Nepal Kush, which is also known as Nepali OG, is a potent indica-dominant strain that itself descends from the classic Hindu Kush strain grown in the mountainous regions of Nepal. Appalachia, on the other hand, is a balanced sativa/indica hybrid created by crossing Green Crack and Tres Dawg. It’s known for its earthy, fruity flavor and its cerebral buzz that brings the consumer a heightened sensory perception.
Today, Mother’s Milk is a popular Colorado strain that was recently reviewed in Westword, where the writers praised its tart odor and noted that it carries some OG Kush qualities, courtesy of its Nepal Kush parent.
Mother’s Milk’s potent effects are described as “pure magic” by some consumers. Shortly after inhaling, Mother’s Milk brings a sense of euphoria that leaves the consumers happy and uplifted. As this effect eases throughout the body, it is balanced out with a sense of deep relaxation that can slowly give way to a pleasant, sleepy sedation.
Due to its balanced effects, Mother’s Milk is probably best classified as a versatile strain that lends itself to either activity or relaxation. As its effects don’t rush on too quickly, Mother’s Milk can be enjoyed by nearly any cannabis consumer, however, since it can make one quite sleepy, it’s probably best to partake in Mother’s Milk in the evenings or on a quiet day at home.
Overall, consumers say that Mother’s Milk leaves them feeling relaxed, happy, euphoric, uplifted, or sleepy.
Consumers say that, despite the strain’s name, Mother’s Milk does not actually not taste very “milky.” It has a sweet, fruity flavor with woody notes, and the aroma carries the scent of powdered milk with hints of citrus.