Captain Kush Marijuana Strain Information

Captain Kush

 Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 15% – 20%

Captain Kush is an evenly balanced hybrid (50% sativa/50% indica) strain created through a cross of the classic Snowcap X OG Kush strains. Although this bud is hard to come by, you’ll find yourself craving more after just one taste. Captain Kush has a sweet yet somehow mild flavor of fruity pine that has one of the smoothest exhales you will ever experience. The aroma is almost nonexistent, although some smells of sweet fruit and pine can be detected as the nugs are ground up. Captain Kush buds have piecey cone-shaped amber colored nugs with lots of orange hairs and a super frosty thick coating of tiny amber colored crystal trichomes. This dank bud’s high is very uplifting and motivating in nature, making it ideal for use during the day or as a wake-and-bake. It starts with a euphoric rush of energy that clears your mind of any racing thoughts and replaces them with a sense of clear-headed purpose. As your mind builds in happiness, you’ll experience a feeling of tranquility and ease that relaxes you from head to toe. These effects paired with its 15-20% average THC level make Captain Kush perfect for treating conditions such as chronic fatigue, depression, chronic stress or anxiety, and indigestion.

Users familiar with more pungent Kush strains notice right away that Captain Kush has almost no scent in comparison to its parents. What you can smell puts you down into the forest with subtle scents of sweet pine and a slight taste of earth that users note they can feel in the back of their throat (it’s most similar to Snowcap that way). The nugs have a uniquely warm amber color, shaped like hairy cones and frosted with a blanket of little orange trichomes.

Captain Kush

The flavor vanishes quickly when you use Captain Kush, which could be positive or negative depending on your expectations. Typically, novice users appreciate the soft and unassuming flavor and aroma. For those concerned about sensitive sinuses, throats, or picky palettes, Captain Kush can give you a comforting high without a blast of pungent aroma.

For the first 20 to 30 minutes of the Captain Kush high, users feel a “pulsing” feeling in their limbs. It doesn’t seem like much at first, but it creeps up on you with an uplifting rush, perfect for a morning high. Mental relaxation and focus follow, though we wouldn’t recommend trying to concentrate on anything interactive like a video game. For non-attentive tasks, such as casual socializing, Captain Kush enhances the experience. It provides a gentle mood-balancer and sense of calm without blowing up too fast or coming down too hard.

The ability to calm your troubled or nervous thoughts and instill euphoria instead helps Captain Kush give novice users a buffer against anxiety and depression. Its energizing elements can fight fatigue and the mood-balancing act it does on your head can help you fight through PTSD symptoms. It can even help you treat indigestion, reducing appetite (no worries about any sudden munchies) and energizing your body for a productive day.

Those who want to learn some of the energizing, as well as relaxing, effects of a good balanced strain can use Captain Kush without fear of an overwhelming flavor or obscuring aroma. For calm social tasks and a relaxing day, Captain Kush can steer you in the right direction.


Slender spearhead-shaped wasabi green sepals, tightly opened pinecone calyxes, with frequent bursts of saddle brown pisitls, and above average coverage with average-length, thick-stalked hooked trichomes with average heads


While the aroma wasn’t particularly pungent, it did develop a bit when ground up, releasing a crisp, clean, sweet pine-citrus aroma that definitely brought to mind Snowcap and other similar strains (NL #5-Haze, Jack Herer, etc.).


Softly sweet and piney, the flavor was fairly similar to the aroma on the first few hits, but declined from there and just because neutral and smokey. It never really tasted bad, but the flavor just disappeared rather quickly — we think that the dryness level may have had a lot to do with the way the flavor declined, as well as the way the smoke tickled the throat. The flush certainly wasn’t to blame for any harshness, because the final ash was mostly white with some black flecks, showing a very quality flush prior to harvest. This one ultimately just fell short of its potential.


A moderate pulsing throughout the body and limbs was the signal that effects had begun, coming on rather smoothly and creeping up in potency over the first 20-30 minutes. While we didn’t really feel much of a change in mental energy or mood, but rather a gentle relaxation which had us able to concentrate on non-interactive activities, but fading out a bit when deep concentration and attention was required. Several members of the staff commented that this med was almost invisible at times throughout the experience — it’s certainly not a “punch in the face” type of med, but rather a smooth Sativa that kept us between mood elevation and relaxation with no negative effects or abrupt comedown. Some staff were left wanting more peak potency, but the duration was very good, lingering out to over 3 hours for all of our staff.

Captain Kush


Genetics: Captain Kush cannabis strain is a cross between Snowcap and OG Kush cannabis strains.

OG Kush

OG Kush is a legendary strain with a name that has recognition even outside of the cannabis world. Despite its fame, though, its exact origins remain a mystery. Some claim that it’s a cross between staple Chemdawg and a hardy Hindu Kush landrace. It’s also possible that OG Kush emerged from undocumented bag seed as a distinct phenotype of some other existing strain. The meaning of its name is also disputed the “OG” has been alternately said to stand for: “original gangster,” connoting its status as an old-school building block strain; “ocean grown,” in reference to its origin along the California coast; and even “,” a now-defunct website that served as a resource for countless cannabis growers.  One thing that’s not up for debate is OG Kush’s potency its THC composition has been consistently measured at between 20% and 25%.


Growers and consumers alike love this aromatic strain for its easy to cultivate nature and the fantastically potent effects it has on the user. Like the yeti that roams the mountainsides, Snowcap is shrouded in mystery due to its sparsely documented genetic history. It’s commonly believed to be a hybrid of Humboldt Snow and an unknown Haze cut, though no one can be completely sure about this legend’s origins except for breeder Grand Daddy Purp.

With soaring THC levels between 21% and 24% and a whopping 4% CBD, this high is a cerebral rush paired beautifully with a full body unwind that can only be described as heavenly. This bud has a flavor palate that’s popular on the West Coast, mixing bright citrus flavors with minty, almost menthol like aromas. These nugs are large and olive toned with a full, fluffy coating of resinous white trichomes and a bright carpeting of orange hairs.

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