Yo what’s good fam, it’s your boy Dan comin’ at ya with some knowledge about the word “kosher”. So you know how things can be good, groovy, or just straight up “OK”? Well, in Hebrew, “kashér” is the word for “kosher”, and it means that something is pure and fit for consumption. When it comes to weed, Kosher Kush is one of the finest indica-dominant hybrids out there. It’s got high THC levels and frost that’ll make even the Himalayas jealous. This strain is pure and potent, so it belongs in everyone’s garden.
If you want to grow some Kosher Kush, I got you covered with some tips. This strain comes from DNA Genetics and its background is a bit of a mystery. Legend has it that it came from a kush variety called Jewish Gold that was passed around by the streetwear and skateboarding scene in LA. Don and Aaron of DNA Genetics paid a hefty sum for a cut of the original plant and renamed it Kosher Kush. After being introduced into their lineup, it has won several High Times Cannabis Cups and other awards.
So how do you grow Kosher Kush? It’s an easy strain to grow, whether you’re a beginner or an advanced grower. It loves warm, arid climates like California and prefers temperatures between 70°F and 82°F. It doesn’t have any special feeding requirements except for magnesium. Kosher Kush seeds have an 8-9 week flowering period and yield up to 550 grams per square meter. If you let it grow without topping or canopy control methods, it can get tall like a sativa.
Kosher Kush buds are a sight to see with their dense and sugar-coated nugs. They’re THC dominant and lab test well into the upper 20% THC range. The terpenes in Kosher Kush include myrcene, limonene, and caryophyllene which bring relaxing and spicy musk aromas.
When you smoke Kosher Kush, you’ll feel relaxed, euphoric, and calm. It’s great for treating stress, pain, insomnia, lack of appetite, anxiety, depression, PTSD, and arthritis. The only downside is that it can make you very sleepy.
So if you wanna try growing some Kosher Kush yourself, get yourself some feminized or regular seeds from Reserva Privada under DNA Genetics. The feminized seeds won’t sprout male plants while regular seeds give you the chance to explore unique strain traits. It’s a must-have strain for any garden rotation. Thanks for tuning in and keep it kosher y’all!