Taste & Smell
Pairs Well With
- Doing Nothing
- Watching TV/Movies
About this Hybrid Strain
A cross between Albert Walker and Rare Dankness #1, the Indica Dominant strain, dubbed Walker Kush, is appreciated by users who describe a relaxing and sedating high, that can be enjoyed by both novice and veteran consumers alike.
Those who have had a chance to try this strain have noted its effects to provide a pain-free lazy body stone and an uplifting, pleasant cerebral euphoria. As the high of Walker Kush starts to settle in, they describe their mind relaxing as the body drifts into a sedating body buzz. Others have used the Indica effects of Walter Kush to help alleviate symptoms of stress, depression, insomnia, and nausea.
Walker Kush emits a powerful, far-reaching scent that can quickly fill a room. Its aroma is pungent, citrusy, and has an earthy undertone reminiscent of walking through a wet pine forest. Its flavor is just as organic, as it introduces peppery and spicy overtones to its overall citrus profile.
Upon closer inspection of Walker Kush’s buds, you’ll notice the amber-colored trichomes and burnt orange hairs covering its neon green buds. This plant can be grown indoors or outdoors, and produces about 12 to 16 oz of flower in about 8 to 10 weeks.
THC levels average 10 to 20%, so check your batch’s percentages before fashioning a serving for yourself.
Frequently Asked Questions About Walker Kush
Walker Kush is best known by consumers who describe its relaxing and sedating high, that they say is best suited for evening or night time use.
Where does Walker Kush come from?
Walker Kush is bred by crossing Albert Walker and Rare Dankness #1.
What does Walker Kush smell like?
The scent of Walker Kush is citrusy and earthy, with an overtone of pine.
What does Walker Kush taste like?
When smoked or vaped, Walker Kush provides an earthy citrusy smoke, laced with pepper and spice.
What color does Walker Kush have?
The neon green buds of Walker Kush are coated in burnt orange pistils and amber trichomes.
What effects does Walker Kush have?
Consumers say Walker Kush will relax the entire body from head to toe and bring on sleepiness, so consuming towards the evenings or at night is suggested.
Is Walker Kush an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?
Walker Kush is an Indica Dominant hybrid.
A cross between Albert Walker and Rare Dankness #1, the Indica Dominant strain, dubbed Walker Kush, is appreciated by users who describe a relaxing and sedating high, that can be enjoyed by both novice and veteran consumers alike. Those who have had a chance to try this strain have noted its effects…
Walker kush strain
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my earlier review is basically on point, although i don’t agree the platinum bubba is better. scott walker kush is better than 80-90% of the buds at the medical dispensary. blue azure and harlox are the best there but havent been around. walker kush s smell isnt as noticeable as buddha’s sister or sweet tooth, and not quite as disabling. the high of walker kush doesnt last long ,which is both good and bad. it is almost as euphoric and happy as blue and harlox, but not quite. it is just as tiring as harlox and equally as unproductive, although that s still better than 50% of the buds out there. blue is probably the most productive physically. scott walker’s og is more tiring than walker kush but also more euphoric and smells slightly better. walker kush still smells better than most buds though
i like this better than some of the stronger strains out there. i gave this 4 stars before but it s better than 80-90% of the other buds at the medical dispensary. slightly tiring but not overwhelming. decent taste and smell. euphoric and pretty positive, although maybe not as much as harlox and blue azure, which are probably my two favorite buds there. blue azure is more productive, and harlox is just as tiring. scott walker kush is good for relaxing, but it isn’t as unproductive as more than half of the buds out there. harlox is more covert i think. but this is more covert smell of the bud and bloodshotness compared to something like buddha’s sister or sweet tooth. the high isnt as long, which is both a good and a bad thing. scott walker’s og and scott walker kush are similar, but scott walker’s og is more tiring, but more euphoric
scotts og is slightly better and platinum bubba kush is one of the best ive had from here. walker and scotts are slightly more sleepy high whereas the bubba is more of a trippy body high like ak. all three give euphoric feelings and taste great
Walker Kush is an indica dominant hybrid (70% indica/30% sativa) strain create through crossing the classic Albert Walker X Rare Dankness #1 strains. It's pretty ironic that this bud is named “Walker,” when all you'll want to do after toking is kick back and chill. The high starts with a calmin…