Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 24% – 25%
Kosher Dawg, also known as “Hebrew International,” is a rare evenly balanced hybrid strain (50% indica/50% sativa) created through crossing the infamous Kosher Kush X Star Dawg strains. This bud may not taste as good as a hot dog, but it does pack a super delicious sour diesel flavor with a rich flowery earthy exhale. The aroma is very earthy and flowery with a spicy diesel pungency that’s amplified as the nugs are broken apart and burned. The Kosher Dawg high is perfect for any hybrid lover, with well-balanced effects that hit both mind and body with a super high potency. You’ll feel the cerebral effects first as they fill you with a sense of heady calm and blissful happiness, easing away any negative or racing thoughts with ease. A deeply relaxing body high comes next, washing over you with tingly warming waves and easing you into a state of pure calm and ease. Thanks to these effects and its high 24-25% average THC level, Kosher Dawg is said to be perfect for treating those suffering from conditions such as chronic pain, cramps or muscle spasms, depression, and arthritis. This bud has heart-shaped minty green nugs with light amber hairs and a coating of milky amber crystal trichomes.
Though the name might have your mouth watering for a kosher dog, these buds look nothing like hotdogs. They are often heart-shaped or grouped together like popped popcorn, and take on hues of green ranging from mint to olive. Some harvests have presented with deep purple undertones, though this is a bit uncommon. These buds produce an incredibly loud aroma, sure to alert any passersby or neighbors to your activities.
The aromas produced by these flowers is likely to fill the room with scents such as rich earth, fresh flowers, and spicy diesel. This aroma is only amplified as the buds are broken down. The flavors you’ll taste when consuming this bud aren’t as sweet as one would like, though some have taken quite a liking to the flavors produced by these buds. Many have recorded tasting a number of flavors including sour diesel, earthy flowers, and sharp citrus in this bud’s flavor profile.
The high from this strain will likely be quite enjoyable if you’re someone that is well-versed in the balanced-hybrid effects. You should expect a full-bodied experience from Kosher Dawg, as the strain has been known to produce a variable high that affects both the mind and the body. At the onset of the high, your head will fill with wave after wave of blissful happiness that is uplifting in nature, sure to boost even the worst of moods to new heights.
As the high progresses, tingling will spread throughout your body relaxing your muscles and lulling you into a state of calm relaxation. Some find that this calming state can turn sedative, which moves this strain into an afternoon or evening smoke instead of a daytime smoke. However, others have found that its high provides just enough physical relaxation to promote creative focus and creation throughout the day.
Looks: Not quite Dodger Dogs but longer than the average, Kosher Dawg likes to stretch as it blooms. The strain is mostly indica, with a forest-green color that appears brighter because of decent trichome coverage and orange pistils. Unlike with most indicas, though, the buds can grow round and segmented, like those of many OG-leaning strains.
Smell: Any toker who enjoys musty OG strains would like Kosher Dawg’s strong, zesty hints of pine and conifer, which match well with the gassy, citrus-laden back end.
Flavor: Those spicy pine flavors come off slightly floral in the smoke, but Kosher Dawg is still very earthy, with bittersweet hints of soil (almost like a pale ale) and a noticeable Diesel-like aftertaste, with small hints of orange and lemon.
Effects: It won’t put you out immediately, but the relaxation and body melt will mount within an hour or ninety minutes, and a foggy mind hits almost instantly. The single-minded stone is good for relieving stress and minor pain, and my stomach turned into a black hole. Don’t expect to hold many conversations, but keep it around for solo nighttime use and therapeutic sessions.
Home grower’s take: “Easier to find if you’re calling it Kosher Dawg than Hebrew National. I’ve got friends who get clones of it in California, and I’ve ordered seeds of it myself. Super mind-fuck strain: Tried smoking a couple wet nugs after harvest while trimming, and I almost had to call it a night. Decent yielder for a nine-week bloom, and she likes to stretch, but any mildly experienced grower can handle it. If you like the OG stuff, give it a sniff.”
cannabis strain is best for nighttime usage.
Type of High
Kosher Dawg cannabis strain’s high is extremely calming but uplifting, bringing a radiant sense of self-love that merges with drowsy overtones.
Breeder: Royal Queen Seeds
Lineage: Kosher Dawg cannabis strain is a cross between StarDawg (Guava) x Kosher Kush cannabis strains.
Kosher Dawg Strain Medical Benefits
Another potential effect also lends itself to Kosher Dawg’s medical benefits. This strain can lead to a feeling of intense hunger, which can be very useful for those who are living with a lack of appetite, whether following an operation or for any other reason.
Another widely reported positive outcome from the use of Kosher Dawg medical seeds is the relief of muscle spasms. By relaxing the body, the high THC content (up to around 25%) works together with the terpenes to calm the muscles, and stop spasms related to sports injuries, chronic pain conditions, and more.
How to Grow Kosher Dawg Strain Seeds
Due to leaning heavily towards indica as opposed to sativa, growing Kosher Dawg seeds is pretty easy, even for the novice gardener. The Kosher Dawg flowering time is around nine weeks for indoor growers, it’s possible you may have to wait 11 weeks from germination, but this isn’t frequent. These Cannabis Cup award-winning feminized cannabis seeds grow well outdoors too, especially in greenhouses or warm climates. Outdoor growers can expect results around Mid-October.
Coated with heavy and dense buds, the Kosher Dawg yield is remarkably high, as much as 650g/m2 indoors. These amazing plants will grow tall, so ensure you have space and be prepared to trim a little if they get a little on the leafy side.
A pungently fruity, piney strain, Kosher Dawg rewards patient growers with stunning, resin-coated buds