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Pink Kush takes a notoriously long 10 to 11 weeks to flower...but it’s absolutely worth the wait. A member of the intense, sedating Kush family, Pink Kush is King Kush x King Kush. The Kush family is famed for its potent medicinal properties and the Indica-dominant Pink Kush is no exception. Patients looking for muscle pain or cancer-related relief will find solace in Pink Kush’s heavy body effect.
on August 2nd, 2020
Love this strain!
on July 25th, 2020
Pink Kush 14.36 THC 4/24/20 Cultivator: Aeriz (a.k.a. Pink OG) A most interesting and unique treat. A somewhat indistinct aroma of light citrus and pine, with some sweetness. The taste is of vanilla bean with hints of red berries. The buds were a gorgeous bright reddish purple, with little or no green. There is a peppery bite midway through the smoke, but then shows a soft mellow finish. Initially, the high was moderately strong, with a euphoric effect, and lasted an average amount of time. Definitely, something unique and an enjoyable social stain. Taste:9.0 Aroma:7.5 Bud Quality/Curing:9.5 Terpene: 8/10 High: 8.5 Overall: 88/100 Strain notes: (thought to be a phenotype of OG Kush). Indica. Terpenes: Limonene, Linalool, Caryophyllene (Tilray). Reviewed by Illinoiscannabisreview@gmail.com
on April 22nd, 2020
This is my absolute favorite strain. I use it for fibromyalgia pain and to help me sleep. It also has the added benefit of making me super “in the mood.” I just wish it were easier to find!!
Pink Kush, as coveted as its OG Kush relative, is an indica-dominant hybrid with powerful body-focused effects. In its exceptional variations, pink hairs burst from bright green buds barely visible under a blanket of sugar-like trichomes, with traces of a sweet vanilla and candy perfume. The potency of this strain could be considered overpowering, and even small doses are known to eliminate pain, insomnia, and appetite loss. Growers have to wait 10 to 11 weeks for Pink Kush’s flowering, but high yields of top-shelf buds are worth the wait.