Gypsy Kush is a very stable strain, and if you cultivate a few seeds at the same time, you'll notice that they look like clones.
One of its genetic progenitors is the well-known Afghan, a prolific producer of small flowers and plentiful harvests.
It should be noted that Gypsy Kush is a tough and powerful plant.
It is simple to cultivate and can withstand a wide range of pests and growing systems, with the EC remaining under 2.2 during the flowering time to maximise its potential.
It features a traditional construction and a fir-like form. Outdoors, lower branches grow to be rather large and produce a large number of flowers, as well as compact and sticky buds.
The impact is largely soothing, although it also generates brief bouts of euphoria, resulting in bursts of ‘hysterical laughter'.
THC levels in Gypsy Kush are also rather high, which can result in psychedelic effects.