About Temple Kush
Temple Kush is an ultra-strong, rare hybrid strain that has the distinction of being 100% Indica. It was bred by Ethos Genetics as a cross between Hindu Kush and Nepalese Hashplant. The strain hits hard and fast and doesn’t let go easily. Consumers looking for sleepful bliss and utter contempt for focusing on work can try a visit to Temple Kush some evening and see what happens (just keep in mind that Golden Temple Kush is a completely different strain).
The terpene profile of Temple Kush is highly herbal, with notes of spiciness and sour fruit. The main ones are Myrcene and Caryophyllene, which give the strain a peppery, musky-herbal sensation, mixed with thyme and the flavor of hops. The next tier of terpenes includes Pinene and Limonene, from which the strain gets its outdoorsy charm, the scent of pine, and the taste of citrus. Smokers who enjoy floral, herby, and highly aromatic strains will enjoy this one. It flowers in about 62 days, growing in light green, plump buds that become sticky with a layer of resin, interspersed with vibrant orange hairs. The strain’s crystal trichomes are small and golden.
Consumers report a feeling of heavy, uplifting bliss, which should be expected with a 25% THC average. Temple Kush reduces its smokers to jelly. And jelly doesn’t remember the work it has to do, the stress it’s under, or the worries it’s worried about. Jelly has no focus and no responsibility (this is definitely a strain for those looking for a sedative). The Temple Kush experience is solemn and relaxing, a wash of warmth and ecstasy. It’s holy-sleepy.
These effects make Temple Kush a natural choice for deflating a horrific migraine or headache after a long week of work. Stress, anxiety, and insomnia flee in the presence of Temple Kush, as muscle spasms release their grip on your nerves. The strain will make you peckish too, so those with loss of appetite due to stress, medical treatment, or nausea may find themselves eating again without as many problems.
This strain leaves no room in your head for concentration, replacing your ambition to do a bunch of stuff with the all-consuming urge to be happy and sedate. Consumers have reported a rapid heart rate and dry eyes as potentially negative symptoms, which is to be expected. However, provided you’re up to its mythic challenges and dose it properly, Temple Kush could easily become your new evening hobby. Or religion.