Strawberry is a sativa dominant hybrid strain of unknown genetics due to breeder secrecy. Although its parentage and exact sativa to indica ratio are unknown, this bud is a favorite of breeders and has been rumored to have been used to create many other infamous strains, including the mysterious Strawberry Fields strain. Nonetheless, this tasty bud is best known for its insanely delicious taste that has been said to be like eating a cup of freshly picked strawberries covered in sugar and whipped cream, but with a slightly earthy aftertaste. The aroma is just as mouthwatering, with a notable strawberry bouquet that has a slightly earthy effect when the bud is smoked. Strawberry buds have medium to large lumpy and dense popcorn-shaped dark olive green nugs with light amber hairs and a thick layer of sticky sweet resin. The Strawberry high has a great combination of both indica and sativa effects that are all fueled by a moderate THC level that falls between 15-18%. The high hits you with an uplifting cerebral head buzz that builds without any sense of paranoia or anxiety. This is accompanied by a slowly building body buzz that offers complete relaxation and erases all of your physical pain. Due to these relatively mild effects, Strawberry is often used for treating chronic stress, pain, mild cases of depression, and chronic fatigue.
The heritage of this heavy indica is a little uncertain, but it’s known to be a relative and possibly an offspring of the legendary OG Kush, one of history’s most popular strains. Pink Kush carries on the legacy, delivering a potent body high that’s very effective as medical treatment. The effects are calming and intensely euphoric, with happiness and a powerful case of the munchies. It’s a versatile tool for treating anxiety, depression, inflammation, lack of appetite, migraines and other headaches, mood disorders, chronic pain, and insomnia. The sativa/indica ratio of this strain is hard to verify, but appears to be as low as 10:90, meaning strong physical effects. THC tests are scarce, but the few that are publicly available suggest fairly high potency, topping 20%. CBD levels are reportedly much lower, less than 1%, so this isn’t an ideal choice for treating conditions that respond to that chemical, including epileptic disorders. The flavor and aroma of Pink Kush are similar, with notes of pine, wood, and flowers. The strain gets its name in part from the pink hairs that punctuate its green nugs. It’s most popular on the legal markets of the Pacific Northwest and Canada.
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