nepalese kush strain

Nepalese Kush

Taste & Smell


  • Calm
  • Focused
  • Sleepy

Pairs Well With

  • Sleeping
  • Watching TV/Movies

About this Indica Strain

Nepalese Kush allegedly creates a high that can be heavy-hitting, and many reviewers have said they’ve felt deep relaxation coupled with sleepiness after trying it.

Despite its tendency to couch-lock, Nepalese Kush has been used by some to attempt to ease both chronic and acute pain, as well as to help rid them of insomnia. The cerebral high has been noted as being clear while focusing comes naturally.

These buds are incredibly colorful and filled with deep greens, dusty teals, and burnt orange pistils. Both its scent and flavor have been described as being similar to fresh dirt, with the earthy and pine-like kush coming out and easily recognizable.

Nepalese Kush’s dominant terpenes have been found to be limonene, caryophyllene, and myrcene.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data

Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 21.08%
Terpene Lab Data

Terpene Amount
Beta Myrcene: 0.374%
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.313%
Limonene: 0.216%



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Nepalese Kush allegedly creates a high that can be heavy-hitting, and many reviewers have said they’ve felt deep relaxation coupled with sleepiness after trying it. Despite its tendency to couch-lock, Nepalese Kush has been used by some to attempt to ease both chronic and acute pain, as well…

Strain of the Week: Nepalese Kush

December 18, 2020

The south Asian country of Nepal is well-known for many things. Geographically, it lies very close to the Himalayan mountains—which contains eight of the 10 highest mountain peaks in the world. It’s a popular destination both for mountain climbers, as well as skydiving, the famous “day of dogs” and open air cremation, among many other interesting customs. In the 1960s, western travelers made their way to Nepal to enjoy the country’s then-stable cannabis economy (which then drove up demand of hashish). Leaders of Nepal eventually shut down cannabis businesses in 1973, but cannabis still thrived nonetheless. That being said, strains like Nepalese Kush are wild and heavy-hitting, but absolutely worth trying out.

This rare strain, also referred to simply as Nepal or Nepali, has been around the block—it’s exact parentage is unknown. But with all good landrace strains, a bit of mystery adds to the experience. However, it can be assumed that the “Kush” portion of this strain’s name stems from a cross with a Kush strain of some sort.

The strain’s exterior is littered with orange hairs and frosty green leaves. What’s most interesting is the dark shadows that appear because of the bud’s crazy wild growth—which likely emulates the same wild beauty of Nepal’s landscape. The strain’s flavor profile is quite unique compared to more common strains too. It has sort of a cheesy, savory flavor, with the smell of fresh herbs.

CULTURE reviewers noted that the smoke starts sweet at the back of the tongue and then shifts to a nice, rounded grassy-bitter taste in the mouth. It might make consumers thoughtful and productive, but also eventually sleepy. It also creates a light-headed effect, with buzzing or vibration felt throughout the body. This strain brings a clear, mental heady effect.

Nepalese Kush is a hard-hitting strain, though, so make sure you have a glass of water ready for after-smoke dry mouth.

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New Jersey Governor Seeks to Elevate Punishments for Youth Cannabis Consumption

December 31, 2020

New Jersey received much praise when voters legalized recreational cannabis, but for other cannabis bills, progress has been stalled temporarily. Governor Phil Murphy says he won’t sign off on the two cannabis bills that he must review until a provision is added about penalties for minors using cannabis.

Through S21 and S2535 , Murphy seeks to give minors a $250 fine for being caught with less than an ounce of cannabis, and a $500 fine for possession of more than an ounce, but less than six. In other words, enough of a penalty to greatly discourage youth from using cannabis, but not anything that would ruin their lives forever.

This so called “clean-up” bill would make sure that, while cannabis would be decriminalized and no one would be going to jail, tickets could still be issued. “Through the cleanup bill, we’re bringing standardization and coherence to the process,” claims Murphy’s administration .

If lawmakers approve these changes, the legislation could be signed very quickly, and the delay could be over. However, if the New Jersey House and Senate disagree, or if one or the other doesn’t want the provision at all, there could be more delays.

The decriminalization bill was worded specifically to end arrests and penalties entirely, including juveniles, in order to advance racial and social equity. If minors are getting fines and tickets for cannabis use, that goes against the idea that cannabis should be penalty-free.

This delay is concerning to many, as the goal is to have a cannabis industry with law and regulation in place by January 1, when recreational cannabis officially becomes legal in New Jersey . If nothing is in place, people could still be arrested for cannabis use, and there will be no legal industry to begin making profit.

Texas Officials Already Filing 2021 Cannabis Bills

December 31, 2020

While the official legislative session in Texas doesn’t begin until January 12, 2021, multiple cannabis-related bills have already been filed in the state legislature.

Some of the bills focus on cannabis legalization overall, while others are targeting medical cannabis. Many of these newly proposed bills focus on how the criminal aspects of cannabis need to be updated to keep up with the rest of the country

In the Senate, Senate Bill 269 seeks to regulate recreational cannabis growing, distribution, sales and testing into a fully legal industry. If that fails, Senate Bill 250 looks to accomplish similar goals, just with medical cannabis. It would create a full industry, but only for patients.

The Texas House is also pushing for legal cannabis. House Bill 809 would also legalize medical cannabis and establish a statewide program for patients. House Bill 447 mirrors SB-269 with an agenda of full legalization. According to Texas Tribune , Representative Joe Moody (one of the sponsors of HB-447) is one of many congress people who are viewing cannabis as a solution to the state deficit. “As we see a number of states engaging around the country in a retail market, this is no longer an experiment,” Moody said. “It is also no secret that we are heading into some rough economic waters and we need to explore every possible revenue stream.

Senate Bill 140 would authorize taxes and fees on cannabis and focus on a fund to pay for licensing security, essentially the backbone of a cannabis industry. Senate Bill 90 is on the conservative side, only allowing medical cannabis for those with specific, debilitating medical conditions and authorizing dispensaries for those patients. House Bill 94 the House equivalent, offering up a medical industry for specific patients, and House Bill 43 has similar restrictions.

Other bills include regulations for drug testing for those seeking temporary assistance, constitutional amendments to legalizing recreational or medical cannabis in the state. There are also specific bills being proposed that deal with the existing criminal penalties

Writing and proposing these bills to the state legislature is one thing, but only time will tell which bill will be thorough enough to become law in 2021 and beyond.

Nepalese Kush is a wild and heavy-hitting strain that is absolutely worth trying out.