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Shiatsu Kush

Taste & Smell

  • Earthy
  • Sweet

Effects

  • Calm
  • Creative
  • Talkative
  • Dizzy
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth
  • Nervous

Pairs Well With

  • Gambling
  • Going Out
  • Social Events

About this Hybrid Strain

The nicely balanced hybrid Shiatsu Kush is a cannabis strain that was named on the High Times’ List of Best Strains in 2012. It produces harvest-ready buds that are light green with yellow and amber pistils, covered with a light layer of trichomes.

Shiatsu Kush emits a scent and produces a taste similar to cedar and vanilla, having nutty and earthy undertones.

THC levels are not entirely known as of yet, but are believed to be high due to its powerful effects. Shiatsu Kush produces a high that brings on heavy relaxation and calms the mind of negativity. This strain will increase social tendencies and creativity, so prepare for intriguing thoughts and discussions as energy increases as well.

Beyond dry mouth and eyes, Shiatsu Kush can cause dizziness, paranoia, or anxiousness when consuming in higher doses.

It takes between seven and eight weeks for Shiatsu Kush to fully flower.

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The nicely balanced hybrid Shiatsu Kush is a cannabis strain that was named on the High Times’ List of Best Strains in 2012. It produces harvest-ready buds that are light green with yellow and amber pistils, covered with a light layer of trichomes. Shiatsu Kush emits a scent and produces a taste…

The Spokesman-Review Newspaper

Mon., April 20, 2020

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