About White Kush
White Kush is a knockout indica hybrid that boasts some prestigious genetics. The strain is a cross between an Afghani landrace indica and notoriously resinous White Widow. With a classic OG funk and deeply sedative effects, this strain is best reserved for a day or an evening when you have nothing active planned. White Kush’s THC content has been measured at a low as 11% and as high as 29.
White Kush impresses right off the bat with large, well-formed flowers. These buds tend to hold two distinct shapes, depending on phenotype: round and chunky or long and spindly. In either case, the flowers maintain a characteristically sativa bud structure, with ragged-looking leaves that twist loosely outward from their central stem. The leaves themselves are a drab shade of olive green and are twisted through with bright orange pistils. Most notably, the flowers have a particularly high volume of trichomes thanks to the influence of White Widow. These resinous stalks cover all visible surfaces of the buds, giving them a snowy appearance.
When properly cured, White Kush gives off a predominantly dank aroma with notes of damp earth. There’s also a sweet and sour edge underneath, somewhat like fermented organic matter. Grinding up these tight buds gives off a kick of spice that may be passed on from parent strain Afghani. When combusted, White Kush gives off a harsh, acrid smoke that may sting the palate and make eyes water. This smoke tastes sweet and a bit woodsy on the exhale.