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Banana Kush MMJ Strain Review + Info
Banana Kush Strain Medical Marijuana
Bannana Kush Strain Review
Overall Grade: A-
Strain Type: Indica dominant hybrid
Appearance: Appealing, glowing light green
Smell/Taste: Pungent, earthy citrus
Effects: Calming, feel good buzz
Dispensary: The Herbal Center in Denver
Banana Kush Strain Info
Strain Type/Genetics / Lineage
Banana Kush is a potent indica dominant strain that can be found at many Colorado medical marijuana dispensaries or cannabis clinics. Banana Kush strain medical marijuana is a hybrid kush strain.
Appearance and Texture of Banana Kush Weed
Banana Kush marijuana buds are ultra pleasing aesthetically. Not a ton, but just enough thick orange coli jut from the glowing light green Banana Kush strain nugs. In addition, the texture of Banana Kush is just right, not two dense, yet not too fluffy and not to much loose greenery. The Banana Kush strain belongs on a calendar for it is surely one of the top twelve best looking medical marijuana strains that this reviewer has come across to date.
Banana Kush Effects
Though Banana Kush strain weighs heavily toward the indica side with a calming body high, smoking a small amount yields a strong and in control effect on the mind of the toker as well. A small amount (say 0.7 grams) of the top-shelf medical marijuana strain Banana Kush yields a nice high normally lasting 2 to 4 hours. Overall the Banana Kush strain of medical marijuana provides a nice, calming feel good buzz.
Where to Buy Recreational Marijuana in Denver? Denver has always been at the heart of Colorado's movement to legalize marijuana. Pro marijuana supporters in the Mile High City have been pushing for the legal sale of marijuana to recreational users for years, so on the first day of 2014, when Colorado regulations permitted retail pot shops to open for business, the Denver dispensaries that were approved by the state to sell retail cannabis were more than ready to start offering recreational marijuana to anyone over the age of 21. Since then, recreational marijuana dispensaries in Denver have continued to open at a steady rate. So where should out-of-staters heading to Denver go to legally purchase recreational marijuana? Below you will find a map and a list of all Denver recreational marijuana dispensaries. Anyone over age 21 can shop at these Denver dispensaries. Map of Recreational Dispensaries in Denver Denver Recreational Marijuana Dispensaries List Co
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