The indica-dominant hybrid Mango Kush is well-known for its strong flavor and aroma mimicking tropical fruits and mangos with a skunky undertone. Sometimes reviewers can note a bit of a piney aftertaste as well. Mango Kush buds are distinct in appearance as they?ll usually be dense and covered with vivid orange pistils. The THC content of Mango Kush averages at around 11%, which is one of the reasons why it tends to be popular with novice consumers. Reviewers have stated its high tends to create a body buzz as its indica properties emerge, and the sativa side is noticeable when conversations become more fun and the giggles arise. Some have reported that Mango Kush also increases appetite, so it?s possible that this might be a great strain for various social occasions.
SMaster Kush is reportedly a cross of two Hindu Kush landrace strains bred by White Label Seed Company in Amsterdam. According to White Label Seed Company, the Indica-leaning hybrid strain grows short and produces high yields of resinous buds in a 50-55 day flowering period. Best grown outdoors in relatively warm weather, Master Kush is reported to produce physically invigorating effects without the ?stoney? effect from most Indicas. It?s said to have a vintage kush flavor that is both earthy and pungent, offering a taste that is reminiscent of charas, a handmade form of hashish that is popular across the Indian subcontinent. Master Kush won 1st Place in the Hydro category at the 1994 High Times Cannabis Cup. Smell: Very strong fresh orange citrus mixed with a hint of piney kush smell. (10/10) Taste: Similar to the smell. Very orange citrus earthy flavor with hints of kush, pine, and spice. (9/10) Effects: Night time use. Hard hitting behind the eyes. Dropped my eyes low like droopy the dog. Also dried my eyes out pretty good too. Total mellow calm feeling, in planning stages to get a bunch of stuff done. Clear head and still fairly zoot. (8/10) Potency: Strong (8/10) Good For: Relaxing, energy, creative thoughts, anxiety, asthma, and increased appetite.
Northern Lights is one of the premiere almost pure indica cannabis strains of the modern age and its reputation was legendary even before the new millenium. This exceptional Afghani plant now enjoys mythic status amongst growers, medicinal and recreational users alike. The dense, thick, resinous buds are easy to grow, are a first class medicine and is probably the main indica amongst indicas. The indica by which all indicas are still judged to this day. Like all legends, Northern Lights' history is steeped in mystery. How it developed and where it originally came from are tales. What is known for sure, is that the Northern Lights we know and love today, made it's way from the outskirts of Seattle some time around 1985 to Amsterdam, where Neville Schoenmaker and his Seed Bank - later to become Sensi Seeds - developed it further. There are three phenotypes of the strain, numbered as they were originally numbered from the seeds used in '85: Northern Lights #5 is the powerhouse of the family and the queen of indicas. Northern Lights #1 and #2 are often used to make crossings with, because they add great flavour and that special Northern Lights high to the new creation. The #1 and #2 are outstanding in themselves, but when bred with another strain they spawn a flavour and smoke recognized immediately world wide with the body loading and psychoactive sensations of a true cannabis superstar. TASTE, SMELL AND EFFECT OF NORTHERN LIGHTS If you wish to enter the world of northern forests, with Northern Lights? earthy and pine aromas, you will get there. The taste is pungent with sweet undertones, which shall delight your taste buds. Northern Lights? aroma and taste are unique and refreshing, it?s like waking up early in the morning in the middle of a coniferous forest. Northern Lights induces classic indica down-tempo sensations, which are perfect for deep conversations with your friends; tai-chi, yoga and various meditative exercises; chillin? on your couch, while enjoying your favorite series. Many users consume Northern Lights for medical conditions, such as pain, depression, and stress. Have a toke of this
RATING:?9.3 LINEAGE:?Chemdawg?x (Lemon Thai?x?Hindu?Kush) TYPE:?Sativa Dominant THC:?18-24%?CBD:?0-.3% APPEARANCE: ?OG Kush?has beautiful hues?of bright and dark green. The nuggets are thc rich, dense and visually magnifiscent. The buds vary in size and are usually smaller and popcorn sized nugs. Orange pistils?are present throughout the sticky buds. SMELL:?OG Kush is very pungent! It will smell up a room in no time. It has a?wonderful sweet scent, with a strong piney fragrance. The smell is intense but tantalizing.
Strain Name: Orange Crush Grade: B+ Type: Indica Looks: Light green with bright thick orange hairs. Lots of crystals glistening in the light. 10/10 Delicious citrus flavor with intense mind and body highs, Orange Kush is a dream for those who want a strong hit. Its history is robust, with a second place Bio win at the High Times? Cannabis Cup back in 1994. Green Devil Genetics are to thank for this lovely strain, which is the result of crossing Orange Bud with OG Kush. While its effects are enticing, it?s a strong strain that shouldn?t be overdone. Orange Kush is a balanced 50/50 strain that can have a wide range of THC levels - some report it as low as 13% while the higher end reaches 24%, so keep that in mind before you take a hit or two. Attractive in smell, taste, and appearance, this strain blends fragrances of sweet orange with a bit of a skunky and spicy scent. It tastes very strongly like its namesake, with a sugar and spice type of aftertaste. Nugs of Orange Kush are long and super dense, with a ton of bright pistils and glittering trichomes. Smell: Light smell of earthy herb, other than that there is no smell. Very stealthy. 7/10 Taste: Much like the smell there is no really no taste. It is a very smooth faint earthy herb taste. Put out thick volcano bags. 7/10 Effects: Night time use. Didn?t even finish one volcano bag and my stomach is roaring like a lion and I just ate? Seems to be one of those strains that induces extreme hunger. Strong indica effects with a relatively clear head. Good for pain and stealth like presence. 9/10 Potency: 8/10 Good For: Increased appetite, nausea, mild pain relief, relaxing, stress, asthma. Notes: I didn?t like the no smell or no flavor feature, those are my some of my favorite things about good medicine. Only reason I choose this strain is because it looked absolutley gorgeous in the jar. With a stronger smell and taste it could have received a grade A- rating.
Raspberry Kush is believed to descend from Afghan or Pakistani Kush and possibly a Cheese strain, but the exact lineage and original breeder remains a mystery. Following suit with its name, Raspberry Kush reportedly has a sweet berry flavor and aroma.