Guava kush strain
Guava Kush Strain
Indica Dominant Hybrid – 65% Indica / 35% Sativa
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Smells like it’s namesake. And not in a subtle way. You instantly smell the guava, and the dankness of the scent only enhances the guava smell. Great strain for chilling with a few friends and chatting it up.
Its very mellow,dosent make you cough and its a creeper reaction once smoke sit back and you’ll take off and enjoy the ride and it’s definitely great for depression and ptsd opinion from Gulfport Ms our mental health system is pure garbage marijuana helps my family cope with our mental health issues and gives us the appetite to eat I pray medical marijuana becomes legalized in our great beautiful St of Ms City of Gulfport
Nice strain, smooth and sweet taste. Definitely has the creeper affect as I realized walking in to the restaurant for dinner tonite..reviews saying.. 1st , its a very new hybrid. has all the upbeat buzz that sativia strains are known for. My golf day started as usual smoking before and during the round with the sativia base nuggets kicking in for the Day like a pleasant cup of Starbucks and stayed true to form all dayGuava Kush, a rather obscure newcomer, competed in the 2014 Los Angeles Cannabis Cup. Beyond that, details about this strain are somewhat unreliable. It's reputed to be a sativa-dominant hybrid with a sativa/indica ratio of 35:65. But the effects suggest an even closer match, as Guava Kush delive…
Taste & Smell
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Pairs Well With
- Arts & Crafts
- Social Events
- Watching TV/Movies
About this Hybrid Strain
The sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain dubbed Guava Kush is a strain that competed in the 2014 L.A. Cannabis Cup. Its scent and taste are reminiscent of its name, being quite tropical and sweet. When harvest-ready, its buds are a faded mossy green due to the plethora of trichomes it harbors while having sparse vivid orange pistils.
THC levels average at around 21%, though this number can change depending on a crop’s cultivation methods. Its high has been described by reviewers as allowing relaxation into the body for nearly any given situation, while sparking creativity that can be transformed into intriguing conversation.
A warm/tingling sensation may spread throughout the body while it relaxes as some have experienced, and both chronic pain and insomnia have been treated using this strain. For others, sleep was possible as the high wore down.
Negative side-effects that reviewers have noted include cottonmouth, dry eyes, and occasionally paranoia when consuming above tolerance levels.
Frequently Asked Questions About Guava Kush
The Guava Kush strain is renown for its deliciously sweet and tropical scent that’s reminiscent of guavas, and reviewers enjoy its reputed relaxing effects and creative enhancement.
What does Guava Kush mean?
This strain’s name comes from both its distinct scent and flavor, which is reminiscent of guava, and its Kush heritage.
What does Guava Kush smell like?
As its name imp lies, Guava Kush smells like Guavas with a bit of citrus and lavender intertwined – from its Kush heritage.
The taste of Guava Kush is similar to its scent but less pronounced and it offeres an earthen/soil-like exhale.
Some have referred to this strain as the Guava Cake strain due to its colorful appearance, showing off a deep green accompanied by frosty blue tips and a thick layer of trichomes that lighten its tones. Burnt orange pistils easily stand out against the other colors.
What effects does Guava Kush come from?
Some have experienced a warm/tingling sensation that may spread throughout the body and causes relaxation. Chronic pain and insomnia have been treated using this strain according to some of its fans. For others, sleep was possible as the high wore down.
Where does Guava Kush come from?
This Guava weed’s parents currently remain unknown .The sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain dubbed Guava Kush is a strain that competed in the 2014 L.A. Cannabis Cup. Its scent and taste are reminiscent of its name, being quite tropical and sweet. When harvest-ready, its buds are a faded mossy green due to the plethora of trichomes it harbors while… ]]>