realafricankush: kilimanjaro

This early-flowering African Sativa is a landrace cannabis strain from the Kenyan slopes of Kilimanjaro, cultivated originally for use in hunting, religious practices, and ceremonies. Referred to by natives as “elephant stomper” for its hyper and energizing effects, this plant grows vigorously and with many branches. Buds are resinous, have a lemon and fruity aroma, and contain a high THC level at around 18% that provides an intense and sometimes overwhelming psychedelic, cerebral high.

 A Sativa that hits hard with a THC count of up to 18%, it can provide a very intense psychedelic cerebral high that may be overwhelming to some.

When smoking this strain, you can expect to feel very much energetic and ready to rumble. It is called “elephant stomper” in its native lands of Africa for the simple fact that it is so energizing that it can make you go through the roof with your mood.

Kilimanjaro is very uplifting and can change your mood in an instant. If you started your day on the wrong foot and feeling slightly demotivated, this bud can truly help you out of that rut and inspire you to feel more excited. In no time you’ll be entertaining more creative and stimulating thoughts with this strain.

Kilimanjaro Effects


Users love this strain for the happy feeling it gives them, which can last them for hours. A slow rise in euphoria is also noticeable with this bud, often lasting you for longer than its other effects. If you’re looking to get creative and get something done, this bud can provide you with a fresh source of inspiration in order for you to truly get things done.


This plant is very aromatic, with a distinct citrus fragrance that you won’t soon forget. Kilimanjaro is very lemony but also sweet, and has a strong skunky odor that will dominate it’s profile massively. It has a strong smell that will be difficult to hide from nosy people around you.


Kilimanjaro has a very special set of flavors that mixed together create a bubbly and appetizing smoke. This strain is earthy and woody mixed with the shocks of spices and herbs. On the smoke, you’ll notice a hint of lemon that will seem to get stronger over time. After exhaling this bud, you will be left with a sweet tea aftertaste on your tongue.

Kilimanjaro Adverse Reaction

Kilimanjaro may in rare cases make you feel slightly dizzy, or even anxious. Some users also reportedly feel slightly paranoid when smoking this pobudd, although this usually only happens when they have had more than they can handle.


realafricankush: kilimanjaro medical

Kilimanjaro is a highly recommended medicinal aid that is one of the best strains for the treatment of chronic and severe depression. Its personality is largely uplifting and can change your mood from negative to optimistic in very little time.

Patients who struggle to manage their chronic stress may greatly benefit from the regular use of this bud. It is energizing, making it an ideal choice for a morning smoke, in order to set you up for the day. For this reason, it is also fitting for the treatment of chronic fatigue, and works wonders, outdoing your regular cup of coffee any day.

If you struggle to manage chronic pain, you could also turn to this bud for help. Kilimanjaro can help you rid yourself of aches and pains such as muscle cramps, back aches, headaches and even spasms. This bud can help you feel soothed it throughout the entire day.

Side effects when smoking this bud may include a dry mouth that can induce a cough at times. You should stay rehydrated at all times, as it can also make your eyes feel dry and itchy, giving you much discomfort.


realafricankush: kilimanjaro growth

Kilimanjaro takes an average amount of time to finish growing, and isn’t difficult to cultivate, making it a fitting choice for novice growers. This bud is highly resistant to common molds as well as pests and diseases.

Flowering Time


realafricankush: kilimanjaro indoor growth

Growing this strain screen indoors can you hold an estimated 14 ounces per square meters during harvest. Generally the span takes around eight weeks to finish flowering.


realafricankush: kilimanjaro outdoor growth

This sour landrace bud can produce around 17 ounces per plant during harvest outdoors. It takes until around the middle of October to finish flowering.

Have you ever smoked or grown your own Kilimanjaro? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below

ORIGINAfrican sativa
EFFECTSenergetic – 10
uplifted – 10
happy – 8
euphoric – 7
creative – 5
dry eyes – 2
dizzy – 1
anxious – 1
paranoid – 1
FRAGRANCEcitrus, lemon, skunky, sweet
FLAVORSearthy, woody, spicy, herbal, citrus, lemon, sweet, tea
MEDICALdepression – 10
stress – 9
fatigue – 8
pain – 5
headache – 4
CBD %1%
INDICA / SATIVA %30% / 70%
OUTDOOR YIELD17oz/ plant
CLIMATEdry and sunny Mediterranean climate
RESISTANCE TO DISEASEresistant to common molds and mildew

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