of it while others already have specific traits in mind. Finally, one could choose to do it one way or the other, but Cali Connection decided to do it both ways. In other words, they picked prominent lines to create a specific strain that they liked and named it Chem Valley Kush.
Information about Chem Valley Kush:
Marijuana users on the West Coast of United States should already have an idea of its origin just from its name alone. After all, one strain – OG Kush – has spawned numerous other award-winning hybrids. So, what the Cali did was to use one of its incredibly popular phenotype SFV OG Kush backcross it with one of its parents – Chemdawg.
“Together they are unstoppable,” Cali Connection stated as they proudly showcased the hybrid. True to their word, Chem Valley Kush has been just as unstoppable in crushing stress – a signature trait of the OG lineage.
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Information about Valley Kush:
|ORIGIN||Chemdawg and SFV OG Kush|
|EFFECTS||Tingly – 10|
Giggly – 9
Relaxed – 9
Euphoric – 8
Sleepy – 8
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||Dry mouth – 10|
Dry eyes – 8
Dizzy – 4
Paranoid – 4
Headache – 4
|FRAGRANCE||Chemical, earthy, lemon, pine, woody|
|FLAVORS||Chemical, diesel, lemon, earthy, pine|
|MEDICAL||Lack of appetite – 10|
Pain – 6
Insomnia – 3
Fatigue – 3
Stress – 3
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||9 to 10 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||Late October|
|THC CONTENT %||18% to 23%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||30%/70%|
|INDOOR YIELD||20 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||24 ounces or more per plant|
|GROWTH LEVEL||Some experience needed|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
THC is a psychoactive element found in strains that partially determines the impact of cerebral effects. Moreover, the psychedelic effects – whether it is mental or physical is determined by its having more or less of the Sativa and Indica side. Chem Valley Kush leans towards the former hence it appeals to people who are in it for the cerebral high.
It is also quite a potent strain in that soon after the first toke, users feel a cerebral buzz that feels uplifting and reinvigorating. Because of that, most people often tend to feel extremely happy and may find themselves giggling more than usual. As such, it makes for an excellent party strain as it does turn its users into social butterflies.
Complementing the head high is the physical effects of the strain once it creeps into the body. As a wave of relaxation washes over, some people may feel a slight tingling sensation. Feeling relaxed, most users are likely to stay active if they so choose so as long as they do not use too much. In general, though, moderate use often results in feeling drowsy during the comedown.
When it comes to fragrance, it is either a hybrid takes after one or the other. In the case of Chem Valley Kush, crush both Chemdawg and SFV OG Kush and mix the crumbles together and that is exactly how it smells. It has a distinct chemical scent blending in with earth. In addition to that, it also has a hint of pine. After breaking the bud, it emits a citrusy note of lemon.
Despite being a potent strain and a menacing-sounding name, its adverse effects are quite gentle. In a perfect world, such conditions should be non-existent. However, the reality is that it comes with some that are typical with the use of marijuana.
There is the usual dry mouth and eyes. Even in moderation, these two conditions would most likely occur. Some people may also feel a bit of paranoia, dizziness or have a headache. If users end up using too much, the symptoms become more pronounced.
Chem Valley Kush is an excellent option for those who are in need of medical marijuana.
Among its most sought-after use is in its ability to crush stress as mentioned. That is because of its ability to induce a euphoric feeling. Not even people who are depressed can continue to stay in a dark place once it kicks into the mind and the body. For the same reasons, it should be of benefit to people with PTSD.
Besides mental health, Chem Valley Kush is also used for pain relief. Often, patients with terminal diseases and chronic illnesses have the most benefit not as a treatment but as a means to have comfort.
That same compounds responsible for the psychoactive properties of the strain also happens to be an appetite stimulant. In other words, users of Chem Valley Kush will almost always feel an urge to eat.
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Chem Valley Kush may be a challenge for novice growers. While it is possible to cultivate the plant, beginners may not have the same quality or yield as the expert growers. One of the reasons is that it needs to be trained when grown indoors. For instance, it adapts well to the Sea of Green (SoG) and Low-Stress Training (LST) techniques. Besides topping and regular trimming, other things need to be done. For sure, this is an attention-demanding hybrid.
When grown under the right conditions, Chem Valley Kush will definitely grow well indoors. Flowering time takes up to 9 or 10 weeks. Though it takes longer to flower, it is worth the wait as it produces up to 20 ounces per square meter.
Because its scent can carry over to several houses away, that is something to keep in mind when planting outdoors. Like most marijuana plants, it should thrive well in a warm climate. The flowering period should be at the end of October with each plant producing up to 24 ounces.
Make no mistake about it. Chem Valley Kush is big on the hit and the high. Moreover, it is also big when it comes to production.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Chem Valley Kush? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.