About Burmese Kush
Burmese Kush is a strain that was created by TH Seeds to accurately convey the effects of both Indica and Sativa strains. Calming feelings of euphoria that uplift moods are reportedly induced within just a few hits. A relaxing body high leaves users free; feeling focused and creative. The body high can bring on a powerful sleepiness that can easily overwhelm users. While all users experience dry eyes and mouth, some have paranoid feelings and headaches. A few users become dizzy while using Burmese Kush.
The strain is really recommended for evening and nighttime use only and as such also recommended to insomniacs. The body high can soothe the aches and pains of many ailments. Burmese Kush is also used by those that seek relief from their stress and anxiety disorders. Users that suffer from nausea and a loss of appetite can find reprieve and a need to feed from the 'munchies effect' as well.
Burmese Kush was a hybrid of unknown genetic origin that came from Burma and wound up in the hands of TH Seeds. They decided to try to use the strain to make a perfect blend of cerebral and body effects. Crossing it with an OG Kush they are believed to have found exactly what they were looking for. Still the strain shows it's Indica nature in its short stature; reaching around 100 centimeters in height.
Growing Burmese Kush should be reserved for those who have had a good deal of experience as they can require a lot of attention. The strain can often have lower yields usually around 100 to 125 grams per square meter but some reports have stated harvests up to 400 grams per square meter. Burmese Kush plants flower around seven to eight weeks. The Sea of Grow method is most frequently used when growing this strain.
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