About Cowboy Kush
Legend and mystery surround this indica-dominant strain, as many tell the tale of this plant being grown and hoarded by Hell’s Angels bikers in Southern California. Whether that’s true or not, we’re not really sure, but at this point, it’s Greenpoint Seeds who seems to have the handle on this cross between Stardawg and Hell’s Angel OG.
A strain that’s ideal for all experience levels, Cowboy Kush ranges between 10% and 20% THC. Nugs stand out with a narrow shape that resembles an arrowhead along with an incredibly thick coating of white trichomes. The flavors and aromas certainly leave a lot to be desired, but if you’re a fan of strains that blend sweet and sour with an earthy and chemical mix, it will be right up your alley.
One might imagine that a strain grown by bikers would encourage a rowdy good time, but Cowboy Kush is much more mellow than you’d think. Both your cerebral and physical spaces will experience gentle effects that come in waves, and before long you’ll be incredibly happy and relaxed. For some, an increased sense of focused creativity takes hold, making this an ideal bud for wrapping up projects at home. As your high continues, you’ll slip into a deep sense of relaxation that may lead to sleep depending on your tolerance level.
It’s often assumed that medical patients gravitate toward strains with massive amounts of THC, CBD, or both, but that’s not always the case. Individuals who don’t need to cure a major ailment but still want some minor relief turn to buds like Cowboy Kush as it gives them everything they need for a relaxing night. Any inklings of stress, depression, or anxiety will be soothed with just a few puffs, and generalized pain including headaches or muscle soreness will vanish. Cowboy Kush does bring on the munchies for some, so using it to help with a lack of appetite certainly couldn’t hurt.
Although she’s still considered rare by most standards, Greenpoint Seeds is making a huge effort to get Cowboy Kush into the hands of the masses. You can purchase seeds directly from their website, and in a short 8 to 9 weeks you’ll have a lovely yield to share with friends and family. This strain is rumored to grow well inside or outdoors and by all accounts is a fairly easy plant to cultivate.
If you don’t care much about the flavors and smells around you, Cowboy Kush may do you just fine. A gentle high that doesn’t get too terribly crazy unless you smoke a ton of it, this strain is an ideal choice for those nights when you want a little bit of relaxation along with a smile that you just can’t wipe off of your face.
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