Kimchi Strain

Hybrid 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 22%

One of the lesser known Indica strains of cannabis is Kimchi. However, it is also one of the best quality products out there. It does cost more than other forms of marijuana which is why the average consumer often ignores it. The scent it delivers is very fruity but also woody and dank. The taste is sweet and fruity as well as smooth. The THC level is about 22% so it is quite potent compared to some of the other options on the market. For those new to using marijuana, this can prove to be too potent to begin with. This is a lime green color plant with both orange and brown hairs featured. As the time for harvest approaches, the hairs become more prominent and more colorful. It is often mistaken for OG Kush because they are so similar in appearance. The high it offers is very fast and lasts a long time. It is going to result in couch lock so you can't do much after you take it. Many people use it to help them relax from stress and anxiety. It is also taken to help reduce insomnia.
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The Kimchi I got from Best of Buddha was much more gassy smelling and tasting than woody or earthy. It hits fairly quickly, with a bit of an energy surge which quickly morphs in to a relaxing, no stress, mellow sensation that leaves a surprising amount of cognitive ability. For neuropathic back pain, works well. Overall good pain relief without going in to orbit too badly.


Great 50/50 hybrid!


Awesome and I found a spot in the inland empire (I.E.) S.B.W.C. it's super smell and great smoke makes it a gem if you know your buds this one is a rare one to come across


Bomb as fuck good luck finding it tho!


super dope and has that og punch smell to it!! it looks it even looks kinda Asian with the light and dark green color scheme #cookiefam #407 #415 #peezyalert


Just picked me sum up of this cosmic strain... And the effects and flavors and aromas is everything and more !!!! Def buy again !!

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