Kandy Kush yields 14oz/m2 indoors and 18oz/plant outdoors.

Kandy Kush Strain

Kandy Kush Strain

Remember the insanely popular game candy crush that took the gaming world by storm? In some ways, Kandy Kush is like that when it takes over you and brings you to a new high. Hey, maybe the game developers name their game after Kandy Kush, also known as Candy Kush?

  1. Effects
    • Kandy Kush terpenes
      • Aroma & Flavor
  2. Adverse reactions
  3. Medical
  4. Growing
  5. Flowering Time
    • Indoors
    • Outdoors
  6. Origin
  7. FAQ About Kandy Kush Strain
    • What is the Kandy Kush strain yield?
    • How much THC does Kandy Kush have?
    • What are the origins of the Kandy Kush strain?
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Indoor Yield Outdoor Yield Flowering Period
50% / 75% 14oz / m² 18oz / plant 65 to 75 days indoors, mid-October outdoors.

This strain is an evenly balanced Indica/Sativa strain that traces its lineage to OG Kush and Trainwreck.

It has a sweet citrus with a slight skunky taste that makes it a great choice at the end of the day or evening. Think of it as the cannabis strain of choice to unwind and relax.

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Kandy Kush (Candy Kush) is a cross between two California classic favorites, the OG Kush and Trainwreck.

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Kandy Kush Effects

Besides the generally happy mood, some smokers may also experience a sense of euphoria, so expect to have that blissful smile on your face, and possibly, a little giggling. For novice users, the sudden head rush can fool people into wanting to take a few more puffs. But once the sedative-like quality begins to take its effect on the body, you may find yourself unmoving and in a mindless bliss.

For those who lack the appetite, Kandy Kush may help with that. In fact, those who do have a need to shed off a few or more pounds should be wary of eating too much, if that is one of the manifestations of its effects.

Kandy Kush terpenes

This well-known cannabis strain gets its aromatics from D-Limonene, caryophyllene, myrcene and ocimene.

Aroma & Flavor

So, Kandy Kush is also called Candy Kush, and that is because it does have a sweet fruity smell that will remind you of candies. Its aroma is one of the reasons for its popularity as it seems that the smell is agreeable to most medical cannabis users.

Not only does Kandy Kush smell good, it also has a flavor that is pleasant with the right blend of sweet berry candy aftertaste with a strong hint of citrus. If you do play Candy Crush and find enjoyment in doing so, Kandy Kush is on a different level as you could not only smell it, you could taste it, too.

Terpene Characteristics
D-Limonene citrus, lemon, orange, tangerine
Caryophyllene spicy, cinnamon, clover
Myrcene earthy, musky, fruity, clover, hop, pungent
Ocimene herbal, sweet, citrus, herbaceous, wood
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Adverse reactions

One thing Kandy Kush does is that it could make you feel dry and that is why you need to drink lots of fluid to stay hydrated, and keep your mouth moist. On rare occasions, and especially when smoking too much, it may also cause dry eyes, cause mild headache or induce slight paranoia.

The Adverse Reaction Of Kandy Kush


Kandy Kush is used often to help deal with stress. Smoking just the right amount, you are still able to function as normal. But a little too much and it could leave you sitting on the couch visiting dreamland, which is not totally a bad way to escape the realities of life, in rare instances.

Some people use it to help deal with depression, and even mild forms of PTSD. Normally, this should be fine if depression and PTSD are mild, but also remember that these could be serious health concerns, so never neglect to seek professional help.

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Kandy Kush is one of the most resinous cannabis plant that has colorful buds comprising of green, purple, and blue hues. A heavy Trichome production begins at the fifth week and continues until it is time to harvest.

Kandy Kush Growing

Flowering Time


Kandy Kush can be grown indoors using the Screen of Green (ScrOG) method and has a flowering time between 65 to 75 days. It also has a good size yield of some 14oz/m2. Also, you could also apply the methods of low-stress training (LST) to help improve its yield.

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Because it is mold-resistant, growing outdoors and in a cool climate is perfect of Kandy Kush. It has a yield of around 18oz/plant.

One of the most potent medical strains, Kandy Kush will make your stress and anxiety go away after a few puffs, and leave you with a sense of calmness and bliss. If that’s the kind of effect that you’re looking for, make sure to check out our Kandy Kush seeds below:


FAQ About Kandy Kush Strain

What is the Kandy Kush strain yield?

Kandy Kush yields 14oz/m2 indoors and 18oz/plant outdoors.

How much THC does Kandy Kush have?

From 15% up to 21%

What are the origins of the Kandy Kush strain?

Kandy Kush was the result of a cross between OG Kush and Trainwreck.

Have you ever smoked or grown your own Kandy Kush? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.

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