Kosher Kush Strain


THC: 22% - 25%

Kosher Kush is famous for its enticing flavor and high potency ingredients. But that's not the only thing that makes this strain famous; Kosher Kush is the only strain that has been blessed by a Rabbi! In addition, it has been awarded the High Times Indica Cup in the years 2010 and 2011. The strain produces a strong aroma which allows the smokers to achieve a complete body relaxation and relieve stress. Many smokers have reported relief from depression. The strain will allow your body to transcend into a state of serenity, thereby draining your mind of all worries. It has been reported that it leaves a powerful effect on the smoker that stays for a long time. Many smokers have reported to have a peaceful sleep after smoking Kosher Kush. The most commonly reported side effects include headache, dry eyes and dizziness. However, heavy smokers might not experience the same kinds of effects as the beginners. It is recommended to practice extreme caution with the strain; high amounts of Kosher Kush can cause blurred vision and lack of clarity.
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A wonderful gift from God. Sweet piney taste, very smooth. Great for PTSD & trouble sleeping. Helps with nightmares. Curbs pain from trauma. Leaves you happy, relaxed, & chatty with hardly any intellectual compromise - brings your authentic self to the fore & helps you remember who you are. Truly is a blessed strain. Thank you, Rabbi!

All I can tell you is Shabbat Shalom!!! This is a Indica that was touched by David himself 😂 naw but it is fire tho. The taste is surprisingly sweet and vanilla on the exhale kinda leaves a creamy after taste. Definitely kush like buds nice and green and the smell is of its kush parents definitely. It’s more of a upper sativa cerebral high then indices body. I feel I can conquer the world and part the Red Sea to get to the store for more cigars... then just sit there for no reason at all. I only wish the effect where felt faster other then that man get your hands on your favorite Rabbi’s kush “Kosher Kush”

Hey Stevieg59 : The ratios for the KK is normally 80% Indica & 20% Sativa although some feel the sativa effect is more prevalent .

I am smoking 8 years kosher kush Take kosher sorbet 3 level better

This stuff is great for sleep and to relax. I fought in Afghanistan with the infantry and did not sleep much for ten years this and bakerstreet are great for sleep.

Very good for a indica, I am normally a Sativa guy. Very sedative strain, I have the wax version.

You can't go wrong with a kush! Great sedative and pain relieving qualities. Flavors and aromas are nice but secondary to the array of reliefs.

Kosher Kush is a perfect blend of compliance and spiritual liberation. Mind and body all resonating in the spirit of JAH. One inhalation and I felt unshackled, free to wander the wilderness

The high content of thc for this strain is why consumers feel so relaxed. It could be used as sleeping aid I recken. 25% thc will do that.

The single best adjective I would use to describe this popular strain, is "heavy". The aroma is strong and the smoke is expansive in the lungs. The sample I experienced totaled 26.74% THC, with 1.00% CBDA. Nowhere that I researched could give definitive information as to genetic ratios, but this is an Indica heavy hybrid by all accounts. Its effects are "hard to breathe" heavy (may induce anxiety), strong stone that eventually relaxes and makes you want to sleep. This one is good "medicine" when needed, but probably not for daily use due to its potency and lingering effects. If you like Indica strains, you will likely be happy with Kosher Kush, a quintessential breed. Dynamite reefer. 4.6/5.0

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