An Indica Kush that is both great medicinally and is popular with the users is the Stephen Hawking Kush. It was bred by pollinating female Indica Harle-Tsu, with the male Indica of Sin City Kush. This blend is a calming high that is both pleasing to the nose and the tongue. It smells earthy and tastes fruity and sweet. It has hints of either cherry or berry, depending on the type of stain you get.
Below, we’ll detail everything you need to know when purchasing the Stephen Hawking Kush. There are some things to consider, like the effects it has on the body and the exact amount of cannabinoids and terpenes within the plant.
When you’re looking into buying any particular strain, you will probably think about how it will affect you first. There are certain things to know about the strain, including how it will make you feel, what it can be used medicinally for, and what are it’s potential side effects.
Let’s start with the feelings you can get from the Stephen Hawking Kush strain. What will you feel? Happy, Uplifted, Creative, Relaxed, aroused, or what? Well, that’s what we’ll show you. The top five feelings users get and the percentage of users saying they get the feeling.
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The other thing that you need to take into consideration when buying your strain is how it works medically. What uses and potential benefits does it have for you? Does it help with attention, pain, anxiety, depression, ADHD, or what? Well, let’s detail the top five medicinal uses and benefits for the Stephen Hawking Kush strain below.
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Finally, the potential side effects. What are they? You should know that every drug has a side effect, and some of the lists are rather large. What are the side effects of the Stephen Hawking Kush strain has? Let’s go over the top five side effects and the percentage of people having them.
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|Dry eyes||15 %|
|Dry mouth||13 %|
Lab results are the legal capacity that any particular strain can have. What is the maximum allowed percentage that all strains are allowed to contain? Well, for the Stephen Hawkings strain, they are rich in both cannabinoids as well as terpenes.
|Cannabinoids||Level %||Terpenes||Level %|
|THC||5 % – 12 %||Beta Caryophyllene||.36 %|
|CBD||13 %||Alpha Humulene||.18 %|
|CBN||Less than .1 %||Beta Myrcene||.18 %|
|THC – A||.87 %||Limonene||less than .1 %|
|8 – THC||.87 %||Linalool||Less than .1 %|
|CBD – A||14.32 %||Alpha Pinene||Less than .1 %|
|CBG – A||.14 %|