Its exact genetic makeup is a little bit unclear and shrouded in mystery, but most people agree that it comes from an OG Kush line. Kosher Kush is an OG Kush phenotype, meaning that it’s a specific physical expression of OG Kush bred out by a cannabis geneticist to create a separate strain from the original OG Kush strain.
Kosher Kush was originally bred somewhere in sunny California. And DNA Genetics now sells a seed form of this strain. It’s said that this strain got its name because it was originally cultivated by a group of orthodox Jewish growers in LA. Departing from its original name, “Jew Gold,” the growers later decided on Kosher Kush. This famous strain has won many indica cups at popular events like the High Times Cup.
With THC levels of 18-20%, Kosher Kush helps your physical body and mental state to transcend into a state of serenity, removing your worries from your mind.
Aroma, Taste & Appearance
As for this strain’s appearance, unlike other indicas, Kosher Kush sprouts tall, typically becoming higher than 2 meters when fully grown.
Kosher Kush is really an offshoot of an OG Kush cut. Visually, it is typically smothered in shiny white trichomes that lay on top of abundant orange hairs. These buds have large calyxes that are extremely delicate to the touch, not as dense or chunky as many OG Kush phenotypes usually are. The taste and aroma are very similar; both exhibiting a rich, earthy, and a lovely fruity taste and aroma.
Users can expect an increase in appetite as well as pain relief often associated with potent indica strains. Kosher Kush promotes relaxation and pain relief, with sleep often following close behind. Being particularly powerful in psychoactivity, a small amount may be all you need to feel that warm sedation. With these THC levels, Kosher Kush offers powerful medical and therapeutic benefits. It’s highly recommended for relieving stress and anxiety, and is also known to provide relief from – cramps, depression, insomnia, multiple sclerosis, neuropathic pain, symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.
Up to 18-20% THC