About Jah Kush
Jah Kush is an interesting hybrid strain that is slightly Sativa-dominant. Despite numerous reviews and information available on the internet, credible test results are unavailable for the THC and CBD levels in this strain. Likewise, the information regarding the original breeder and the true genetics behind this strain have likely been lost to the the sands of time. Despite this, Jah Kush remains on the market today due to a few dedicated breeders. Thankfully, this treat has become a bit more popular in recent years and is certain to brighten up the day of just about any smoker that stumbles upon it.
Jah Kush is often lime green in color with deep forest green sugar leafs often remaining following the trim. This creates a nice effect when looking at the bud, adding some dimension and color to its already stunning beauty. Expect bright orange hairs and a sticky coating of translucent trichomes on these flowers. The aroma of this bud is quite strong out of the packaging, but truly explodes when the flowers are broken apart and ground up. Expect scents including flowers, woody earth, lemon, and other citrus. The smoke created when burning Jah Kush tastes pungent, of citrus and dirt which is surprisingly smooth.
After taking a hit of Jah Kush, prepare yourself to for an uplifting cerebral euphoria that will leave you in a happy, giggling stupor. As your stresses and anxieties fade away, creativity and focus flourish and your to-do list gets knocked down one-by-one. This day-time use strain lends itself to use before accomplishing a number of tasks, as it allows users who suffer from apathy, depression, and other mood issues the ability to stay focused and consistently complete tasks. This strain is recommended quite often by recreational smokers and medical cannabis patients alike. Many who suffer from recurring headaches, migraines, and cluster migraines report that Jah Kush has alleviated these symptoms.
Some reviews of Jah Kush have made note that it also lends itself well to controlling muscle spasms and seizures. Due to the unreliable nature of the strain’s history and its cannabinoid levels, we recommend using Jah Kush in addition to your frontline medicine. Jah Kush does not serve as an appropriate substitute for primary medications for these symptoms.