Kuchi Strain Genetics
Kuchi is a cross between a male San Fernando Kush and an Exodus Cheese female. This is the first strain Devil’s Harvest Seeds officially developed when they first started. Kuchi is a fan favourite in Dutch coffeeshops among both locals and tourists.
Kuchi Strain Terpene Profile
The flavour profile of Kuchi is that somewhat of a “classic” skunk that will seem a blast from the past. The original Cheese female ensures a fruity, tangy bouquet while the Kush father delivers a fragrant indica punch.
Kuchi Strain Effects
The effects of this potent, indica-dominant hybrid are as blissful as they are strong. The indica body-stoned feeling is mellow and sleepy. Kuchi is also known for inducing the munchies, so keep snacks on hand.
Kuchi Strain Medical Benefits
Ongoing research has suggested that high THC and low CBD strains may have potential benefits including stimulating appetite and relieving symptoms of Glaucoma. Although thought to be more effective when working together with CBD, THC is also understood to have some pain-relieving properties on its own. Considering this, this high THC strain may also provide some relief from general aches and pains.
How to Grow Kuchi Strain
Due to the Afghani lineage, this strain’s overall dimensions are short and compact, ideal for a smaller indoor cultivation environment. But Kuchi is still quite a ‘hands-on plant’ because its large and broad leaves will need a good deal of pruning. The Cheese genetics are responsible for its small but dense buds that can be harvested around 8 weeks. Although, those who wish to enjoy the full potent effects of this strain and a larger yield, it is best to give it an extra two weeks to mature. Even though Kuchi isn’t extremely hard to grow, it isn’t an easy strain either, preferring a SOG method to flourish.