About Cherry Kush
Cherry Kush is a flavor-focused, indica-dominant strain that’s well-suited to night time relaxation. This strain was born from staple hybrid OG Kush and a purple-flowering phenotype of the indica landrace Afghani. In addition to a bold, fruity flavor, it is known for its well-balanced effects. Its THC content has been measured at between 13% and 23%.
Cherry Kush sets itself apart with medium to large-sized flowers that hold an elongated, tapered formation, somewhat like miniature pinecones. These buds are true to their indica lineage, with leaves curling tightly inward in a characteristically dense and solid structure. The leaves themselves are a vivid mossy green although frequently, phenotypes of the strain show flashes of purple thanks to a high concentration of the pigment anthocyanin. Finally, these flowers are twisted through with hairy orange and red pistils and are capped off with translucent white trichomes.
The first whiff of Cherry Kush’s cured flowers reveals some sour-sweet notes, somewhat like fermented vegetable matter. Hanging out underneath is a more sweet, berry-like aroma. Grinding, meanwhile, releases a spicy, hashy odor that brings to mind parent strain OG Kush. When burnt in a pipe or a joint, Cherry Kush strain gives off a pleasantly smooth smoke that goes does easy. This smoke tastes of berry with some traces of skunk on the exhale.
Cherry Kush strain makes a flavorful after-dinner treat whether you’re consuming solo or sharing with friends. It’s a great way to end a long, stressful day of work.