Kush is the granddaddy of all cannabis plants. Right from its inception decades ago, it has demanded attention and respect. In other words, Kush walks the talk. As fantastic as she is, can you imagine what happens when combined with peppermint? Breeders at Barney's Farm were able to imagine the effects of Kush blended with Peppermint, which is why they created the Peppermint Kush.
By crossing a Nepalese Kush with the famous Stella Blue, they introduced Peppermint Kush with an aim to help home growers cultivate their own medicines. Peppermint Kush is ideal even for commercial cultivation because apart from her mesmerizing taste, the yield production is simply brilliant.
Waking up to the aromas of fresh peppermint in the garden is every gardener's dream. But imagine waking up to fresh cannabis buds smelling of mint and pine! The fragrances remind you of green forests where pine trees and mint grow without any human interference. Fresh, beautiful and untouched – just like Mother Nature intended. After drying and during the buds, they taste more like a stunning combination of pepper and spices infused with aromatic mint.
The addition of Nepalese Kush has worked out more than the breeders could ever imagine. With more than 22 percent THC, she is extremely powerful, much more than other Kush strains. Since she contains about 90 percent Indica and only 10 percent Sativa, she acts like a powerful painkiller. Perfect as a quick smoke at the end of a long, tiring day, she relieves muscle pain much quicker than any painkiller you've used. The end effect is a deeply relaxing body high that lasts even after you go to sleep.
Peppermint Kush grows very much like an Indica-dominant plant with heavy buds and short internodal space. The trichome production begins very early because the flowering period extends only up to 55 days. The height is average with indoor plants reaching up to 3 feet, making her an ideal strain that can be fit into small spaces. As long as you provide a good amount of water and nutrients, she will generate at least 500 grams/m2 of buds.
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