Citrus Kush Marijuana Strain

Indica Dominant Hybrid Strain Indica Dominant Hybrid 70% Indica / 30% Sativa

Citrus Kush may have noble beginnings: It's a descendant of original Kush plants from the Afghan mountains. But that doesn't mean it's a particularly popular strain itself. This is an indica-dominant hybrid with a sativa/indica ratio of at least 30:70. The body buzz is long lasting and intensely physical, suggesting this is a relatively potent strain. But THC numbers aren't easy to come by, and the same goes for CBD content. Still, it seems a safe bet that CBD levels are much lower than THC. Effective CBD strains are usually better advertised than this. Use Citrus Kush to treat depression, anxiety, high blood pressure, wasting, eating disorders, migraine headaches, muscle spasms, and chronic body pains. Citrus is the dominant aroma and flavor, giving this strain its name. The aroma also includes specific notes of lemon and orange, along with sweet and sour smells. The taste, on the other hand, is also tropical with hints of Bubble Gum. The bud is a medium green color with light amber strands and a frosting of trichomes. Few places sell this rarity, but it's probably easier to locate on legal markets in the American West.
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Very citrusy aroma. Solid body and head high. I think it’s a good choice to help anxiety (at least it is for me).

1 bowl Shit gets me high as fuck. Body buzz is pretty nice too. All around good strain.

First time to ever smoke the citrus but I must say I have been looking for the relaxation and full body high. I have Tourette’s syndrome and chronic back pain due to a spinal fusion I would definitely go bk for more!

I was pretty stoked to get my hands on this strain to help treat my back pain. I guess it's pretty rare. The taste is really dank and musty, like an old orange, but still sorta sweet. It helped with my pain but didn't last as long as I wanted.

I'd love to find out the percent THC:CBD in the strain if anyone knows.

I find this strain is definitely good for pain i have a few seed and am curious as to growing it outdoors.

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