About Tropical Kush
Tropical Kush, as you can probably guess from the name, is an impressive display of Kush genetics and uplifting, fruity flavors. Its parents were beaming with pride when they saw how their kid turned out from strains as diverse as Allen Wrench and OOKB. But the combination of sweet, sour, and spicy and the accessible yet high THC levels (up to 22%) that define the new strain are quickly garnering it a reputation for tastiness. Continue reading to learn what you can expect from using (and growing) this little prodigy from In House Genetics.
The terpenes of Tropical Kush favor Linalool, Limonene, and Caryophyllene, with Myrcene mixed in at the end. This gives the strain an enticing sweet n’ sour flavor on the inhale, like tingling fruit, including hints of lime, apricot, and grape. As you smoke, the exhale becomes spicier and peppier, with an aftertaste that has undertones of diesel and even a taste of tobacco. The strain’s effects, which drive energy and motivation through the busy day, follow suit from this pick-me-up flavor that has as much fruitiness as old-school herbal skunk (that’s the Myrcene talking).
These effects include feeling energized, talkative, and giggly-social. You’ll be focused and attentive, ready to make the best of your day or hang out with friends in a pleasant buzz. If you want a strain to put you down for the night, this isn’t the one. But if you want to excite your brain back to work and focus on creativity, friends, and food, Tropical Kush is a good pal to have around. Long conversations and longer laughs are your destiny on this strain.
This makes Tropical Kush a choice strain for taking the stress out of a busy day by relaxing and settling your mood. The strain can take the power out of a headache or a bout of depression by making you feel steady, uplifted, and motivated. Users who suffer from ADHD report that the strain’s calming effects are useful during a stressful week.
Growing Tropical Kush should be easy for novices and experienced growers alike. It flowers in around 53-63 days and grows heavy green buds that are dense, speckled with purple, and covered in the scent of sweet fruit. The nugs produce a lot of white trichomes and sticky resin, so extractors and concentrate-makers can get a lot from this bud.