The Scoop: A galactic hero in the cannabis universe, Jedi Kush was first cultivated by the skilled botanists at Cali Connection. Creating an unlikely alliance between the Death Star (Sensi Star x Sour Diesel) strain and SFV OG Kush — Jedi Kush provides a delicately balanced hybrid that allows the creative “Force” to “Awaken” in us all.
The Result: Jedi Kush is now a proud part of the cosmic resistance. A starstruck cross between one of Ohio’s most noteworthy strains and some west coast genetics, Jedi Kush offers whiffs of petroleum and provides a wonderfully skunked-out smoke. A departure for many Star Wars strains, Jedi Kush helps today’s earthbound warriors follow the peaceful Jedi code.
The Verdict: Jedi Kush has an unbelievable flavor as well as taste that’s only outmatched by her super balanced effects — this Jedi gives you the best of both Indica and Sativa worlds. Not only does she please the sophisticated palate, she relaxes the overstimulated intellect. Typically, you may be able to find Jedi Kush showing THC levels in the mid to high 20 percent range, but the strain’s overall THC percentage is dependent on the individual cultivator’s skill set.
Type: 30% Sativa / 70% Indica
Also Known As: N/A
Genetics: Deathstar x SFV OG Kush
How Stoned Will You Get: 8.5
Average THC: 20-25%
Average Price Per ⅛: $40
Awards: 2nd Place “Highest CBD” flower
The Science: Lab work by CB Labs in November 2017 indicates this specific batch of Jedi Kush had only a mild THC content of 12.5 percent, which included 0.05 percent of activated THC and 12.44 percent of THCa. Also light on CBD cannabinoids, the profile of Jedi Kush indicates this sample had a total CBD content of 0.1 percent. As for Jedi Kush’s overall flavor and aroma profile, her flower’s essence is being guided and compelled by the following terpenes: alpha-Pinene — 1.39, beta-Pinene — 0.41, and beta-Myrcene — 0.35
Appearance: The Force is definitely with this Jedi Kush. You can tell when you’ve come across a nicer cut of Jedi Kush when you see its lighter, almost bright green color. It’s not quite lightsaber neon, but still a fun, vibrant shade. The calyxes are nice, tight little coils, bunched together in the bud’s outer canna-space. From afar, white trichomes over the light green buds with orange pistils make the clumps look almost white. Sorry Bud Lite, but that’s the only sure sign of a good time.
Consistency: Jedi Kush’s genetic mixture is obvious in the nugget density. There is nothing that screams rock-hard Indica logs and nothing to suggest a Sativa pillow fight is about to break out, either. Jedi Kush’s buds are hard enough that you know it’s not your drunk uncle’s backyard brick weed and spongy enough that you’ll be able to break apart the trich-coated buds by hand with no problem.
Scent: The Jedi Kush aroma is like the overspiced air you sense the moment you walk into a Williams Sonoma — like someone spilled potpourri all over a bag of cinnamon and burned it in an incense roll. Jedi Kush is a spicy little nugget that will fill the room with the smells of a holiday kitchen.
Taste: Jedi Kush has an intriguing flavor profile. As soon as you inhale your first rip, you can taste vague hints of citrus, roadkill skunk, and petroleum. On the exhale, her sour hints of piney flavor mix with an accent of cedar wood that’s easily discernible. Lingering on the pallet indefinitely, her sour lemon flavor sticks around long after the joint has been extinguished.
Effect: Jedi Kush takes your mind on a nonstop trip through the known universe, as your body safely chills on your La-Z-Boy. Her high soaring cerebral buzz is only outmatched by her heavy body, pain relieving, antispasmodic qualities.
Strain Background: Known to possess both high CBD and THC phenotypes, Jedi Kush is a cross of the clone-only Death Star female with an inbred SFV OG Kush male, according to the original cultivators.
Medical Uses: A Jedi Knight of the highest order, one whose compounds have helped defeat the evil empire of pain and addiction, Jedi Kush has also been known to vanquish hard to treat headaches, pain, depression, and muscle spasticity.