Raspberry Kush is a scrumptious strain with disputed origins that has risen to popularity thanks to its easy-going nature. It’s an excellent sweet strain to end off your night, yet can be rather potent, especially if used in large dosages. For the most part, you can expect a mind-numbing and calming high that will make your world appear brighter.
Although nobody understands where the Raspberry Kush strain comes from, it’s managed to make its method into the hearts of Kush enthusiasts around the world. With enjoyable, sedative effects, and an uplifting mental high, this strain is among one of the most popular Kush hybrids in the cannabis world.
What Is the Raspberry Kush Strain?
Raspberry Kush is an indica-dominant hybrid strain containing 75% indica and 25% Sativa properties. It was named after its raspberry aroma and flavor, which keeps users coming back for more. The genes of these mysterious strains are unknown, but it’s suggested to have been derived from the Cheese Kush strains and Raspberry Cough.
Terpenes & Fragrance
As the name suggests, the raspberry kush strain has a sweet berry taste and aroma. The dominant terpene is myrcene which is known for its fruity aroma featuring notes of strawberry and grape. The taste is also completed by fragile vanilla hints with a poignant, spicy organic exhale. The aroma is a more earthy, flaunting woody overtones combined with seasonings, dried fruits, and fresh apple notes on the exhale.
The terpene structure is also comprised of the following aromatic molecules:
Raspberry Kush Strain Grow Information
Raspberry Kush grows to a medium height, and thanks to its hardy nature can be grown both indoors and outdoors. Outdoors, the strain such as a sheltered area yet craves for sunlight. When grown indoors, dirt or hydroponic systems work best for growing Raspberry Kush and can result in high yields.
Raspberry Kush grown indoors has a flowering period of 9– 10 weeks. The strain can generate roughly 16 ounces of fresh buds throughout harvest.
This hybrid strain loves a bright spot in outdoor environments and yields around 12 ounces of bud per plant. You can expect Raspberry Kush to be prepared for harvest from mid to late October.
Raspberry Kush contains between 16– 23% THC, with 23% being the highest possible possibility. Because of the high THC levels, it’s recommended for moderate to experienced cannabis users. This strain is potent enough to create a strong couch lock.
Raspberry Kush contains marginal traces of CBD. There’s no sign that it also has as long as 1% CBD– the CBD content is close to being non-existent.
Raspberry Kush is a drowsy strain that is best made in the evening. Nevertheless, although it produces deep and physical relaxation, it also provides a surprisingly upbeat psychological experience. Beginner customers must go slow with this bud, as it’s known to be powerful.