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What Is Master Kush and What Is so Great About It?

Master Kush Cannabis Strain

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Master Kush is also known as High Rise. This strain is originally from the south of Amsterdam as it is bred by the Dutch White Label Seed Company. This strain mostly contains indica (90% indica strain). It THC content starts from 16% to 23%. It has an extremely low percent of CBD (1%) and an extremely low percent of terpenes (1%). It is known to be very potent.

Master Kush is a potent indica hybrid strain. It is a cross of a Landrace Strain (Pure cannabis strain/purebreds). This strain comes from the Hindu Kush region (which is where it gets its name from).

What Are the Effects of Master Kush?

Master Kush has the ability to make its consumer feel:

  • A strong euphoric feeling (high)
  • Relaxed, mellow and/or calm
  • Tired
  • Uplifted

Medical Effects of Master Kush

Master Kush isn’t just popular for its potency and flavour. It is also popular for the fact that it can treat a range of medical symptoms such as:

  • Stress
  • Insomnia
  • Pain
  • Depression
  • Headaches

What Are the Side Effects of Consuming Master Kush?

Like any drug, Master Kush contains some side effects too. However, these side effects are not life-threatening and they come by rarely.

  • Dry Mouth
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dizzy
  • Anxious
  • Paranoid

ReviewS On Master Kush

The high comes with a strong relaxed feeling. Euphoria and the giggles are a normal feature. A robust body high that comes on slow, will stay with you. The main reason as to why this strain is so popular to all medicinal and recreational cannabis users is because of its ability in calming and relieving the body without becoming a “vegetable”. This cannabis strain also comes in a wide variety of flavours like:

  • Earthy
  • Pungent
  • Sweet
  • Woody
  • Citru

Master Kush is one of the stronger medical strains around to date which makes it a force to be reckoned with. Before you decide to use this strain as a form of treatment it’s important that you consult your doctor or a medical professional. It’s all important that you read your country’s or state’s laws and regulations regarding cannabis and Master Kush as many laws have a THC to CBD ratio regulation.

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