About Kobain Kush
We’ll give you one guess as to who this strain is named after, and if you get it wrong, you may want to brush up on your music history. Red Eye Genetics has developed Kobain Kush as a compliment to chilling out and listening to music by crossing White Lotus with Pre-98 Bubba Kush. This indica-dominant strain is great for those times when you want to space out and forget about the world for a bit.
A super consistent potency level is present with this bud, clocking in at 24% pretty much each and every time. Nugs of Kobain Kush are small and lumpy with yellow toned hairs and an incredibly thick coating of white trichomes. Aromas of coffee and pine are very strong here, and while notes of pepper and diesel are also present, they show up more in the taste of this bud. Many note that hints of fuel linger long after, making this strain a bit hard to manage for some.
We can’t guarantee that smoking this bud will turn you into a full-fledged rock star like Kurt himself, but it will help you to have a really great time. Users find that soon after their first hit they enter into a state of mind that’s very spacey and euphoric while being coupled with complete relaxation. Trying to get anything done is nearly impossible, and although your hazy brain may come up with some creative ideas, you won’t be able to execute any of them. Instead, revel in the full body tingles that come next and see if you can stay awake long enough to satiate your massive appetite.
Kobain Kush is an all-around ideal strain for medical users as she’s potent enough for experienced cannabis fans and brings effects that address both mental and physical woes. Whether you suffer from stress and depression or need to tackle nagging bodily pain, this bud will do you right. Insomnia is no match for her strength, and those who often experience a lack of appetite will love smoking this strain right before a big meal.
Ideal for either indoor or outdoor cultivation, this gal is a good choice for newer growers who are still expanding their skill set. Kobain Kush tends to be a rather short and robust plant, so while you don’t need a lot of space you will want to trim her often to encourage air circulation. Resistant to most mold and mildew, she flowers in about 7 to 9 weeks and offers up an average sized harvest.
With such a mellow and euphoric set of effects, we can’t help but wonder what would have happened if Kurt had indulged in Kobain Kush during his lifetime. Maybe history wouldn’t change at all, but the least we can do is honor his memory by lighting up some of this fantastic bud.
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