Medical marijuana has long been known to be a safe and effective treatment for the symptoms of cancer, AIDS, multiple sclerosis, pain, glaucoma, epilepsy, and other conditions. However, there are many medical marijuana strains to chose from and the choice can be daunting. Pink Kush is one of the most beloved strains because of its many benefits and long lasting effectiveness.

Pink Kush is a hybrid strain that is known and named after its pink color and its smooth and sweet taste. Its texture is dense and resinous while it looks like it is coated in sugar crystal and reportedly smells like flowers and fresh vanilla. Not surprisingly, Pink Kush also has a very sweet taste that is compared by many to southern sweet tea. It is grown in a dry climate in an average of 60 days. The plant grows to an average height but has a high yield for its kind.

While its looks may make it come across like a dainty strain, Pink Kush is extremely potent, with a high THC level. Most users experience an active stone for the first 15 minutes, which makes them euphoric and happy, and then transition to a more relaxed, sleepy and or hungry state. The only downsides that some users experience from Pink Kush are a dry mouth and dry eyes.

Besides the taste, smell and high, Pink Kush is most beloved for its ability to mend serious medical complaints in patients. In terms of healing, Pink Kush is most effective in treating pain, muscle spasms, insomnia, anxiety, lack of appetite, nausea, depression, low sex drive, and epilepsy. Most users feel effects immediately, especially if they are suffering from mental problems like anxiety, depression and stress. The benefits are also useful for patients who suffer from epilepsy, as Pink Kush can immediately reduce the severity of seizures.

While the effects of Pink Kush are different for everyone, most reviewers agree that it is one of the smoothest and most effective strains on the market. It can treat almost any ailment, tastes good and can even easily be grown. What more could a customer ask for?

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