Burmese Kush Strain
Burmese Kush is a 50/50 hybrid that is well known throughout the cannabis community. The ideal blend of relaxed creativity and calm euphoria, Burmese Kush can uplift spirits in a as little as a few hits, the effects making themselves known almost immediately. Burmese Kush is a cross between the incredibly popular OG Kush and Burmese Kush. The effects of Burmese Kush are long lasting and it has a moderately high THC content between 17-20%. The most commonly described effects of Burmese Kush are that it makes people happy, relaxed and uplifted. Burmese Kush is a favorite among Cannabis connoisseurs. It has a pine smell and an earthy flavor as well as a smooth smoke. The high keeps smokers relaxed but also motivated and focused. The dark buds are covered in orange hairs.
Why do Patients Use Burmese Kush?
Burmese Kush is most often used to treat anxiety, nausea, and depression. It is useful for inducing positivity and creativity. Burmese Kush is an incredibly potent strain despite its moderate THC levels. The effects are immediate and it is only for nighttime use and most definitely not for novice smokers. Users can expect to feel hungry, happy and sleepy in a very short space of time with Burmese Kush, making it a favorite for those with a lack of appetite and those who suffer from insomnia. Burmese Kush is very well established in the medical marijuana community and is more of a medical strain as opposed to a recreational one.
Medical Uses of Burmese Kush
Side-Effects of Burmese Kush
Information about Burmese Kush
50% Indica 50% Sativa
Cross between OG Kush and Burmese Kush.
Burmese Kush has a rating of 8.8 on the stoned meter.
THC levels are estimated to be in the range of 17-20%.
Approximately 8-10 weeks
Ideal Growing Method
Does well in a Sea of Green setup.
2-4 feet indoors.
The yield of Burmese Kush varies a lot, with some reporting 100 grams per square meter and other reporting 400 grams per square meter.
Not for novice growers, as it Burmese Kush requires lots of attention.