It’s from DNA geneticsBeautiful foxtails, not a trimming nightmare. Who was the breeder?
Never knew this was a kosher kush mix ,Ive been growing the KK from resevra Privada,when done I thought this strain was crap(trimming nightmare,not real dense buds etc ect) Needless to say after curing it does feel like a 30% thc strain,just an ass kicker,lung buster,dense smoke gem. Once dried the buds hardened up and now I can see why this strain is in alot of dispensaries and won awards.Different kind of buzz than most of the indicas that i grow,very enlighteningIt’s from DNA genetics
Kosher Kush x OG #18
Holy Grail Kush, as the name suggests, is DNA Genetics Indica-dominant masterpiece that took top prize in the High Times Cannabis Cup of 2011 in the Hybrid category. It is said that Holy Grail Kush, also referred to as Holy Grail OG, is the first strain to receive a perfect score in the category. The strain inherits a thick piney and citrus aroma and taste from its father, "The OG #18". Its maternal strain is Kosher Kush, a strain that produces a myriad of effects in both mind and body that can be calming and uplifting.
This strain can be very effective medication because it has over 20% THC and as much as 4% CBD. Its effects begin with calming of stress and anxiety. Holy Grail Kush may also be used to calm nausea, soothe aches, stimulate appetite, and stabilize moods.
Simple enough even for the first-time grower, this strain requires little space but should be supported during the flowering period. Lasting around nine weeks, Holy Grail Kush likes a lot of fertilizer and can be grown indoors or outside. It does well using both the Screen of Green and Sea of Green techniques. Grown properly, this strain may produce between 500 and 650 grams per square meter.
thanks for the reply ;)There were about 150g dry buds from this plant. It lived in 6l pot, the medium was recycled coco+organic soil (3:1). All this bud looked like popcorn and it has been processed entirely by my man who makes BHO.
I don't remember exactly how long it flowered, somewhere in the 9 weeks region.