The Strawberry Kush strain is a slightly sweet hybrid that can be found in a throughout North America. The name is relatively common, but it is most often used in reference to a cross between the Strawberry Cough and OG Kush strains.
Strawberry Kush Strain: Strawberry Cough X OG Kush
I came across this batch of the Strawberry Kush strain on my latest trip to HTC in Van Nuys, CA. I’d never come across this strain before, but the sweet strawberry aroma drew me in right away.
Some quick research told me that the Strawberry Kush moniker typically refers to a clone-only, Indica-dominant hybrid that is known for its sweet taste and soothing effects. Of course it’s entirely possible that a slightly different cross could have received the same name over the years.
That being said, I wasn’t entirely sure of what to expect this time around. I had only my sense of smell and the word of the budtender, who informed me that this batch of Strawberry Kush was in fact an Indica-dominant hybrid.
How Might The Strawberry Kush Strain Affect Me?
This batch of the Strawberry Kush strain had a similar sweet, floral aroma that I’ve come to know and love from the Strawberry Cough strain. That being said, this light berry scent was accompanied by deeper hashy undertones.
“Medicating with this strain was a great way to relieve minor pains in my body towards the tail end of the day.”
As is often the case when smoking or vaporizing cannabis, the effects of the Strawberry Kush strain started to present themselves almost instantly. I began to notice a mellow body buzz creep in after about 5 minutes.
Medicating with this strain was a great way to relieve minor pains in my body towards the tail end of the day. I found it to be an outstanding source of stress relief also.
Overall, I would consider the Strawberry Kush strain to be a good introductory strain for new medical marijuana patients. The slight strawberry flavor is a treat for the palette, and its effects could benefit those suffering from neuropathic pain, chronic pain, depression, anxiety, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), and more.
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