Cherry Kush strain review
Indica hybrid dominant(Sativa 30%/ Indica 70%) Purple Afghani and OG Kush
Harvest XXL, indoor up to 450 gr/sqmoutdoor 500g/plant
8 – 9 weeks
Cherry Kush strain:
Cherry Kush Strain is a taste-focused, indicative strain which is ideal for calming night time. Cherry Kush has different parents. The heavy Indica-dominant hybrid Cherry Kush comes from the Purple Afghani and OG Kush combination. Both are different strains, you can see. In the meantime, grinding gives a salty, hazy scent that brings OG Kush to mind.
These flowers, also known as cherry pie, vary in color from bright green to darker violet-red, thick trichomes. Cherry Kush has medium to large flowers that carry a long, tapered formation like miniature pinecones. These buds are true to their indica, with the leaves curling in a thick and sturdy structure closely inwards. The leaves are a bright, moose-green tree, but the strain phenotypes show a high concentration of pigment anthocyanine that causes purple flashes. These flowers are eventually twisted with hairy orange and red pistils, covered with white translucent trichomes.
The first sniff of the cured flowers of Cherry Kush shows a few soft, somewhat fermented notes. The smoother berry-like taste is hanging out below. In the meantime, grinding gives a salty, hazy scent that brings OG Kush to mind. Cherry Kush gives away a smooth smoke that goes quickly when it is burned in a pipe or joint. Smoke with traces of berry and when you exhale a hint of a skunky taste.
Cherry may have an aroma that is almost always nice for everyone. This strain doesn’t deceive here because it has a pungent scent and cherry sweet fragrance, but a rather earthy tone.
It is one of the finest degustations you will ever use for medicinal cannabis. It isn’t just smooth, it has an enjoyable taste of raspberry, sweet and fruity. In certain instances, it can also come with a trace hint of citrus because of the consistency of the harvest or other factors.
First-time users of this strain should use every strong strain with caution. Dry mouth and eyes have the same adverse effect that can be expected. In cannabis use, this is very common. This strain will give you all the advantages listed in the following section, staying within conservative limits.
But if you use a little too much, or if your tolerance is surpassed, other reactions may not help you. For some people, slight headaches or swelling can happen. Often mild anxiety may also occur in rare cases that is possibly a result of Cherry Kush’s surprise.
The Cherry Kush can be grown indoors or outdoors, even though outdoor performance calls for a moist environment of 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit during the daytime. Plants appear to be low and bushy and will need to be pruned at times. Growers finding the purple hues of the flowers should be exposing their seeds, shortly before flowering, to temperatures between 10 and 15 degrees below normal at night. In the indoor cultivation, Cherry Kush flowers in 8 to 9 weeks.
The average flowering time indoors for Cherry Kush is between 55 and 65 days. The plant is medium in scale but has a high performance. You can accumulate up to 450 grams per square meter using the Sea of Green (SOG) and Screen of Green (ScrOG) technologies.
When growing outdoors, this pressure in an environment not limited to the outside should be good and should be good with 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. If you take good care of it, you anticipate a high yield of over 450-500 grams/plant..
Cherry Kush is also used to alleviate symptoms of stress, anxiety disorders, and depression, because of the cortical high and mood-enhancing quality. Like headaches, migraines, and involuntary spasms, it can also be used to ease the symptoms of occasional chronic aches and pains.