Burmese Kush Marijuana Strain
The Burmese Kush is also referred to as BuKu. It is an appealing and mouth-watering strain that is a favorite among cannabis users, especially those who seek balanced Sativa/Indica effects.
In 2007, it was listed among the top ten strains in the High Times Magazine. This title is not easily achieved, which means that Burmese is a top-notch hybrid.
At first, users might assume the strain is not potent enough due to its ‘creeper’ nature. The effects come slowly; therefore, it is prudent to consume low doses, then wait for the strain to take effect before taking more puffs.
Origin, THC levels, and genetic composition
It was bred by TH seeds, a Dutch breeder with several strains linked to them. Burmese Kush is a cross between OG Kush and a suspected Indica from Burma.
The OG Kush is a much sought-after strain with THC levels of 24%. This Indica dominant hybrid gives its users a memorable experience consisting of a full-body high that causes couch-lock and sleepiness. It has passed down some of its finest traits to its child, the Burmese Kush.
The THC levels can be anywhere from 13% to 18%. These THC levels are ideal for novice consumers but can also make a good impression on expert users, despite not being as high as most strains. Being Indica dominant 60/40, the Burmese Kush causes a fulfilling body-high.
Experiencing the Burmese Kush
The effects are primarily Indica-centered, with some cerebral high. As mentioned earlier, the effects come slow. When they become pronounced, they hit hard and stay for a long time.
Consumers experience a warm, fuzzy, comforting, and wholesome body that eliminates all the mental and physical tension. The Burmese Kush is recommended for nighttime use because eventually, the consumer will find themselves in a deep and peaceful slumber.
Appearance, aroma, and flavor
The Burmese Kush is a typical Kush strain with a dim green hue, appealing red and orange pistils, and sticky crystalline trichomes.
The aroma hits you first with skunky and earthy combinations, and then eventually, you can detect some piney and musty tones.
The smoke is smooth, which is not characteristic of a Kush strain. It could be a trait inherited from the unknown second parent from Burma. The flavor is flowery, sweet, and fruity with some citrus hints.
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