Biker Kush is an Indica-dominant hybrid strain of cannabis first grown in Amsterdam. This strain is the product of meticulous crossing and backcrossing by Karma Genetics, an infamous Dutch cannabis grower. This strain’s genetics are a bit hard to keep track of, so we did our best to condense the information for you. In order to create Biker Kush, Karma Genetics started with two strains: Hell’s OG and SFV OG Kush. The result of this cross, Lucifer OG, was then backcrossed with one of its parent strains, Hell’s OG, in order to create the strain known as Biker Kush. If we lost you along the way, what this means is that this afternoon/evening strain is for fans of the OG Kush family because it inherited much of this strain’s genetics.
The physical aspects of this bud are incredible, and absolutely worth talking about with other cannabis connoisseurs. Biker Kush buds are typically large, spade-shaped, and forest green in color. However, some harvests have produced buds with hues ranging from green all the way to near-black violet. They are often wrapped up in a network of fuzzy orange pistils and a thick coat of amber-colored trichomes. If you’re growing Biker Kush, it’s recommended to put up some stakes during the flowering period as these oversized buds can bend and break the rubbery-stems of the plant due to their sheer density and weight. The aroma produced by this plant is quite pleasant, as many have described it as smelling exactly like lemon-scented Pine-Sol. The aroma is largely citrus-based, but hints of spicy herbs can be picked up on once this bud is broken down. The flavor is quite similar, with the exhale tasting like citrus mixed with a bit of pine and earthy wood.
Despite this strain’s Indica-dominance, the high is often described as beginning more like a Sativa with a bit of a headrush and tingling in the brain. The tingling builds into a tsunami of euphoric emotions which quickly spread down your spine through the rest of your body leaving you in a state of pure bliss and happiness.