OG Kush – Marijuana Strain Review
Sativa dominant hybrid
THC content 14.43-20.66%, CBD content 0.18-0.3%
There are many misconceptions about this popular Southern California strain. Though OG Kush does possess many of the traits of an indica, it is genetically a sativa hybrid, contrary to popular belief. Many collectives will advertise and sell this strain as an indica, which it indeed is not, though it does have kush in its heritage. The main cause of this misconception is because OG Kush does truly smoke like an indica, providing the patient with a mellow body high. Developed in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, OG Kush has become a staple to the avid marijuana consumer. It is one of the most prescribed strains, providing patients with relief from chronic pain, insomnia, glaucoma, ADD, anxiety, depression, migraines, PTSD, gastrointestinal ailments, nausea, appetite loss, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, muscle spasms, and cancer.
Generally a lower yielding plant, OG Kush produces small to medium sticky and dense popcorn nugs with no stem. The nugs are olive green with soft orange hairs and scintillating trichomes. True OG Kush will smell sweet and piney with a mild skunk note. The piney taste will infuse the senses with each inhale and exhale. If you have never tried OG Kush, then join the majority and enjoy some of Southern California’s finest.