The Taste of Kryptonite
Superman might not be too happy with a pocket full of Kryptonite, but chances are you will. If you’re out for the quintessential Kush experience with the very best Indica genetics have to offer, you won’t go wrong with Kryptonite.
It was engineered by crossing OG Kush with another Kush strain that remains a closely-guarded secret to this day. Unsurprisingly, the aroma is massively dank, heavy and skunky, which when smoked is enhanced by the taste of quality black hash and a note of pine-forest freshness. The high is also largely as you’d expect it to be – hard-hitting, fast-acting and with the kind of power that could instantly couch-lock amateurs. Total body and mind relaxation in an instant, which in medical circles works wonders for poor appetite, insomnia and muscle pains.
Growing Kryptonite At Home
Home growers with limited available space will find Kryptonite a joy to work with. Expect short(ish) plants with deep green leaves and delightfully dense buds. It isn’t the heaviest-yielding strain you’ll come across, but with THC content reaching as high as 25%, you really don’t need it to be – it’s pure dynamite.
If looking to grow outdoors, you’ll do well with Kryptonite during the warmer months of the year in cooler norther climates. It’s not the most demanding of strains to grow and does great in soil and hydro setups alike. Generally speaking, expect around 300g for every square metre if you get it right, after a flowering period of approximately eight weeks.
Kryptonite is a deceptive strain to say the least, as while it might be the perfect strain for newcomers to grow, it’s just the kind of strain to blow the heads off inexperienced smokers. You might get away with murder while growing it, but approach the final product with caution…and plenty of it!