Pink weed bud
Pink Kush Strain
Indica Dominant Hybrid – 90% Indica / 10% Sativa
THC: 20%, CBD: 1%, CBN: 1%
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One of my favorite.
Loving it! A fruity-vanilla taste. I wanna say it tastes like the aftertaste of pink bubble gum. I can’t even see the pink hairs, because it’s covered in so much white. Very nice body high, and a decent head high. My bud tested at 24.90% in Denver. A great strain!
It was good but not really that strong
Pink Kush is my new late evening medicine. I’m not a fan of the pungent taste or smell of many Kush strains. Fruity is more my thing. So I was surprised when I enjoyed the slightly sweet fruity taste of Pink Kush. It left a mild flowery scent in the air. The smoke is heavy with a bit of a burn in my mouth. Some coughing, but that just kicked things up a notch. A body stone came on quick and most of my aches pretty much disappeared. I was in an instant stress free zone and totally relaxed. Didn’t make me tired right away but there wasn’t much energy for moving around. So it was feet up in a chair for me. I did get the munchies and I’d be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy them. When I went to bed, I was asleep before my head hit the pillow. I then enjoyed a rare full night of sleep. This strain is very medicinal for me.
The heritage of this heavy indica is a little uncertain, but it's known to be a relative and possibly an offspring of the legendary OG Kush, one of history's most popular strains. Pink Kush carries on the legacy, delivering a potent body high that's very effective as medical treatment. The effect…
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When people are talking about “colorful” buds, most people imagine brightly colored buds in their hands. But there are actually different parts of cannabis plants that can display non-green colors, and sometimes people will lump all them all together. Each one is a little different from each other, and some have a significant effect on the final looks of your bud, while others don’t make much difference.
Nearly all Smooth Smoke buds (by Tropical Seeds) produce at least a few pink calyxes here and there, and some plants in the right conditions can produce buds where almost every calyx is a deep purple.
After being ground up, you can see the purple pieces distributed throughout. The higher the percentage of purple calyxes, the more vibrant your final bud color will be.
The leaves exposed to direct light are most likely to turn purple, while leaves in the shade often stay green
Purple Trainwreck buds are usually purple-tinted, with purple leaves or pistils.
For some strains, the leaves may turn purple while the buds stay green.
Calyxes are what make the buds themselves. Cannabis “buds” are actually made of hundreds of calyxes stacked on top of each other, and some or all of them may become colors other than green.
There are two parts of the buds that can turn color. One part is the pistils/hairs that stick out. There are several strains where the pistils turn pink or purple.
How can you grow colorful buds that turn purple or pink? Learn which strains to get, as well as what you can do to maximize color during your grow.
When people are talking about “colorful” buds, most people imagine brightly colored buds in their hands. But there are actually different parts of