To find the origins of this strain it is necessary to go all the way back to the 70s, when many would go on long trips through Pakistan and Afghanistan, along the “Hippie Trail”, in search of the perfect Kush strains. Known for producing powerful and oily hash, Kush strains were very popular back then, just as they still are nowadays.
Allkush is a reinvention of the already popular Kush strains, a modern twist to the old classics. It is a fantastically versatile strain, good for smoking and good for making hash. Obtained after many generations of crossing Kush strains with Dutch genetics, Allkush has become a popular choice amongst beginners and pros alike.
The exact heritage of the plant is a bit of a mystery, nevertheless, this has not stopped it from becoming one of the most popular Paradise Seeds’ strains. Thanks to some sativa influence, Allkush has an unmistakable strong and dynamic high that lasts for a long time. In fact, its powerful and long-lasting effects, combined with its fantastic hash making qualities, are the responsibles for its awards at the High Life and Argentina Cannabis Cups.
Long before being a recreational strain, Allkush was recognized as an excellent medicinal option. Due to its uplifting and sedative effects, Allkush is described as an excellent solution for those suffering from anxiety, depression, stress and other mood disorders as well as a good way out of sleep disorders and mild to moderate chronic pain. Indeed, the way the indica and sativa elements are balanced ensure that the smoker enters a pleasant relaxing indica high without fearing, to certain extent, getting into a couch-lock state.
Compared to other Kush strains, Allkush is relatively short and compact. It grows to a maximum of 2 meters in height and, once put into flowering, will hardly stretch farther. Both indoor and outdoor growers will enjoy taking care of this plant, which does not require too much attention. For the intermediate grower, this strain will not pose too many struggles. Those looking for a Sea Of Green plant will find in Allkush a good match thanks to its well rounded big colas.
Flowers should start blooming after 56 to 60 days. An earthy and musky smell will fill the room as the sticky and spiced buds ripen, ready for picking. Those growing outdoors should plan for a mid-October flowering. The plant will definitely benefit the most from southern regions such as Spain or Italy.
Allkush has a silky smoke that will definitely have you coming for more. Newbies should watch out, however, so that the plant does not go over their heads. If abused, this strain can induce some minor couch-lock sensations or paranoia.