Details are hard to come by for this indica-dominant specialty hybrid, but Caramel Candy Kush is a descendant of Pre-98 Bubba Kush, an indica, and Ms. Universe, a hybrid. THC levels are unclear, though some tests suggest they can reach at least 19%. Other samples show much lower concentration, less than 12%. CBD levels are even lower, making this a poor choice for patients who need that chemical, such as epileptics. The exact ratio of indica to sativa isn’t widely known, but the high is a mix of body and head effects, with strong relaxation and pain relief. It’s ideal for treating anxiety and chronic aches and pains, as well as depression and insomnia. Caramel Candy Kush produces heavy resin and complex terpenes, so it’s a good choice for making hash or liquid concentrates. This strain from the Pacific Northwest has a unique buttery flavor, and it smells of sweet coffee. Despite its alleged potency, it’s rare almost everywhere, though it’s most easily found in Washington State and British Columbia. Negative effects likely include dry eyes and dry mouth, though not much is known on this front.