Effects: Hungry, Sleepy, Euphoric
Common Usage: Stress, Anxiety, Pain
OG Kush is a popular hybrid strain of cannabis with a slightly higher sativa content (55% sativa and 45% indica). Its parent strains are thought to be Chemdawg and Hindu Kush, but this is not certain as the breeder has kept the information private. OG Kush is well known in the medical marijuana community and is suitable for both indica and sativa enthusiasts. It was first grown in Florida in the 1990s and is believed to be a cross between a strain from Northern California, Chemdawg, Lemon Thai, and a Hindu Kush plant from Amsterdam. It has a distinct terpene profile that gives it a strong aroma with hints of fuel, dank, and spices. When smoked, OG Kush should have a lemony pine fuel smell and produce a high with both cerebral and physical effects. It is often used in the evening to help people relax and unwind.
Effects of OG Kush
One of the most iconic and well known strain in the world of medicinal marijuana, OG Kush is the ideal hybrid for any indica or sativa lover. It starts almost as soon as you exhale, enhancing your cerebral senses with an uplifted buzz of unfocused happiness and relaxation. You’ll find yourself feeling sociable and outgoing, chatting with anyone and everyone around you, although you may find yourself giggling at times. Hunger then begins to creep in, leaving you before you know it, with a heavy case of the munchies and reaching for anything in sight to snack on. Combined with its high 20-26% average THC level, these effects and attributes make OG Kush a great choice for those suffering from conditions such as chronic stress or anxiety, mood swings or depression, appetite loss or nausea and migraines or headaches.
Aroma & Flavour
Embodied with the classic sour citrusy flavor accompanied by hints of woody pine. The aroma has a subtle yet apparent spicy kushy overtone that’s accented by sour citrus, woody pine and a pungent dank that signifies the strains potency. OG Kush buds are full of body and in a shape reminiscent to that of a grape with the nugs being forest green in color with long, thin orange hairs, golden undertones and a coating of golden-white crystal trichomes.