Himalayan Kush from Twd is an indica-dominant strain originally coming from a region near the Himalayan mountains.
However very little was disclosed about this cultivar except the fact it has dense buds with a moderate layer of trichomes and a smell that many users compare to earthy pine with herbal undertones. Unfortunately we were not able to find out much more about this flower.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived from Twd in an industry standard white plastic container with security top. These landrace cannabis strains always are intriguing and often can vary greatly in quality. After removing the lid we detected an aroma similar to musky hops with a hint of herbal. The best way to describe the smell would be something like mushy bland cereal and a very faint undertone of herbal.
We dumped out the container and noted the lack of a humidity shield. The buds were quite dry and had a natural dark green appearance that looked like it had been grown in a greenhouse. For the most part the nugs were tiny, dense and had lots of extra stem. However the lovely rust coloured hairs contrasted nicely with its thin trichome layer.
We rolled our typical joint and quickly realized this product had very little if any flavour profile. Given the dry state of the flower that probably should not come as a big surprise. On inhale, there is a mild bland hoppy taste that changes to a mild herbal note on exhale. Overall the flavour is not very memorable.
Listed with 22.5% THC content and a price tag of $21.50 for 3.5 grams, we found Himalayan Kush from Twd provided decent value for the money. The mental effect included a clear mindedness like being atop a mountain looking out over the world. This is combined with the physical sensation that’s comparable to moderately strong waves of lethargy that washing over the body before the effect quells to a steady soft relaxing vibe. If you’re trying to pick a strain and thinking about this one just don’t expect much in terms of aroma, flavour and appearance.