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Pink tuna seeds

Pink Kush

It is finally here, our long anticipated “Pink Kush”. 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 – as well as a sister strain to Purple Kush. Pink Kush carries on this wonderful legacy, delivering a potent body high that is very effective as medical treatment. Effects are calming and intensely euphoric, that most definately could cause temporary happiness and a powerful case of the munchies. It used as a versatile tool by some for treating anxiety, depression, inflammation, lack of appetite, migraines and other headaches, mood disorders, chronic pain, and insomnia.

Relaxation runs in Pink Kush’s indica genes, promoting rest and stress relief without total sedation, however the subtle sativa is noticeable. Growers have to wait 10 to 11 weeks for Pink Kush’s flowering, but high yields of top-shelf buds are worth the wait. A visually stunning plant, with p ink and purple hues throughout the buds and leaves – A growers dream.

Facts about the Pink Kush Strain:
Pink Kush plants produces beautiful top-shelf quality Kush buds
It is very popular for THERAPEUTIC USE – pain, insomnia, and appetite loss.
An extremely potent strain, that has an abundance of THC (Tested to top out around 20-22%)

Order your Pink Kush seeds now!

10 Seeds = $80
Type: Indica / Sativa Blend
Climate: Outdoor
Yield: 390 – 420 grams / squared meter
Height: 65 to 85 cm
Flowering period: 10 to 11 weeks

Pink Tuna (Hybrid)

A strong combination of Pink Kush and Tuna Kush, a British Columbian strain Growen by White Label Organics to give patients a potent punch of THC that is ideal for chronic pain relief. This Herijuana and Lamb’s Bread cross has gained quite a bit of fame in Canada for both its strong narcotic effect and its whimsical marketing—prepackaged meds were sold in sealed tuna cans. Flowers will be compact, trichome-covered and have a strong smell. Black Tuna doesn’t smell quite like fish, however; the strain’s name comes from the Black Tuna Gang that was famous for smuggling Colombian marijuana into the United States in the 1970s. Given its potency and high THC, this strain may be too much for novice or moderate consumers.

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