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Strain Review: Kandy Kush OG

By Karen Lloyd
Published: April 2, 2019 | Last updated: April 7, 2021
Key Takeaways

With its high-end potency, Kandy Kush OG is a strain that will leave you absent-minded, super relaxed, and perhaps even couch locked.

For one thing, I swear I started writing this review somewhere, on my phone or on paper, weeks ago, but the notes are nowhere to be found or perhaps never even existed in the first place? That says a lot about Kandy Kush OG.

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A tall, thin plant with a pungent bite and distinct citrus aroma, Kandy Kush OG is the perfect combo of indica (60 percent OG Kush) and sativa (40 percent Trainwreck). With large sticky buds, proffering 24 percent THC, you don’t need much to feel the euphoric (almost tranquilizing) effects of this plant. Your thoughts will wander along merrily, probably making big plans for a bright future while your fingers press your iPhone passcode into the microwave timer, and your body becomes heavier by the minute. Like a cozy wool blanket on a cool day, it has the power to instantly lift your mood, induce relaxation, and… make you slightly absent-minded.

Often prescribed for insomnia, Kandy Kush makes for a good bedtime snack but since it’s also known to treat chronic pain, you can comfortably sit at a desk all day and work for hours. Just make sure you have everything you need at your fingertips — phone, food, fake cigarette — because once Kandy Kush OG melts into your system, you will likely be couch locked and won’t want to travel far.
Kandy Kush flowers from nine to 10 weeks and can be grown indoors and out with reported yields of up to 3.6 ounces per square foot. However, it does grow better indoors and is moderately difficult for cultivators but the high yield certainly rewards all the hard work.

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Overall, this award-winning strain offers the perfect rainy-day buzz for reading a book (yes, you can read on this stuff), or chillaxing in the bathtub for hours. If you plan on writing important notes to yourself, just make sure you really did write them and try to remember where.

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Written by Karen Lloyd | Freelance Writer, Digital Marketing Expert

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Karen Lloyd is a freelance writer, digital marketing expert and hippy at heart in the city with a small studio, spacious deck and enormous passion for all things cannabis, urban gardening and food equity in Toronto.

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