About Serious Kush
True Kush fans might feel like they’ve died and gone to heaven once they try Serious Kush, the long-awaited bud that crosses OG Kush with White Russian. Created by Serious Seeds in the Netherlands, this strain brings users super strong flavors that mirror their parents perfectly. When you want to experience bold effects that most find ideal for a relaxing evening, consider Serious Kush - after all, she was 2018’s European Plant of the Year.
Although her THC potency may not seem incredibly strong with a high of 22%, even experienced users will want to be careful with this gal. Light green nugs will easily lure you in with their dense array of orange pistils and with enough trichomes to sink a battleship, it’s no wonder that the bag appeal alone easily creates fans. As you can imagine, Serious Kush is seriously kushy in both flavor and aroma, so if you haven’t quite fallen in love with this legendary sensory experience, you might want to move on to another strain.
Keeping in mind that cannabis affects everyone a bit differently, the high that one can expect from Serious Kush is relatively predictable, all things considered. This bud tends to hit users hard and fast, and while she probably will offer a burst of cerebral joy, make sure you don’t confuse happiness with energy. Instead, sedation often tends to be the name of the game here, and it’s not uncommon for users to end up falling asleep on the couch after a few tokes. Make sure to plan a chill night full of Netflix, snacks, and maybe some light social stimulation, but above all else, get into your pajamas before you smoke.
By all accounts, Serious Kush is easy to grow at home, so much to the point that customers of Serious Seeds have won awards for their plants, including third place in the Grower/Indica category at the 2016 IC420-Cup. Indoor, outdoor, and greenhouse environments are all completely suitable as this plant is quite resilient and hard to kill. Breeders recommend giving her between 8 and 9 weeks to fully mature and report that her yield is pretty high in the grand scheme of things. Outdoor cultivators should plan on harvesting their plants in the middle of October.
Keep your eyes out for Serious Kush the next time you visit your local dispensary, as her availability could be slightly hit or miss depending on where you live. If you happen to love traditional Kush family flavors and want to see what this near-celebrity mash-up entails, buy a few nugs and wait until the end of the day. Even if you have an incredibly high tolerance, most wouldn’t recommend indulging in this bud until it’s dark outside.