This limited edition batch of weed has clouded itself in mystery, and while JoshD was excited to share about his collaboration with Karma Genetics on Instagram, fans still aren’t quite sure what 999 is. This hybrid of unknown proportions comes from Biker Kush, Triangle Kush, and Tahoe OG Kush, giving users who love the Kush family a new strain to write home about.
Although breeders weren’t terribly secretive when it came to this bud’s release, there are still some things that many don’t know. To date, no one has publicly talked about what these nugs look like and THC levels are up in the air as well. Flavors, on the other hand, have been bragged about left and right, with a blend of earth, diesel, pine, and citrus hitting you like a freight train.
When the potency and ratio of a strain are unknown, it can really leave users in a difficult place - do you take it easy and work your way into this one, or do you put the pedal to the metal and see what happens? By most accounts, 999 sounds like a fairly sedative strain that imparts a sense of happy creativity to anyone’s spirit. You may find yourself slightly more focused, but overall it’s anyone’s best guess that before long you’ll end up horizontal on the couch.
Medical patients who are able to find 999 should be overjoyed as this bud largely works toward reducing mental ailments. Stress and depression, whether it be chronic or occasional, will simply melt away and you’ll be enveloped in a cloud of carefree bliss. Muscle concerns including spasms and seizures are also greatly aided, leading many to believe that 999 may contain a decent amount of CBD.
Given that this strain was bred specifically to be a limited release item, there’s probably no chance that seeds or clones are still in circulation. However, a teaser video by JoshD did show on the product’s packaging a flowering time of 9 to 11 weeks, so perhaps it was intended to live on through personal garden spaces. Ultimately if you do end up being fortunate enough to cultivate your own 999, consult an experienced grower to make sure you have all of your bases covered.
If you’re a serious kush lover and just have to get your hands on this strain, we’re not really sure what to tell you. The bud was released in 2018 and by now is probably long gone, although trying to connect with people in the industry may lead you in the right direction. Until then, we can only hope and pray to the cannabis gods that someone else will put together a strain of this power and prestige.