OG Kush is a classic strain that was first grown in Florida. Allegedly a result of crossing a Northern Californian strain with a Hindu Kush phenotype from Amsterdam, this strain has now become a staple within cannabis circles. Its’ influence and genetics can be found in nearly every popular modern-day strain, such as Girl Scout Cookies. OG Kush provides a heavily intoxicating high with some serious couch-locking effects.
|Medium – Large
|Hindu Kush x Unknown
|Relaxed, Happy, Uplifted, Hungry & Sleepy
|Earthy, Woody, Kush & Spicy
Introducing OG Kush
OG Kush is an old-school strain that has been around since the early 2000s. It is believed to have been crossed from a strain from Northern California and a Hindu Kush plant from Amsterdam. This hybrid Kush is a powerful strain and has a one-of-a-kind terpene profile. It is an indica-dominant strain with a 75:25 ratio, providing users with a head-focused high that produces a sense of euphoria and happiness.
Effects of OG Kush
OG Kush will start off with a headrush that increases focus and attention span. It also amplifies sensory perception. These Sativa effects are followed by a heavy sense of relaxation and a tendency to couch-lock. This strain is great for those looking to relax after a short activity, but be careful if you plan on smoking during the day as it can quickly lead to sleepiness. OG Kush is also popular among medicinal users, treating conditions such as stress, pain, depression, insomnia, and lack of appetite.
Appearance, Aroma, and Taste
OG Kush has medium to large buds and is quite dense. The leaves are pale green with a dense coating of trichomes. When taking a whiff, users will notice a heavy earthiness and woodiness with hints of pine and a slight lemon aroma. The smoke is a little harsher than usual but still enjoyable. The smoke has a strong earthiness that lingers on the tongue for some time.
OG Kush is an old school strain with a powerful punch and a unique terpene profile. Enjoy its head-focused high and relaxing effects that are perfect for day-time or evening use.