Guerrilla Kush is an indica/sativa variety from HighRise Seeds and can be cultivated indoors and outdoors . HighRise Seeds’ Guerrilla Kush is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.
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Basic / Breeders Info
SFV OG x BluSat 2.2 has been outdoor breed to the GG3.
Alone the "Kush" finished at the end of sept. so when combined to the GG3 I would expect this strain to finish between sept 15-30th. These will be covered with resin and very hardy. Indoor grow information will be released shortly, and the description updated.
HighRise Seeds’ Guerrilla Kush Description
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Guerrilla Kush IBL is a mostly indica variety from East Coast Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±50 days ) and outdoors . East Coast Seeds’ Guerrilla Kush IBL is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.
I wouldn’t say Funky Monkey Guerilla Kush was absolutely ‘killer’ but it did redeem itself. The effects brought a quick realization that there was some potency. The high took off into a peak and held steady for a few hours of a carefree feeling of relaxation. There wasn’t much nuance to the high – sort of one dimensional – but a bright clarity and upbeat form of forgetfulness carried one throughout the experience. I like to get a good bite to eat before smoking, that way I don’t have to move immediately after lighting up. Definitely expect a stimulated appetite and enhanced appreciation of whatever you choose to eat.
There have definitely been a few that I would go back and stock up on, but for the most part it’s puff and pass onto the next variety.
Aroma: Dry cedar wood with a peppery spice. The hit before ignition tastes unmistakably of clean, exotic spices. Smoke is smooth and mild, hanging in still air with lingering aromas of wood, incense and earth. Too dry for any sticky oiliness to the touch, but it does coat the mouth with a buttery richness like there is still some essence of Kush. I would guess that caryophyllene and myrcene were the most prevalent terpenes.
Appearance: Eight small, ragged, dry buds were in the package that stated “handpicked for looks, flavor and potency” and “nitrogen sealed for freshness.” I really must conclude that the flowers should have gone in the “Mini Budz” bag, the next level down in their line of flower. The crispy critters were a dull, light green with a nice dense coat of crystal trichomes, but nonetheless looked a bit damaged.
Funky Monkey sounded, well, kind of cool but is actually a brand within four levels of flower put out by Northwest Cannabis Solutions. Under the NWCS banner, you can find just about any type of cannabis product: edibles, concentrates, flower and pre-rolls plus topicals, tinctures and capsules.
I’m not complaining, just saying that with not much to choose from and at least, getting to pick out something from the latest harvest this is what it looked like. Still, you can make a couple of decent half-gram joints out of it.
You have to hand it to this company for utilizing a great percentage of the cannabis plant, although I’m a little sore they didn’t respond to my requests for more information.
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Effects: Kush is a word that has entered the popular culture that has come to define an array of extended family members: O.G. Master, Bubba, Kosher, Guerilla. What all of these siblings have in common is their ancestry going back in time to the interglacial refuges of the western stretch of the Himalayas. This mountainous region between the wilds of Afghanistan and the Indian plains is referred to as the Hindu Kush. While the exact origin and meaning of name are uncertain, some translators believe “kush” means “killer” because many died when trying to cross the treacherous mountain passes.