what strain is platinum kush ?
Platinum Kush offers consumers a pleasant balance of cerebral acuity and thorough relaxation. Cannabis testing lab Analytical 360 measures its THC content between 13% and 17%.
Platinum Kush sets itself apart with medium to large-sized nuggets clinging together in conical formations. These spade-like flowers have the densely-packed structure often associated with other indica-dominant varieties. With their leaves overlapping each other as they curl tightly inward toward their central stems.
The leaves themselves are a pale sea green, some phenotypes of the strain also have patches of pale and dark purple leaves. Such surprising colors come about when colder than average weather in the growing process stimulate anthocyanin pigments in the plants’ genetics.
Finally, a blanket of silvery white trichomes covers the inner, outer surfaces of these dense flowers, giving platinum sheen referenced in their name.
When properly cured, Platinum Kush can smell intensely sweet, verging on skunky, with a fermented edge. There is also an earthy, musky underpinning, keeping the aroma organic and grounded.
When these thick flowers are ground up or broken open, they give off a tangy odor, reminiscent of mature cheese.
When burnt in a pipe or a joint, these strong scents come together in a thick, harsh smoke. The smoke is liable to induce coughing or watery eyes.
Platinum Kush’s smoke tastes both sweet and acrid on the exhale.