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About this strain
Dutch Kush, With a solid track record of creating fantastic strains, breeders at Paradise Seeds in Amsterdam have brought users an indica-dominant bud that’s strong and tasty. A three-way cross between Afghan Kush, Skunk, and Narrow Leaf Afghan has resulted in a selection that offers users deep body effects and a boost in their mental state. In short, it’s perfect after a long day.
With an average THC content of 25%, Dutch Kush is no slouch. Nugs are interesting to look at, with long and lumpy buds that often reach a nearly neon green color. Bright white trichomes appear like a blanket of fresh snow and are offset by bold orange hairs. If you like dessert strains, Dutch Kush is for you, with flavors of coffee, caramel, and caramelized sugar. The aroma is similar with an added touch of floral scents.
Perfect for an afternoon pick me up or an end of day reward, this strain starts users off with an uplifting burst of energy that puts you in a good mood no matter what. You’ll feel the urge to chat with anyone who is around, and everything around you will seem just a little bit funnier. As your high progresses, you’ll start to feel what that 25% THC is all about! A warm rush of buzzing feelings will overtake your entire body and slowly rock you into a peaceful calm. Grab your pillow because the end of your comedown nearly always results in a great night of sleep.
More often than not, medical patients reach for Dutch Kush to help with their lack of appetite or nausea symptoms. You can’t help but eat when you’ve enjoyed this strain, so grab some healthy snacks and go at it. As it tends to clear away negative thoughts with ease, it’s also a strain that many rely on for stress and anxiety relief. General aches and pains are no match for its body effects, and those who struggle with insomnia will think they have found their dream come true.
Dutch Kush isn’t overly complex to cultivate, but there are a few key things to note. This strain is rather hearty and along with that comes a strong pungency. If you need to keep your operation discreet, definitely invest in a smell proofing system. After 8 to 9 weeks, you’ll be ready to harvest these dense nugs and can expect a pretty decently sized yield.
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ZOMBIE KUSH$250.00 – $1,200.00Select options
Bred using primarily Amnesia, Lavender Kush and BubbaKush genetics, Zombie Kush is an 80/20 Indica hybrid. With some impressive Afghani and Pakistani heritage way down in the strain’s lineage, Zombie Kush is a heavy Indica that is well-known for its potent sedative properties.
AK 47$250.00 – $1,200.00Select options
Created in 1992, its exact lineage remains secret, but seed bank owner and breeder Simon says it’s roughly a 65:35 Sativa/Indica hybrid of Colombian, Mexican, Thai, and Afghani descent. … AK–47 is an F1 hybrid from Dutch seed bank Serious Seeds.
PURPLE HAZE$250.00 – $1,200.00Select options
Purple Haze is a sativa-leaning strain that takes its name from its lineage and from Jimi Hendrix’s 1967 song. This bud is thought to be a distinct phenotype of staple strain Haze, although some cannabis enthusiasts trace its lineage to a cross betweenHaze and an unspecified purple-flowering indica.
LEMON KUSH$250.00 – $1,200.00Select options
Lemon Kush is a 50/50 hybrid of sativa and indica, with a relatively high THC percentage ranging between 15% and 26%. Note that this strain was bred from Lemon G and Afghani Kush, and is noted for its pronounced lemon flavor and aroma, thanks to the high concentrations of the terpene limonene.
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