Tickle Kush (Hybrid)
THC: 25% – 27%
CBD: .1% – .17%
GENETICS: Chemdawg and LA Kush
APPEARANCE: Tickle Kush forms into a short and squat plant with typically indica growing habits. A Coir Coco growing medium seems to be the growing methodology of choice.
SMELL: Apple, apricot, berry, blueberry, and earthy.
BEST FOR TREATING: Stress, Depression, Pain, Fatigue.
CREATED FEELINGS: You’ll laugh, giggle, talk, and feel creative. And, the strong body buzz will relieve chronic pain, depression, mood swings, muscle spasms, tension, and tremors. Relaxing and euphoric high with medical
DURATION: Around 2 to 3 hours
SIMILAR STRAINS: Chemdawg and LA Kush
Tickle Kush seeds for sale is a relatively new strain bred by Greenwerkz in Colorado. It is a compelling hybrid that combines the earthy diesel flavors of Chemdawg with the pungent and vigorous LA Kush. Tickle Kush seeds for sale was selected as one of “Earth’s Strongest Strains of 2014” by High Times, claiming THC levels reaching up to 27%. Its short stature and quick flowering period make Tickle Kush a great strain for indoor cultivation. The potent effects are a balanced mixture of a happy sativa head buzz with deep, relaxing indica properties.
Those who suffer from chronic fatigue may benefit from the regular use of this strain. Tickle Kush seeds for sale, as it can help them feel more motivated and awake. Patients who suffer from chronic pain can also benefit from this bud, while those who suffer from insomnia may find this strain to be helpful in their quest to regularize their sleep patterns.
Patients who need help managing their chronic and severe depression can greatly benefit from the regular use of this strain. Tickle Kush will allow them to feel more encouraged and positive. Leaving their worried and negative thoughts behind and instead focusing on a more hopeful mood
Growing this flower outdoors can produce an estimated 15 ounces per plant and should take until the middle of October to finish flowering before it is ready to be harvested.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Tickle Kush? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.