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Diesel Kush ~ You dropped your Diesel in my Kush! You dropped your Kush in my Diesel! Let's hope this strain puts an end to West Coast/East Coast beef before we have to sit through the dubious-looking Biggie bio-pic, Notorious.  Diesel has long been the favorite kind bud of New York City residents, while Southern California is gaga over Kush. Very fitting given the respective high energy and mellow qualities of both herbal medications. Both strains in these cities have experienced very trendy debuts, fetching at one time over $800 an oz. each.

This herb is delicious, with the oily, strong lemon-tinged smell and taste of the diesel throughout its candy-sweet exhale. The taste is perfect, smooth, and dreamy. It is all bud, green and orange, and seemingly glued together with a THC crystal glue gun. The underleaves are coated in a glistening sap that oozes from its pores. The effects are clear-headed, with plenty of energy. I feel I could blaze it all day without getting too out of it. There is some nice body relaxation going on from the kush cross as well, keeping me grounded.

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