OG Kush is an Indica dominant hybrid. Some sources say it might have come from the cross between Hindu Kush and Chemdawg; others claim it comes from some undocumented strain. It is not clear if any of those guesses are right. It is clear, however, that genetics of this famous strain are covered with a veil of mystery even now. OG Kush is a world-renowned strain that became a base for many successful crossbreeds. THC levels of this particular strain are sky-high, starting around 19% and going all the way up to the upper 20s, making it one of the most potent strains in the cannabis market. CBD levels are less than 1%.
The buds of OG Kush are medium-sized with a traditional dense Indica-like structure, light green in color, with an abundance of bright orange hairs, and completely enclosed in white sticky, resinous trichomes cover.
Thanks to its particular terpenes profile, the aroma of OG is full of earthy, tart, skunky notes. Its full flavor is boasting rich, spicy, robust undertones with a hint of lemon and lime.
OG Kush is a full-force acting strain. It starts strong and powerful right after the first intake as a potent clear-headed high, promoting euphoric feeling, boosting energy, focus, and self-confidence. At this point, this strain is intense but pleasant at the same time, perfect for social endeavors, conversations, and creativity. After a while, the high, however, settles into a mellow, relaxing bodily sensation, that could lead to a heavy couch-lock.
Adverse effects include dry eyes, dry mouth, possible anxiety, and paranoia if consumed above tolerance levels.