Breeders crossed the indica-dominant Sweet Tooth with the sativa-dominant OG Kush to create this indica-dominant hybrid. Sweet Kush has a reputation as a very potent strain, but exact THC percentages are hard to come by. The same goes for CBD levels, though this isn’t known as an especially helpful strain for patients who need that chemical. The specific ratio of sativa to indica is also unclear, but the effects fall mostly on the indica side. The immediate effect is cerebral, but that quickly fades into a lazy, sedated body buzz with deep relaxation and pain relief. The high can induce creativity and delivers a healthy dose of euphoria. The most common adverse effect is dry mouth, while paranoia and dry eyes are also reported. Sweet Kush is best at treating body pains, anxiety, and sleeplessness. It can also be used to stimulate appetite. This strain has a sweet flavor and aroma to match its name, with hints of earth and berries. Popular in Arizona and California, Sweet Kush can also be found on the legal markets in Colorado and Oregon.