Blue Kush Genetics
Blue Kush was developed by Dinafem. Produced by crossing the popular Blueberry and OG Kush strains, it’s a sativa-dominant strain that retains the best qualities of both parents.
Blue Kush Effects
Even though it’s a cross between an indica and hybrid, Blue Kush retains Blueberry’s prominent sativa effects. Expect an uplifting, cerebral high, with an undercurrent of euphoria that builds to a satisfying peak. The indica undertones mitigate any sativa jitters, so it’s equally enjoyable when looking to relax or get things done.
Blue Kush Terpene Profile
With a lineage like this, Blue Kush is all about the flavor. The deep, earthy Kush qualities bring notes of pine and mahogany, while the Blueberry brings a zingy berry flavor with a fresh lemony finish. A favorite among cannaisseurs; use of a vaporizer is recommended to preserve maximum flavor.
Medical Benefits Blue Kush
Ongoing research has suggested that THC could be responsible for the energy-boosting effects of some strains. This moderate THC, low CBD strain may, therefore, be somewhat helpful for coping with fatigue although high THC strains are thought to be more effective. The moderate THC level of this strain could also provide some relief from mild aches, pains, and stress.
How to Grow Blue Kush
Blue Kush’s well-established parentage make it a hardy, low-maintenance, plant that flourishes indoors- and out thanks to its natural disease-resistance. For the biggest yields, grow indoors and trim regularly – growers can expect the first harvest in 8 – 10 weeks. To max out the strain’s distinctive appearance, dip the temperature just before it starts to flower. Blue Kush rewards with dense buds, flecked with bright yellow pistils and covered in deliciously sticky trichomes.