large, clumped green buds that bind together due to its stickiness are the qualities gave this Hindu Kush the well known name it has. Some compositions contain purple tinge in the leaves which is the result of high concentrations of pigments called Anthocyanins which are activated in a cold temperature during the growing process. The Hindu Kush is famous for its resin and having a heavy coat of silver-white trichomes. The smell of this strain is unusual with a sweet and piney, redolent spice, sandalwood, musky, and wet earth aroma altogether. The musky odour strengthens when flowers are lit up and smoked. The smoke could be harsh and cough-inducing, smoke tastes vaguely like a crude flavour when exhaled.
Effects: Hindu Kush boasts a steady-mounting high that begins as a sense of muscle relaxation and then progresses toward a state of euphoric mental drowsiness. Users will feel a heavy sensation in the head and limbs and may turn into a couch potato. This immobilization can free up the stress for lazy contemplation and increase creative thinking. Some psychedelic effects like blurry visual distortions and strange tactile sensations may also be present. Because of its intense heavy body stone, Hindu Kush is not recommended for daytime use. Instead, it works well as a numbing medical supplement for chronic pain,anti-nausea treatment, and as a way to relieve stress and anxiety.