June 7, 2012 02:11

Cherry Kush

Exquisitely balanced, Cherry Bomb—a cross of Grand Daddy Purple, Durban Poison and OG Kush—is also commonly called Cherry Pie Kush. San Jose dispensary South Bay Healing Center’s cut is true to lineage, exhibiting the size of GDP, the branching of Durban and the spiny density of OG Kush. Cured to a snap and manicured tight, she’s bristling with trichomes and a robust cherry, Kush-y, pepper smell. It’s expertly grown indoor product, using computer-controlled lights and nutrients for consistent quality throughout the batch. The robust, rich smoke is berry-licious and smooth, and this 50/50 sativa-indica hybrid is cerebral and creative, with added focus for the first hour, while the second half relaxes the body, making it a great evening smoke. Patients with a wide variety of symptoms like nausea, loss of appetite, chronic pain, PTSD and stress have reported relief from this type of hybrid. Very cherry.

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