What is the Khalifa Kush cannabis strain?
Khalifa Kush Strain is a high potency, indica-dominant cannabis cultivar. It drives from OG Kush, and has flowers that appear light green and gold in color, with slight purple accents.
As the origin story goes, Khalifa Kush was originally an unnamed OG Kush cultivar that Berner from Cookies was growing. Wiz loved the strain so Berner gifted it to him. And so it was named Khalifa Kush. You can watch Berner tell the story in an interview with Hot 97.
Khalifa Kush was originally an unreleased strain that you couldn’t go out and get anywhere. It was meant to be exclusive to Wiz Khalifa and Wiz only.
Over time, as with every strain that people try to keep secret, seeds and clones found themselves in various people’s gardens. Now there are various Khalifa Kush cultivars out there, though the real deal is still only available in select cities and dispensaries.
According to the Khalifa Kush store locator on the brand’s website, to get the real deal Khalifa Kush from a legal cannabis store, you’d have to live in Arizona, Nevada, or Utah. Peep here to see if you can get KK in a store nearby.
How to grow Khalifa Kush
You can’t really find too much information out there about growing Khalifa Kush. Nor are seeds really available for the general public to purchase.
Some growers have a cut of the strain, but it was definitely obtain through a very insular network. Or stolen.
That said, most information online about growing Khalifa Kush gives you suggestions base on how its parent, OG Kush, would be grown. I won’t waste your time by telling you how to grow OG Kush when you came here to know about that KK.
How does Khalifa Kush smell and taste
Like OG Kush and the majority of strains that have dominant Kush characteristics, Khalifa Kush has piney, citrus, funky, and somewhat gassy terpenes.
According to Leafly’s verified strain data, the most abundant terpenes in Khalifa Kush are limonene, followed by myrcene and caryophyllene.
In relation to the effects we feel from cannabis, limonene is to have uplifting qualities; myrcene is thought to produce sedative effects; and caryophyllene is to be the stress-relieving terpene.
With that in mind, it’s easy to see why those that consume Khalifa Kush often get a long-lasting, spaced-out-in-creative-thought type of high.
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