This regional specialty from the Great White North is hard to locate outside of British Columbia, but its heady, euphoric buzz may be worth the hunt. Its obscure origins and general scarcity also make it a good find for obscurity hounds. Though Root Beer Kush is mostly sativa, there is little available data on the exact ratio of sativa to indica in this plant. It’s also hard to come by any details on cannabinoid levels, including both THC and CBD. Reports and reviews suggest the THC levels are relatively high, which means a calming but creative cerebral experience that includes a dose of euphoria, focused mental relief, and a tingling sensation. CBD, on the other hand, is not reported in large numbers, meaning this strain probably shouldn’t be used as the only source of treatment for seizure disorders or other conditions that require CBD. But Root Beer Kush is known to be an effective treatment for anxiety, depression, migraines and other headaches, nausea, insomnia, and everyday stress. Dry eyes and cottonmouth are the only widely reported negative side effects. The flavor and aroma of Root Beer Kush are earthy with sweet notes of orange, strawberry, and vanilla.