Tahoe OG is a hybrid strain resulting from a cross between OG Kush and San Fernando Valley OG Kush. It is a nicely balanced hybrid strain with a 50/50 Indica to Sativa ratio. However, it can lean towards one side, depending on the grower. Tahoe OG is believed to be created by Ganja Guru from Lake Tahoe, California, in the 1980s, but this is inconsistent with the emergence of OG Kush in 1992, of which Tahoe OG is a phenotype. Tahoe OG has a THC content of 20-24% and has won 3rd place for the Best Indica at the 2011 Cannabis Cup.
Tahoe OG is a tall plant with a lanky structure. It is characterized by large neon green calyxes covered with a thick layer of trichomes. The plant is adorable, especially during flowering, during which it produces dense buds and emits a deliciously pungent scent.
This strain is very challenging to grow. Newbies should first acquire skills from experienced growers on how to cultivate it outdoors or indoors. The plant matures after 70 days, producing moderate to high yields. You can expect 11oz per square meter when grown indoors and 11oz per plant when grown outdoors.
Tahoe OG has a strong scent of fresh pine cones. It also has a lemony aroma that is spicy and earthy. This sweet and room-filling aroma will linger on the walls way long after the bud was consumed. Tahoe OG is as tasty as its fragrance. Its flavor profile features woody with spicy notes, lemony inhale, and pine-like exhale.
Tahoe OG is a fast hitter – its high takes a toll in about 2-3 minutes after the first puff. The head-high effect of this strain is thought-provoking and induces forgetfulness, which is associated with most stoners. It is uplifting and giggly, making it the best marijuana strain for social gatherings when taken in the right doses. The body high creates a tingly sensation that arouses some users. This strain is recommended if you want to stay relaxed and lazy at home.
This strain is often preferred for treating anxiety, chronic pain, insomnia, depression, ADHD, PMS, migraines, PTSD, etc.
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