Kush – or often called OG Kush – is the original gangster, the master, the one that started it all. At least, in terms of contemporary hemp genetics. This 90’s classic is the most common recent ancestor of all the strains that stem from the West Coast, thus its name and its iconic reputation in the world of hemp. Its rich terpene profile and rapturous hybrid effects can leave even the most experienced veteran hemp-heads clinging to the edge of their seats.
Often considered a hemp stash staple, Kush is a strain that has birthed countless other classics and icons after it. And what’s really interesting is that even without a partner in marriage, Kush comes out as a prolific herb, coming out with other legends like Tahoe OG, Ghost OG, and SFV OG as its popular phenotypes that have gone on to make names for themselves in the cut-throat hemp scene.