Sugar Kush Fem (fast) Strain Specifications
Type: Pure Indica
Genetics Parents: Northern Lights #1 x Kandy Kush x Hash Plant
Flowering Period: 8 – 9 weeks
Climate: Sunny, Warm, Dry
Flavors: Earthy, Floral, Pine, Woody, Hash, Herbal, Spicy
Effects: Calming, Euphoria, Relaxing, Hungry, Sleepy
THC Level: 18% – 20%
CBD Level: 0.51%
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Sugar Kush Fem (fast)
Although the Sugar Kush is a pure indica strain, it will still promote some potent cerebral effects. It starts with a heavy head buzzing that will give the user a euphoric and mood uplifting feeling. It will start to energize the mind as the high starts to elevate. This starts off a genuine feeling of happiness that welcomes the user to happy land, removing away all stress and negativity. But it will start to even out and reach a plateau. A warm sensation will start to envelop the user and send spine-tingling chills as goosebumps are felt all over. These ushers in a totally relaxed and calm feeling. It will only deepen from here as the users will start to feel their muscles and joints start to loosen and the body will start to feel weary and heavy. As the user sinks deeper into an abyss of bliss, the urge to look for the coziest spot in the room will have them glued to their couches in no time. This is the perfect time to take advantage of that lull, as moments of deep thought and reflection are best when experiencing this high.
The typical Kush scent of earthiness that mixes with an acrid skunky and pine aroma is the predominant fragrance coming from this bud. Hints of floral and herbal notes are distinctly available as well. Just like its aroma, the flavor coming from this weed will have users enjoying the kush-like flavors of damp earth and pine. As the smoke swirls and touches the palate, notes of sweetness and spicy flavors are noticeable. On the exhale, as the smoke clears, the mouth is left with a taste of woody, hash-like tastes
What are the Medical Benefits of Sugar Kush (fast)?
Sugar Kush has a variety of medical benefits it can offer its medical cannabis patients. The mood uplifting and euphoric properties are a great holistic option to treat those suffering from stress, anxiety, PTSD, and depression. This weed can make the user forget about any traumatic and disturbing episodes in their lives that are deeply embedded in their minds and replace these with positivity and confidence. It is very evident in the patient’s stance as they radiate an aura of optimistic conviction. This weed is also used to treat patients suffering from bipolar disorders as its calming properties, coupled with its mood uplifting traits, calms and settles the mind to prevent it from displaying varied mood dysfunctions.
Sugar Kush, with its potent psychoactive properties, has strong sedative and anti-inflammatory characteristics that are a great organic alternative to treating chronic pain, fibromyalgia, muscle spasms, and joint inflammations. It provides the users a pain-free state where they can freely move about and be productive.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Sugar Kush Fem (fast)
This weed is not for the faint-hearted as its powerful cerebral physical highs might be too strong for a novice to take. If they are bold enough to give it a go, then it is recommended to have it a toke at a time until the mind and body settle in with the effects before taking on some more. Recklessly smoking and puffing too much will lead to paranoia and anxiety especially to the uninitiated.
Common side effects such as cottonmouth and drying of the eyes are natural when consuming this weed. Cottonmouth can be remedied by taking in lots of hydrating fluid during and after the consumption of the weed to prevent further dehydration. As to experiencing dry eyes, applying moisturizing eye drops before lighting up the weed will lubricate the eyes before it will start to dry out.
How to Grow Sugar Kush Fem (fast)
It will require moderate cultivation skills to grow Sugar Kush feminized fast version weed strains. They can be cultivated indoors or outdoors, as long as a warm, sunny and dry environment is present. Feeding them the right amounts of micro and macronutrients and watering them as needed will make them happy. And when they are happy, they will start to flower in 8 to 9 weeks and produce an average amount of yield.
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