Being the king ain’t always great. Sometimes, people want your throne. Elvis died on his. In the case of King’s Kush, you’re doomed to be smoked. O.G. Kush is a familiar sight for most patients, but most won’t recognize the results when crossed with Grape Ape. Instead of the characteristically small buds that both of those cuts are known for, the sample we found at Total Health Concepts in Colorado Springs and Denver was one massive, indigo nug. The rubbery, brine-like scents of its OG Kush parentage were clearly present and accounted for here—though don’t go expecting that “purple” grape-like taste from its other genetic contributor. This strain is best for when the candles are lit in your chambers, as these two powerhouse indicas aren’t the ones to turn to when you’ve got company over. King’s Kush is great for deep muscle and nerve pain, as well as muscle issues and joints. This strain will give you a great feeling of protection—sort of like wearing a suit of armor—but it’s also pretty heavy stuff.