I’ve never been a fan of an after-dinner mint. As an emergency measure after coffee or a lousy takeout, maybe, but since most of my food doesn’t smell like buttocks, I’m OK without those 300-year-old sweets. Please give me something that can whiten my teeth, at least. This is 2020. However, over the years, I’ve learned not to let my disdain for certain foods affect the way I judge strains.
Bananas are not my favorite fruit, but Banana Kush and Banana OG are delicious. So are all those strains of garlic. Plus, smoking a bowl of Kush Mints won’t leave your mouth feeling fresh and clean, either – the potent blend of Animal Mints and Bubba Kush carries stiff notes of pine, wood, graham cracker, and Skunk with a wintergreen explosion at the end. This chemical reaction will get any idiot fool enough to put this in a simple plastic bag or jar.
Kush Mints must be well sealed, or your case will blow away. They sold me the Kush Mints, which brought me a balanced high, but I found it much more relaxing than described. The strain’s tendency to melt away stress adds to the already calming bodily effects, which is why any session with Kush Mints after 7 p.m. is likely to put you off in a few hours. I shouldn’t have been surprised – Bubba Kush has always dropped me like a kick in the groin, and the Cookies varieties do the same. My story with parents combined with that power is a recipe for an early night.
Kush Mints what kind of high should I expect?
Although the lineage may be indica-leaning, this potency of a strain comes from a long line of sativa-leaning flowers. They are initially bred by the famous Seed Junky Genetics company. Kush Mints can count hybrids and sativas known as Girl Scout Cookies, Sour Diesel, and Durban Poison as part of their genetics. With those strains in mind, you can expect a full-body high balanced with powerful brain stimulation, as batches tend to hit 20 in terms of THC percentage.