from £ 22.95 GBP
Kush Doctor has an interesting background as well as a great name. The mother plant was first created through crossing OG Kush with Ultra Lemon Haze. This was subsequently stabilised before being fertilised by a male Berry Ryder.
Experience the power of OG Kush with the fruitiness of Berry Ryder.
Kush Doctor is an easy plant to grow successfully being very resilient to both drought and harsher climates. It grows to a height of 75 - 125 cm. and can be trained in smaller spaces or for stealth reasons outdoors. Leaves are quite slender and longer than average, like the buds, reflecting its sativa side. Indoors growers can expect yields of about 300 gr/m2 in a total of 75 - 85 days from germination.
The taste and scent is a lovely mix of blueberries and sweet citrus with an earthy Kush undertone. With subsequent hits the spice 'n' fuel flavours come through. THC production is high and the effect is very cerebral although not debilitatingly so. It is neither heavy nor devoid of relaxing properties and makes a great evening smoke for those who still want to stay alert and function!
|Indica and Sativa Strains|
|Height Notes||75-125 cm|
|Taste Notes||Berry, Blueberry, Citrus, Fuel, Kush, Spicy, Herbal, Sweet|
|Noted Effects||Body, Cerebral, Happy|
|Genetics||(OG Kush x Ultra Lemon Haze) x Berry Ryder|
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