Kosher Kush Strain Information
The potent indica Kosher Kush will knock you on your tush! This award-winning strain is a godsend for people seeking relaxation and relief from chronic pain, nausea, and insomnia.
With THC levels that regularly test in the high 20’s, it’s no wonder Kosher Kush is notorious for bringing even the most experienced consumers to their knees. In fact, this strain’s high has won it multiple accolades and awards, including the High Times Cup for both best indica and best strain.
People who have sampled Kosher Kush say it delivers a classic indica high of couchlock and sedation. Many report feeling cerebral spaciness that had them euphoric and giggly. This was usually accompanied by a full-body melt, a fierce case of the munchies, and gradual sleepiness. These effects may provide relief for people suffering from chronic pain, migraines, nausea, a loss of appetite, and insomnia.
If you’re blessed by Kosher Kush in flower form, you’ll notice its sticky bright green buds and scent of pine and earth. Keep in mind that this is one of the more pungent strains out there, so it's best to keep Kosher Kush in a tightly sealed container if you want to be discreet.
Kosher Kush is credited to Reserva Privada, a DNA Genetics subdivision that consists of a collective of West Coast breeders. Despite its popularity, the lineage of Kosher Kush remains a mystery, although one of its parents is believed to be OG Kush.
If you’re seeking similar strains for sleep, stick with those in the Kush family, like Bubba Kush, Chaos Kush and Kush Mints. Some Kush strains are less sleepy and ideal for chilling, such as Kimbo Kush, Triangle Kush, and Star Kush. For more uplifting and creative vibes, check out this strain’s relatives on the Kosher side, like Kosher Tangie and Sour Kosher.
Legend has it that Kosher Kush was actually blessed by a rabbi when it first popped up in Los Angeles. This story could very well be true - in fact, maybe it was Kosher Kush that was blessed when a leading Orthodox Rabbi ruled that marijuana was kosher for Passover (in addition to the rest of the year!)