Sativa

Green Cush

Green Cush is an exceptional cannabis strain. Its genetics are made by crossing Purple Kush and Green Crack. This combination of two very well known strains in the cannabis community produces what I would call a “chill sativa”.

This is one of the few cannabis strains that smells and tastes exactly the same. Both the flavor and smell of Green Cush is very smooth and surprisingly fruity. The taste when vaping the flower is very similar to a mango starburst.

Strains like Green Cush are going to be high in caryophyllene be either a sativa or hybrid and lean more toward hybrid effects.

  • THC: 20%
  • CBD: .5%
  • Main Terpene: Caryophyllene
  • Effects: Relaxing
green cush strain

Main Green Cush Terpene Profile

  • Caryophyllene
  • Myrcene
  • Limonene
  • Pinene

Green Cush Effects

While Green Cush may be a sativa but its potent indica genetics balance those effects right back to the middle. This cannabis strain might be one of the best examples of balanced hybrid genetics. For a strain with 20%+ THC, low CBD and being known as a “sativa”, it is one of the most relaxing strains I’ve experienced. The Green Cush strain allows the body and mind to be relaxed and at ease while being able to think deeply. Its the perfect strain to check out and get things done at a leisurely pace like chores around the house, dog walks, hikes or a steady workout.

Growing Green Cush

Due to the diverse genetics coming from Green Crack and Purple Kush you may need to figure out over time the exact nutrient levels it needs at each stage. But it very easy to dial it back or add more as the plant responds. Since Green Cush is a medium height plant it will be great for growing indoors with smaller spaces or even grow boxes in your apartment. Genetic diversity also comes into play here which enables this cannabis plant to be fairly resistant to most growing issues like mildew. Overall this is a fairly easy plant to grow and will start flowering in 8 weeks and fully grown Green Cush will usually yield between 15-18 ounces of cannabis per plant.