OG Kush is one of the most popular cannabis strains around. With THC content soaring up to 24%, it’s no wonder why this strain has become so famous.
Though, its genetics are somewhat of a mystery. It’s thought to stem from some bag seed out of Florida and later cultivated by the folks behind Imperial Genetics in California. The best guesses are that it is a mix between Chemdawg and Hindu Kush. This strain is am indica-dominant hybrid with a kush-like aroma and bud structure. Though there is some debate, “OG” is thought to stand for ocean grown, a tribute to this strain’s Californian heritage. Despite its mysterious origins and shroud of cannabis lore, OG Kush has only become more prevalent. Growers and consumers alike can’t seem to keep their hands off of this strain.
OG Kush is famous for its pleasant, euphoric effects. Many patients with mood disorders or chronic stress love this strain for the blissful happiness it inspires. These upbeat, heady effects come with a significant indica body high. While your mood may be light and airy, your body will likely be glued to the couch.This winning combination makes OG Kush a popular medical strain. Those with pain conditions, nausea, migraines, as well as those with ADD/ADHD all tend to like this strain. Some even suggest that this strain can be helpful in Alzheimer’s disease.
Recreational consumers also have reason to love OG Kush. Its sedative effects are just what you need if you want to come home and dominate your favorite video game or have a relaxing dinner with friends and family. Though, new consumers may find this hybrid a little too sedative.
Moderate: 400 g/m2 indoors, 500 g/plant outdoors
Medium: 3 to 5 feet
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