Kosher Kush

The information presented on this page is intended solely for descriptive purposes and should not be considered a review or medical advice. The actual effects of the cannabis strain may vary. It is important to use marijuana responsibly. We recommend that you consult a healthcare professional before adding cannabis to your health regimen.

Quick info

Distinctive terpenes
Myrcene, pinene, caryophyllene
Helps with
Chronic pain, insomnia, stress, nausea
Ease of growing
When to use






Very High
Sativa Indica

Effects & Usage



Kosher Kush, an Indica powerhouse with an 18-25% THC range, is a blessing not just in its Rabbi-blessed origins but also in its profound impact. Also known as Kosher OG, this Indica cultivar is a must-try for those who appreciate body highs and use cannabis frequently for medicinal purposes.


Kosher Kush heralds its presence with an enveloping body high, which users report as both immediate and profound. There are touches of cerebral euphoria that transition into a warm, full-body experience.

It’s the strain that can turn night-time restlessness into a restful retreat, perfect for those seeking solace from the day’s chaos.

As such, expect body-related effects like tingles, couchlock, munchies, and a heaviness that often comes with potent Indicas.


Kosher Kush stands out for its effectiveness in relieving chronic pain and gastrointestinal issues, such as IBS and IBD. Its relaxing effects are beneficial for managing stress, anxiety, and PTSD.

The strain can be helpful in treating arthritis, neuropathy, and migraines, and its sedative qualities promote deep, restful sleep, making it ideal for insomnia sufferers. Additionally, it also helps stimulate appetite, useful for those experiencing appetite loss due to medical treatments.

Side effects

As with many high-THC strains, Kosher Kush’s side effects can be as pronounced as its benefits, particularly for novice users or those with lower tolerance levels. The most commonly reported adverse effects include dry mouth and eyes. Some users may experience dizziness or mild headaches, which are generally short-lasting.

Taste & Smell


Kosher Kush presents a sticky, dense bud structure with a rich palette ranging from herbal to woody flavours, underscored by notes of lemon and pine. Its appearance and taste are indeed in line with what you would expect from an Indica – strong, musky scent with frosty, resinous flowers.



Kosher Kush’s revered status in the cannabis community stems from its enigmatic origins and the remarkable distinction of being the first commercial strain to be blessed by a Rabbi. Though the parental lineage remains partially veiled in secrecy, it’s clear that Kosher Kush descends from a line of royal Indicas – which includes OG Kush.

This strain’s prestigious reputation is backed by its accolades, having secured the High Times Indica Cup in 2010 and 2011. Currently, world-famous breeders DNA Genetics sell its seeds.

Growing conditions

Being an Indica-dominant variety, Kosher Kush is moderately easy to grow, responding well to careful cultivation. Its stickiness is notable, making handling a tactile pleasure and a sign of its rich resin production.