Obama Kush is an indica-dominant hybrid that first made its debut in Michigan. A cross between Afghani (indica) and OG Kush (sativa-dominant hybrid), it is offers a cerebral high that evokes positive emotions and thoughts. This smooth experience activates creativity while relaxing the body.
Overview of Obama Kush
Obama Kush was first introduced to the world of weed by Superior Genetics, a grow lab located in Michigan. The bud is incredibly dense and absolutely beautiful. Boasting bright colors, and a layer of crystals reminiscent of the ones on Jack Nicholson's face in The Shining.
With THC levels around 18% and low CBD levels (usually between 0.2-0.35%), Obama Kush is the perfect strain to cut back on your stress levels while still producing an invigorating drive.
Obama Kush is very much like its namesake: incredibly smooth and has a way of inducing feelings of inspiration and creativity. Every time you consume Obama Kush, you'll feel like the 44th President.
Positive Effects of Obama Kush
The effects of Obama Kush are well-rounded, making users feel relaxed physically and uplifted mentally. It is not an ideal high for those who are juggling many tasks or need to stay on task with a busy schedule. Instead, this is a great smoke for those who want to unwind, meditate, or take part in some form of creative expression without getting drowsy.
Negative Effects of Obama Kush
Paranoia, red eyes, and headaches are the most common side effects.
Lineage of Obama Kush
Growing Obama Kush
This strain grows in a short, stout, bushy form with numerous dense buds. It can take between 55 and 65 days to flower and, when it does, its yields are frequently above average- between 14-16 ounces per plant.
Once flowered, the buds are a vibrant lilac with a sprinkling of crystals and plenty of resin. Obama Kush can be easily grown indoors as well as outdoors and reaches its prime in dry climates with temperatures ranging between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
Growers should keep in mind that the trimming and manicuring these jam-packed and resinous buds during harvest requires great care and attention to detail.