Guava Kush Strain Review
Guava Kush is an indica-dominant hybrid that was first seen in the 2014 Los Angeles Cannabis Cup. This hybrid strain delivers a mix of physical and cerebral high with a relaxing, tingly, creative and happy high. It is a strain used to treat conditions like arthritis, asthma, depression, fatigue and migraines. The Guava Kush comes with a sweet, tropical and fluffy flavor coming from its large nugs with dark and light green and amber hairs plus a layer of thick trichomes on the surface. This strain is found mostly in the Oregon and Los Angeles regions.
Type: Indica dominant, 65% indica, 35% sativa
Flowering period: 9 weeks
Climate: Warm California climates
Flavors: citrus, earthy, orange and sweet
THC Levels: 20%
Growing difficulty: Moderate
What are the effects of Guava Kush?
An overwhelming feeling of relaxation will envelope your body when you consume Guava Kush. Aside from this, you will also feel euphoric as if all your cares have been thrown out the window. You will be able to forget your troubles, even for a short while, and focus on more important tasks at hand. You will feel uplifted and somewhat very talkative too. But all these will come to pass as the effects of this strain wear off. This will leave you hungry and sleepy.
What are the medical benefits of Guava Kush?
Guava Kush can reduce depression and deal with stress. You will be able to improve your mood naturally without using any drugs that can only have ugly side effects. You can use this to deal with headaches, muscle cramps and nausea; these are common side effects of most medical treatments including chemotherapy.
What are the negative effects of Guava Kush?
Guava Kush use can lead to dry mouth and dry eyes. These common side effects of THC are accompanied by feelings of paranoia, headaches and anxiety and are more pronounced in people who are new to taking this strain.
Tips for growing Guava Kush
Guava Kush grows well indoors or outdoors. Feed your plants with nutrients appropriate for its developmental stage. Make sure to water only when the soil is dry and high and not when the soil is damp or wet, to prevent mold growth and development.