Kosher Kush, also formerly known by many oldschool stoners as Jew Gold is a freight truck of an indica strain that was first bred in Southern California. Created by a legendary Hasidic team of craft-growers, this indica has gained notoriety for its’ unknown lineage, heavy-hitting effects and palatable terpene profile. Kosher Kush has garnered global attention and earned its’ reputation, having won the High Times Cannabis Cup’s Best Indica in both 2010 and 2011 consecutively. THC levels for these gold nuggets have reportedly reached as high as 29%, with averages for Kosher Kush ranging more in between 19-23%, making it a very formidable indica and great choice for those seeking a longer-lasting buzz. The unique terpene profile of Kosher Kush is defined by its’ concentration of Limonene, Beta-Myrcene and Beta-Caryophyllene, giving Kosher Kush its’ woody, herbal and peppery base notes with added undertones of citrus and sweetness.
Afghan Kush has an earthy scent, and gives a heavy feeling of laziness or sleepiness on consumption. As euphoric strain Afghan Kush causes users to feel very happy. Afghan Kush has a THC content of 17%.
Master Kush helps manage chronic pain, may also be useful in stimulating appetite for patients suffering from eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia. Master Kush has a THC content ranges between 14% to 20%.