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L.A. Kush

Written by KindReviews on September 23rd, 2010. Posted in Appetite, Behavior, Blog, Energy, Mental Disorders, Mood, Pains, Sativa-Dominant Hybrid, Strains, Vision

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L.A. KUSH STRAIN INFORMATION

General Information

Type:  Sativa-dominant hybrid

Genetics:  Unknown lineage OG Kush clone, likely a “selfed” S1 OG Kush bagseed, possibly a Diesel cross

Geographic Origin:  Los Angeles, California, USA

Seed Company/Clone: Clone only

Description: A special and aggressive clone-only OG Kush, the LA Kush certainly came out of that area, tough not a ton else is known about its lineage. It seems to possibly have Diesel or ChemDawg crossed into it, because the smell is very sharp and fuely, unlike most of the more traditional OG Kush cuts such as San Fernando Valley, Ghost’s OG, and Tahoe OG which have more of a spicy and citrus-pine quality to them. If anyone has more concrete information on the genetic background and history of this particular OG Kush cut (this cut is NOT Abusive’s OG Kush, which took on the nickname “LA Kush” in the early-middle 2000′s, but a different one), please contact us.

History

Story: We received a comment on an earlier L.A. Kush review indicating that this particular cut may have come from a grower named “Strainger” in the Orange County area, grown from a single bagseed.  This story is unconfirmed, but represents a possible piece of the puzzle.

Awards:

Growing Information

Flowering Time: 8-9 weeks

Preferred Growing Medium: This plant will produce long, slender, pointy colas with a fairly dense, large-calyxed structure and very fat trichome heads.

Patient Expectations

Scent: Very sharp and aggressive pine-heavy Kush scent, with strong hints of the “tire shop” rubber/fuel smell

Flavor: The taste is just as aggressive as the smell, with slightly more citrus and fuel… very sharp, chemical, and acrid Kush

Effects: The aggressive” trend continues with the experience, starting off with a very strong package of head effects including lots of eye/face/temple pressure, racing thoughts, and a burst of energy. Despite the sheer potency of this strain, the mindstate is still predominately clear and it doesn’t seem to inhibit mental function much at all.  This is a bit of an “extreme sport” type of strain that evens out in the second half of the duration, becoming a little more relaxing and like a typical OG.

KindReviews:

L.A. Kush – Colorado Alternative Medicine (CAM) – January 2011

L.A. Kush – Colorado Alternative Medicine (CAM) – June 2010