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Indica Hybrid

OG Kush #18 x SFV OG

Kosher Kush Strain

Kosher Kush is a heavy indica dominant flower with debatable lineage. It is believed to be closely related to OG #18 and SFV OG. This strain was originally founded in Southern California by a group of Orthodox Jewish growers. Its high testing THC, typically around 18%-22% is great for patients looking for any sleep aid, pain relief, or help with depression. Kosher Kush's dominant terpenes cause a very relaxed and sleepy high that is also very happy and enjoyable.


medicinal use Pain


medicinal use Headache


medicinal use Inflammation



strain flavor Sweet

strain flavor Earthy


strain flavor Pine



strain effect Happy


strain effect Euphoric


strain effect Relaxed


Overview of Kosher Kush

Kosher Kush is an indica dominant hybrid strain hailing from southern California. It regularly tests at between 18 and 22% THC, making it a very potent strain. Kosher Kush's dominant terpenes are Alpha-Pinene, Limonene, and Caryophyllene. These terpenes are well known for having a very relaxed yet, enjoyable high.

While the effects of Kosher Kush are euphoric and highly sought after for medical patients, this strain has yet to break into the mainstream recreational market and can be somewhat difficult to find. This strain has won best indica at the High Times Cannabis Cup 2 years in a row, 2010 and 2011.

Potential Effects of Kosher Kush

Kosher Kush hits like a sedative, and users will immediately feel the high that begins to affect the entire body. A wave of relaxation follows, and with it comes a tingling head high that leaves users in a pleasant headspace, relaxed and happy.

Potential Effects of Kosher Kush

Originally garnering its popularity within the medical community, this strain offers potent stress relief. In addition to the relaxation that accompanies the high, a sleepy sensation can assist with those who suffer from insomnia. Pain relief typically accompanies this high, making it an ideal choice for injured or recovering athletes.

Potential Negative Effects of Kosher Kush

While most users adore the heavy sedation and relaxed euphoria, regular smokers advise staying away from this strain if the user is particularly anxious. The heavy high can be strong for those more inclined to paranoia and the dry mouth and eyes that often accompany smoking this strain can lead some to have a negative experience.

Lineage of Kosher Kush

Kosher Kush is a potent indica dominant hybrid whose properties come from the crossing of OG Kush #18 and SFV OG. This particular strain was conceived in southern California before spreading slowly across the nation. Many stories exist about how this particular flower came to be, but the most popular theory is that a group of orthodox Jewish Growers developed this strain before having it blessed by a rabbi leading to the strain's distinctive name.

Growing Kosher Kush

Kosher Kush is a cannabis strain best grown indoors where it flowers around the 70 day mark. The strain produces a moderately high yield with dense flowery buds and orange pistils. An indoor climate is best as this strain needs a slightly warmer temperature than most.

Where to Find Kosher Kush

While this strain Is extremely popular within the medical community, it can be difficult to source for the purely recreational user. Californians will find this strain with ease due to the strains origination on the sunny coasts of southern California. Users in Colorado also have a plethora of options to choose from as LivWell Enlightened Health and other large cannabis chains frequently carry high-quality Kosher Kush.

Out of state residents in Oregon, Washington and Nevada may have difficulty finding this strain.

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