Gupta Kush is our newest medical marijuana strain - only at Helping Hands dispensary in Boulder!
Gupta Kush is pure medicine from a hybrid of our proprietary Hawaiian genetics crossed with a potent Indica, and is generally indicated for pain, anxiety, low appetite and those in need of both physical and mental rest and recovery without heavy doses of pharmaceuticals.
SGK gives the user a euphoric state that helps relax the mind with one or two hits, while more hits can induce a heavy indica, beautiful stoned feeling. Thoughts may be pleasant and creative, but generally of a calm and kind nature, and then you'll drift off for a nap or a good nights sleep.
For the body, Gupta Kush is a great pain and tension reliever, causing warm waves of relaxation to move through the limbs and leaving behind an almost optiate-like feeling that allows the user to get some deep conscious rest and healing before bed.
SGK has a thick, subtle, sweet taste with notes of sandalwood and flowers, and has a potency of up to 20% THC. It is grown here in Boulder, Colorado, organically and in soil, insuring it is fresh, healthy, clean and with a delicious "Farm to Table" taste. : )
Helping Hands Herbals provides the finest medical marijuana in Boulder, Colorado. Our Pearl St. MMJ dispensary is dedicated to providing top-shelf and best quality cannabis at the best prices.
We carry a wide variety of indica, sativa and hybrid strains that are grown locally at our farm in town. We have a deep reservoir of both unique and popular genetics, allowing us to create strains that you'll only find at our shop such as the potent Gupta Kush, Blue Hawaiian, Magic Jordan and Tangerine Sunrise, while also producing delicious favorites like Flo, Golden Goat, Blue Dream and Island Sweet Skunk.
We use only natural and organic methods in growing our weed to insure you’re getting the cleanest, purest THC in town. We never purchase mmj from 3rd party or wholesale grows, so from seed to sale you can trust your medicine is high quality, high THC, and comes direct from the good folks at Helping Hands.