Watermelon Kush: A Fruity Strain for Deep Relaxation
Parents: Unknown | THC: 15-22% | CBD: 1%
Watermelon Kush is a potent indica. Its dense buds, valued for their high THC content and relaxing effects, are useful as a sleeping aid or appetite stimulant.
⦁ Insomnia Relief
⦁ Pain Relief
⦁ Stress Relief
⦁ Soothes Inflammation
⦁ Soothes Depression
⦁ Dry Mouth
⦁ Dry Eyes
The Watermelon Kush Experience
Watermelon Kush is a mysterious strain of unknown parentage. This bud’s unspecified genetic background brings a rich mix of terpenes that have resulted in a unique watermelon aroma. Beyond its refreshing summery flavor, this strain is valued for its long-lasting sedative power.
Watermelon Kush’s flowers give off a fruity aroma that blend tart berries and grape. When combusted, it burns with a smooth, fruity smoke that tastes like grape with some lingering sour traces on the exhale. As with many indica strains, Watermelon Kush’s high has a slow onset. Also, the effects may begin as a tingle around the eyes and forehead. This odd sensation soon warps into a warm feeling that envelops the entire body, also letting users know that they’re in for a physically relaxing experience.
Watermelon is not without some mental stimulation, though. Although this is a heavy indica, it comes without the dopey, incapacitated mindset of some stronger, knockout indica strains. Smokers may notice their thoughts rambling freely; and may find some concepts or stimuli to be more interesting than they otherwise might. While smokers typically remain lucid enough to carry on conversations, those with a busy schedule shouldn’t plan on getting any work done under the strain’s influence. Instead, this bud is a good companion to kicking back and watching TV at the end of a long day or week of work. Because of its mostly sedative vibes, this strain is also recommended for nighttime rather than daylight use.
Watermelon Kush can also have several potential benefits for medical cannabis patients. Additionally its physically soothing effects can treat aches and pains. It may also soothe everyday irritations like headaches and nausea. Meanwhile, the bud’s mood-elevating properties may temporarily take the edge off of mild to moderate cases of stress and depression.
If you bring this bud out in social situations, its fruity aroma is sure to turn some heads — so be sure to bring enough to share!