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Barneys Farm - 8 Ball Kush

Barneys Farm - 8 Ball Kush cannabis seed
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AfganistanPakistan Mountain Region
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8 Ball Kush is from the Afghan/Pakistani mountain areas. The plant is very easy to grow and performs well under adverse weather conditions. 8 Ball Kush stays short and has wide dark green leaves with dense buds on thick healthy stems. The smoke has a musty-earthy flavour with sandalwood undertones.  

Indoor Grow?Yes
Outdoor Grow?Yes
Greenhouse Grow?Yes
Medical Use?Yes
Medical UsesADD / ADHD, Anxiety, Arthritis, Chronic Pain, Depression, Headaches, Migrains, Inflammation, Insomnia, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscle Spasms, PTSD, Stress
Indica StrainsYes
Height Notes70-80 cms
Flowering TimeShort
Yield Notes400 to 500 grams
Grams m2550
THC ContentHigh
THC %20
CBD ContentLow
CBD %0.6
Taste NotesClassic Kush - Musty/Earthy with a Touch of Spice
Noted EffectsHappy, Creative, Euphoria, Sleepy
GeneticsAfganistan x Pakistan Mountain Region

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