Cannabis is mainly classified as sativa, hybrid, or indica, based on the morphology of the plant. But it can be further classified, such as; Kush, Haze, and Purple. These terms refer to types of cannabis identified by distinct smells, tastes, effects, or geographic regions.
Kush is a specific variety of cannabis that descends from the Hindu Kush Mountains and is one of the few geographic regions where the cannabis plant grows natively.
Their effects are massive and sedative. Kush crosses are coupled with a bright euphoria that puts a smile on the couch-locked consumer. Introspection or internal reflection is a common effect of Kush as well. These cerebral effects make a strong case for Kush as a meditative variety of cannabis.
Kush genetics has a natural resistance to certain elements. This includes solid stocks and vegetation that can survive colder, harsher climates and moderate water consumption. In addition to their natural resilience, Kush strains are famous for their heavy yields and manageable height.
However, the above attributes can vary from Kush strain to Kush strain depending on how its unique genetic expression affects its characteristics.