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where can i buy kush online | buy kush online cheap | kush for sale onlinewhere can i buy kush online. Purple Kush’s bag appeal isn’t only limited to visuals — the buds also have a standout taste. The initial impression is similar to the odor of Afghani strains, with an earthy, almost sandalwood musk. Closer inspection brings out sweet and fruity notes of grape. When combusted, the flowers have a simultaneously fruity and hash-like odor and smoke, which can sting sinuses and bring about heavy coughing. On the exhale, smoke from Purple Kush has a sugary grape-like taste that may remind some of sweet dessert wine or purple cough syrup.
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It’s been a long time since I’ve had white rhino so when I saw it on MBS I had to get me some ? It has a fruity sweet smell to it which is one of my favorite traits in a bud. I’d put the fantastic smell in there with juicy fruit or blueberry just not as prevelant. The buds are fluffy and have a slight Christmas tree resemblance to their shape. This is a good all around buzz for relaxing in or going out to socialize. I also felt some pain relief and get a good night sleep. Keep up the great work MBS!!!
Quick head high then a overwhelming calm. To me it tasted fruity but seeing other reviews it seems to vary by person to person.
Ordered on Friday and received my order today (and I live 3 000 miles away). Best quality weed I have smoked in a while. Just ordered some Rock Star. If you can get it here as fast as the last order, you are the best
So I just could not say no to a strain called tuna kush! Especially after reading some interesting reviews mentioning “fishy” taste and “left me wanting more”. All in all I was very pleased with this AAA…another gem at a great price. I’d say kush is my go to if I don’t see anything else that catches my eye and this hit every mark. For me I get an uppity energetic high that’s long lasting. As for the smell? Definitely was a hint of tuna when I first opened the bottle but it faded away after it was exposed to air or maybe my nose got used to it. Either way great kush, great price. I would and will repeat ?
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4 years ago
Most powerful indica I've smoked. When you're smoking you might be thinking "Oh, this shit isn't getting me stoned" until it hits you. It hits you everything at the same time, from your legs to your ears. Music feels amazing, and you feel in great control of your body. Also, food has NEVER tasted this orgasmic. Totally recommend it for smoking it before bed, it gets you sleeping like a baby. Would be good for socializing at a party, since it does not affect the brain as much, just a clear head high.
Purple kush is an amazing antianxiety strain two hits and you've forgotten what you were worried about.
Once you are there you are there, when you puff the Purple Kush. It feels like a tipping point to me when I begin to smoke this herb. My caregiver Hazenberg hooked it up with a sweet eighth from L'eagle in Denver; I have been searching for proper organic medical purple here in Albuquerque; it's been awhile since I have had any quality purple from a NM source above the southern border Check. This Purple Kush (not CG Corrigan's or R. Greenleaf Organic's for sure) was like an alert Grape Ape; almost entirely purple, fluffy and crumbled into kiefy powder if squeezed, yet burned by itself for eternity in the bowl; covered in trichomes, the aroma was of fine northern California Purples; smoke was smooth as can be. The flavor was sour purple, the best and biggest bud delivering sharp sweet and sour grape flavored hits, like taking licks of grape sweet-tarts. The high washes all of your worries away.
Again, this is more of a commentary than a review... Let me start off by saying that I am not personally a big fan of most versions and phenos of the famed Purple Kush, although I don't hate it. Just posed with an option, I usually won't choose the PK first. That being said, Leafly has left out the fact is that there are a few known different versions of the widely popular Purple Kush strain... All 3 are supposed to be clone-only. Where I'm located (toronto, the most commonly available version of PK is the SR-71 cut. It is usually very similar to Purple Urkle (possibly a hybrid) and has the typical "purple"/hashy grape flavor — it was distributed mostly by the SR-71 (now Blue Sky) Coffeeshop in the "Oaksterdam" section of Oakland, CA and most likely is a Purple Afghani x Hindu Kush. It was originally named "Ultraviolet" by its original grower in Oakland, CA (credited as "K" from Trichome Technologies according to SR71's catalog). The Garberville Purple Kush (GPK) is most notably held by Swerve, of Cali Connection Seeds fame, and tends to grow with some foxtails and has more of a straight-up Kush taste/smell with hints of "purple". The original cuts of GPK are shrouded in folklore, so there are several different phenotypes around, but generally a flowering time of around 55 days should be expected. This can extend to 70 days with particularly late-flowering cuts. It grows most favorably in soil or hydro set ups, but yields heavily in all media as long as it’s tended to properly. As ever with Blue or Purple strains, cooler temperatures will bring out the great-looking coloration. Kyle Kushman's Las Vegas Purple Kush (LVPK), was claimed in a New Yorker article, to be a special Purple Indica x Northern Lights find, but many have since claimed it's an S1 Bubba Kush of some kind due to the dark flavors present. Still, many old-school people claim that none of the famous clone-only PK's around are in fact the original Purple Kush, which is said to be a very special Purple Pakistani variety that was found in the late 70's or early 80's. As you can see, the history of a strain that's been renamed several times and has several legit versions floating around gets very murky quickly. Aroma: Pungent, with notes of "purple" (incense, perfume, musky grapes), and the spicy Kush end of the spectrum as well. The SR-71 and Garberville cuts are more "purple" in both flavor and smell compared to the Kyle Kushman/Las Vegas Purple Kush. Qualities: Eminently relaxing and rather potent, Purple Kush is definitely in touch with its Afghani-Pakistani roots. Coming on with a slight rush of energy, that subsides quickly and leaves the user with a floaty, highly medicated body experience that makes aches and pains as well as anxiety/stress melt away. Purple Kush is also known for being a long-laster, normally going out to the 3 hour mark. Recommended highly for body pain, muscle relaxation, mood elevation, appetite stimulation, and sleep aid at higher dosages.
PK is one of those strains that I'll always have at least a couple grams of. It is one of my go to Medical strains as I am a patient suffering from Chronic Pain resulting in severe Secondary Insomnia. It's always nice to sit down at the end of the night and smoke a bowl of Purple Kush. As I take my first couple rips I feel it slowly calming me and relieving pain and somewhere around the 2nd bowl is when I call it bed-time! Definitely recommend!