Quantum Kush is a sativa dominant hybrid (75% sativa/25% indica) strain created as a cross between the hugely powerful Sweet Irish Kush X Timewreck strains. This fast-acting bud is powered by a high THC level that averages above the 27% mark, making it ideal for experienced users who need a high level of relief. The high hits hard and fast with a soaring clear-headed euphoria that has no ceiling. As your insanely uplifted energy grows, your focus will fade, leaving you introspective and spacey as your mind soars. Although many users like to use Quantum Kush as a wake and bake, it would be best to use it on days that don’t require very much attention to detail or energy expenditure, such as a day inside relaxing. Because of these powerful effects and its high THC level, Quantum Kush is said to be perfect for treating appetite loss, nausea, mild to moderate cases of depression, fatigue, and chronic pain. This has a classically appealing aroma of sweet skunky earth with a pungent effect when the nugs are split apart and a harshly pungent taste of tropical skunk with just a dash of savory earthiness upon exhale. Quantum Kush nugs have medium-sized dense and compact olive green grape-shaped nugs with rich purple undertones, fiery orange hairs, and a thick frosty coating of sandy fine white crystal trichomes.
Marijuana, weed, pot, dope, grass. They’re different names for the same drug that comes from the cannabis plant. You can smoke it, vape it, drink it, or eat it. Most folks use marijuana for pleasure and recreation. But a growing number of doctors prescribe it for specific medical conditions and symptoms.
Marijuana can cloud your senses and judgment. The effects can differ depending on things like how potent your pot was, how you took it, and much marijuana you’ve used in the past. It might:
- Heighten your senses (colors might seem brighter and sounds might seem louder)
- Distort your sense of time
- Hurt your motor skills and make driving more dangerous
- Lower your inhibitions so you may have risky sex or take other chances
Not everyone’s experience with marijuana is pleasant. It often can leave you anxious, afraid, or panicked. Using pot may raise your chances for clinical depression or worsen the symptoms of any mental disorders you already have. Scientists aren’t yet sure exactly why. In high doses, it can make you paranoid or lose touch with reality so you hear or see things that aren’t there.