Cold Creek Kush produces medium-to-large dark green, resinous flowers with bright amber hairs (pistils). The flowers are generally dense and round in shape due to their indica lineage and are sticky to the touch, covered in a blanket of trichomes.
The dominant terpenes in GTec’s Cold Creek Kush include myrcene, caryophyllene, ocimene, humulene and linalool, which combine to offer pungent, floral and savoury aromas and flavours of rich earth, tropical citrus fruits and sweet spice. Myrcene (the most common terpene in cannabis) and linalool are both thought to offer a relaxing experience in combination with high levels of THC. Caryophyllene is a peppery terpene that is known to act similar to a cannabinoid, and users have reported it may assist with inflammation and anxiety. Fresh and uplifting aromatics also come from ocimene (also found in mint and basil) and humulene (also found in ginger and ginseng)