This strain is known for its strong aroma and flavor, which combines earthy and woody notes with hints of pine and diesel. It is also known for its powerful, sedative effects, which can leave users feeling relaxed and sleepy. Bennett Valley Kush is a popular choice among medical cannabis users for its ability to relieve pain, anxiety, and insomnia.
Name: Bennett Valley Kush
Type: Indica dominant.
Price: It was $59 an eighth at Peace in Medicine for the limited time it was available. Hills Farmacy sells it for $70 an eighth, and to be honest it’s actually worth that ridiculous price for this level of quality.
Appearance: Tightly manicured buds with copper colored pistils. This ranks as some of the frostiest cannabis I’ve ever seen. So covered in trichomes it’s actually more white than green.
Smell: Earthy and pungent with a hint of sweetness.
Flavor: Tahoe OG’s ultra sour pine profile appears on the inhale, while Afghani Kush adds a touch of spice, hash, and soil on the exhale. It’s amazing how the distinct flavors of its legendary parent genetics come through so clearly in a well rounded way, much like an aged fine wine.
Buzz Length: Extremely long for flowers. 4+ hours!
Medical Uses: Anxiety, Arthritis, Cramps, Crohn’s disease, Fibromyalgia, H.I.V/AIDS, I.B.S, Insomnia, Migraines.
Overall: Kushman describes the benefits of veganics best when he says, [it’s] “simply the purest, cleanest medicine possible.” After sampling his handiwork I would have to say I agree with him 100%. The defining characteristic of veganics for me is the supreme smoothness of every single hit. I can hold it in for as long as I want, and if I didn’t know better I wouldn’t believe I had inhaled smoke. Bennett Valley Kush has been entered into the 2012 High Times SF Medical Cannabis Cup, and I predict it wins as the best Indica.
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