Cannabis can be classified in any other way. Typically, this resinous flower is classified as Sativa, hybrid or indicative depending on the morphology of the plant. However, hemp can be classified according to the local language, defined by popular culture as Kush, Haze, and Purple. These terms refer to types of hemp characterized by various odors, aromas, effects and/or geographical regions.


Kush is a special type of hemp produced in the Hindu Kush Mountains. This mountain range extends across the Afghan-Pakistani border and is one of the few regions where the hemp plantation originates.

Robust Kush genetics usually means that stretching has some of the following symptoms:

Appearance: Your variety may have dark green cola and leaves with a purple hue. The pads (hair) can be orange, bronze or rusty. The buds are dense, thick, with knots and come from compact and dense plants.
Smell: The aroma can range from earthy, floral, spicy, pine, obscene, sweet fruit, bark, pepper, citrus, gas, and herbs.
Taste: Smoke or steam should be sweet and herbal and taste like flowers, grapes, diesel, citrus, and earth.
Effects: The effects are generally severe and calm. Cross O.G. Kusha is generally associated with radiant euphoria, which makes consumers smile as they sit on the couch. Self-observation or internal reflection is also a common Kush effect. These brain effects speak of Kush as a meditative cannabis strain.
Please note that these attributes may vary from Kush tribe to Kush tribe. The growth strain method and its unique genetic expression (the so-called “phenotype”) naturally affect the properties of the strain.

Among ordinary breeders, Kush strains are popular candidates for post-breeding and therefore for the stabilization of hybrid genetics. Like many Landrace varieties, Kush genetics are naturally resistant to certain elements found in their country of origin. This includes hard planting and vegetation that can survive in cooler and darker climates and moderate water consumption, so the plant can withstand a bit of dry soil. In addition to its natural resistance, many manufacturers prefer Kush because of its high performance and reasonable quantity.

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