- Royal Kush
Royal Kush stems from the potent mix of Afghani (Indica) and Skunk #1 (Sativa-dominant Hybrid).
With all of the complex hybrids you see nowadays, it is refreshing to medicate with strains that are either landraces (the original strains that grow naturally) or strains with stable mothers that aren’t cross-bred heavily.
A Potent Strain Capable Of Some Serious Couch-lock
If you want to feel super ‘stoned‘ or get maximum pain relief, then this is the marijuana strain may be for you. Royal Kush is known to induce a strong time-warp as well as full-body trance that is heavy but care-free. This makes the Royal Kush strain especially popular among patients suffering from insomnia, sleep apnea, anxiety, chronic stress, chronic pains, lack of appetite, and much more…
“Frequently lab-tested above 25% THC, Royal Kush is one of the more potent strains available to MMJ patients.”
A fantastic strain to medicate with during afternoon or night-time, while watching movies or just relaxing around the house. You might want to schedule in a nap when medicating with Royal Kush, as it will definitely make you tired after 1-2 hours of pure happiness. Low-tolerance patients beware.
The Royal Kush Strain Is “Grade A” Cannabis
Just one look at Royal Kush and you will be blown away by the amount of sparkling trichomes that cover every bit of surface on the buds. The aroma from Royal Kush is intoxicating; a rich earthy/kush stench with surprisingly fruity undertones, presumably from the Skunk #1in its genetics.
Each hit of Royal Kush is sure to leave a sweet-tasting smoke that will have even the pickiest smokers satisfied with the quality of the smoke session. This strain is no joke, and is considered one of the most potent strains available to patients today. Frequently lab testing over 25%, the Royal Kush strain deserves the respect is has gained in the last few years.
“Don’t Blame The Strain, Blame The Grower!”
The first batch of Royal Kush I ever came across was actually pretty bad. I was disappointed with the lack of trichomes, the lack of smell, and the lack of potency — that was the first batch I ever got. The rest of the batches since then have been quite the opposite, leading the way as one of the best strains in SoCal.
When you get a bad batch of medicine the important thing to remember is that the strain itself is not bad, it was probably just grown or harvested incorrectly. If you get an upsetting batch, remember the strain probably could be fantastic. Chances are, the grower of that new strain most likely had a bad connection to good, healthy seeds and/or had a general lack of skill, knowledge, or attention during the grow and harvest of that plant.