OG Kush AAA
OG Kush a marijuana strain that has been around since the early ‘90s. It is a hybrid strain crossed between Chemdawg, Lemon Thai, and the Hindu Kush. It is a slightly Sativa dominant strain with a Sativa to Indica ratio of 55 to 45%. The dominant terpene of the strain is Myrcene. The average THC levels are between 20-25% and a CBG of 1%.
The use of this strain is a great way to enhance activities that involve the body and mind. It is known to increase sexual pleasure. It is often enjoyed during the day due to uplifting effects. It is also an excellent smoke to enjoy during social settings like parties and lively conversations or even playing video games.
Appearance, Aroma, and Flavour
OG Kush has medium to large-sized nugget-like buds that have dense structures. The leaves are yellowish-green with traces of purple in specific phenotypes. It is covered in bright orange pistils. The buds are covered in sticky trichomes that lend a silvery-white appearance. Both the flavour and aroma of the strain are robust, making it a favourite amongst smokers. The buds have an earthy, musty scent which is accented by citrus and pine-like odour. The aroma also has hints of fuel skunk and spice. The flavour of the strain has the same notes that are earthy and dank and aggressive notes of rich lemon.
High Of OG Kush
The high from this strain is more head-focused rather than physical. It starts off as a head rush which makes users feeling more focused on the surrounding, leaving the colours and sound seeming more intensified. This sharpness of senses then gives way to a general uplift in mood, progressing towards feelings of euphoria. The combination of mental stimulation and improvement in mood makes it a popular social strain.
Medical Benefits Of OG Kush
The use of OG Kush might result in treating the symptoms of mental disorders like depression, anxiety, chronic stress, and PTSD. It is also helpful for helping the patients with ADHD focus at the moment. The strain is often used to treat nausea and chronic pains like headaches, muscle spasms, and migraines. With its ability to relax the mind, it is also ideal for treating insomnia.
The most common side effects reported after the use of the strain are cottonmouth and dry and itchy eyes. In case of an overdose, the user might feel dizziness, headache, and paranoia. However, these side effects are short-term.