Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Nepal Kush hits with a heavy thunder, so to speak, immediately causing a soaring body high, immediately followed by relatively severe couch-lock. Nepal Kush incapacitates even the most seasoned of users, so the best time to smoke it is during PM hours.
The breeder chose the mother in this cross, Hindu Kush, for her ability to reduce the height of the somewhat tall Nepal landrace, while preserving the heavy trichomes produced in each strain. A Nepal landrace male, selected for its bigger yields, adds weight to the somewhat low harvest of Hindu Kush. Buds from Nepal Kush are medium in size, dense and seem to have trichomes growing off other trichomes. Okay, not literally, but this is a profoundly frosty strain, created for smoking and hash-making.
When cultivated indoors, in five-gallon containers, Nepal Kush will usually reach a finished height of right around four feet. Her outdoor counterparts can reach almost six feet in height, which is relatively tall for a 100% indica strain. While the yield isn't anything to write home about, most outdoor gardeners receive over a quarter-pound from each plant. Indoor yields vary greatly, depending on factors including training methods, grow type, etc. For example, Nepal Kush will do exceedingly well in a SCRoG type grow, due to a bushy, branchy structure. They also prefer to be grown in soil, as hydro has shown to cause mildew and bud rot with this indica.
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