Jenny Kush is a strain named after the cannabis activist known as Jenny Kush (Jennifer Monson) who tragically lost her life to an oncoming drunk driver in 2013. Jenny Kush was 34 years old and a light in Colorado’s cannabis community. Jenny Kush Day is on August 31st. Light one in remembrance and celebration of her life. The strain is created by Rare Dankness Seeds in Colorado by combining the Rare Dankness #2 strains and Amnesia Haze. This results in a very high THC hybrid.
Jenny Kush Terpene Profile
Effects of Jenny Kush Strain:
The Jenny Kush cannabis strain is a powerful hybrid that can be enjoyed by both recreational and medical users. It has THC levels of up to 25% making it one of the most potent strains available. The effects are mainly cerebral with an uplifting euphoria, giggles and creativity. Jenny Kush is a sativa dominant hybrid that also has more energizing effects. However, it can also cause some anxiety in novice users due to the high levels of THC so it’s best to start slow. The strain is also known for its strong citrusy smell and taste. The body high that follows the energizing head high is relaxing and calming that helps to ease the muscles. So while the effects are physically relaxing and soothing they are not sedative like some strong indica strains.
How to Grow Jenny Kush Strain
The Jenny Kush cannabis strain is a relatively easy plant to grow. It does best in Mediterranean climates with plenty of sun and moderate rainfall. The plants can reach heights of up to 120 cm and produce yields of up to 450 grams per square meter. For the best results, use a soil mix that is high in organic matter and water regularly.
The Jenny Kush strain is a high-yielding plant that can be grown both indoors and outdoors. It has a short flowering time of around eight weeks and produces large, dense buds covered in trichomes. The strain is resistant to mold and pests making it a good choice for beginner growers. When grown outdoors, Jenny Kush plants can reach heights of up to six feet.