This strong indica-dominant hybrid, which has a sativa/indica ratio of 40:60, packs THC levels of as much as 24%, one of the most potent options on the medical market. That power makes Holy Grail Kush a good choice for treating a wide range of conditions, including anxiety, cramps, nausea, nerve pain, and chronic bodily pain. The body high, which is both relaxing and euphoric, is a sure ticket to a good night’s sleep. But CBD levels aren’t nearly as high as THC, registering at well below 1% in some tests. That means Holy Grail Kush shouldn’t be used as front-line treatment for seizures or other health problems that respond to CBD. Likely adverse effects include cottonmouth and watery eyes, though paranoia is also widely reported. This strain has a distinct coffee flavor with notes of lemon and lime while the smell is earthy and woody with hints of pine needles. Holy Grail Kush is a cross of OG #18 and Kosher Kush and is most easily found on the legal medical markets in the American West, specifically California, Washington, Arizona, and British Columbia.