Even the most casual marijuana grower or enthusiast has, at a minimum, heard of Kush and has likely tried it whether they realize it or not. It is a common strain for breeding projects due to its exceptional genetics and quality.
Those genetics bring out the best of any strain with which one may cross it. It has enough name recognition all on its own and puts any variety to which it lends its genetics on the Most Wanted lists of most growers and enthusiasts.
Kush was originally developed in Amsterdam where it was called High Rise - a likely nod to it urban place of origin. It was such a popular variety in the city's coffee shops that breeders worldwide adopted it and began work to stabilise it for commercial purposes.
Dutch passion was one such breeder, and they even took it one step further creating this highly stable feminised version that is every bit as great as the original.
These seeds produce exceptionally vigorous plants that grow well in various environments and conditions. Master Kush It is easy to grow indoors and it stands up to all types of weather when it is grown outdoors.
Indoors, it responds well to methods like SOG and ScrOG. It is a mostly indica strain making the plants tight and compact. The aroma is very mild, making them even easier to grow indoors.
The plants develop abundant flowering sites that have long trichomes loaded with resin. The aroma is a sour and sweet typical of indicas and has a mild citrus endnote.
The flavour is mild and smooth with a pleasant earthy quality. The effect is equally mild and provides a relaxing stone without inducing drowsiness. The cerebral effect is mildly psychedelic but does not produce any adverse effects.
Please remember that the growing of cannabis plants and the cultivation of seeds is illegal in some countries - please check the laws of your country and don't be growing any plants if it is against your country's laws.