DISCLAIMER:solid trips.. fire bag appeal.. super good chunky buds.. dense squishy and gooey.. caked pink.. rare pheno KISS .. tested @ 25.82% THC.. heavy hitting and will get you locked.. <3 mellow out and smoke up!
From the land of sunny Spain comes Queso, now known as Kiss, which blends together the genetics of the popular Cheese and illustrious Afghani. The former is powerfully potent with a distinct terpene profile that is reminiscent of dairy delicacy. Meanwhile, the latter is an indigenous strain that adds strength to a plant’s frame once it is added into the genetic mix.
Cannabis connoisseurs are drawn to Kiss for its versatility. It works impressively as a recreational strain that uplifts the mood just as it crushes any of the stress accumulated from the day or week. Patients, on the other hand, will find that it is a great source of comfort for both mental and physical afflictions.
Kiss embodies its former name, Queso. It has a cheesy overtone that intensifies after breaking apart the buds. Enhancing it are notes of skunk and spice. Combusting it, on the other hand, reveals subtle earthy aromas.Toking Kiss would be similar to eating a bowl of spicy mac and cheese. It has hints of skunk that improve its overall flavor, and, at the exhale, it leaves an earthy aftertaste.
Users experiencing psychological distress, either as the result of chronic stress, depression, or PTSD, will find an ally in Kiss. It is a powerful strain with the capacity to temporarily negate the feeling of despair, gloom, and hopelessness with its uplifting euphoria. Turning bleak days around, its invigorating head buzz brings back one’s zest for life. Apart from inducing a mood lift, the main psychoactive compound of the bud also has physical benefits. It has analgesic properties that ease the burden on users with chronic pain issues as well as stress-induced fatigue. It is particularly effective against common aches caused by arthritis, headaches, backaches, as well as knee, and joint pains.
Its tranquilizing relaxation also work well against pains in the gastrointestinal tract. It soothes the stomach and, along with its subtle stimulation, brings back a lost appetite. Hence, it could also work against the nauseating effects of chemotherapy; providing cancer patients with some degree of relief.