The OG Kush, also known as Original Gangster of Kush, is one of the most famous strains in the world. This delicious strain is the offspring of the Hindu Kush and Chemdawg (Chemdog), known for its powerful punch of a high, and it has a few hypotheses about its kin being the most widely accepted. It provides a relatively extreme cerebral high coupled with relaxing and euphoric relief as an indica dominant strain with 75 percent indica and 25 percent sativa.
When it first arrived in Los Angeles in the early 1990s, the OG Kush strain quickly established itself as a favorite of celebrities and rappers alike and has since served as the genetic foundation for many other strains. Smoking this strain isn’t recommended for new users because the effects of the high THC concentration can be too much if overdone, so start with a few tokes and go from there.
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Genetics Parents: Hindu Kush x Chemdawg
Flowering Period: 8-10 weeks
Climate: Continental, Mediterranean, Temperate
Yield: 450-500 g/m2 Indoors, 450 g/plant Outdoors
Flavors: Earthy, Lemon, Pine, Woody, Spicy
THC Level: 24%
CBD Level: 0.7%
Height: 2-3.5 ft
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
Recognized for its flavor profile, OG Kush is a delicious strain to blaze up since many of the fragrances are brought into the flavor. With a touch of a residual sourness after you exhale, you’ll notice slight traces of spice mixed in with the citrus and woodsy flavors.
OG Kush is a packed cannabis strain that causes intense euphoria, beginning with a head rush and progressing to a generally mood-enhancing relaxed state. Users should anticipate a more focused state without the possible mind racing associated with high THC strains because this high is more head-focused than physical. These marijuana seeds are ideal for socializing; the mixture of mental stimulation and an uplifted mood makes for excellent chats, intense video game matches, and even some fantastic sex!
OG Kush is a common medicinal strain for anxiety, depression, and PTSD, as well as day-to-day stress, thanks to its mood-enhancing properties. The potential analgesic properties of this strain are commonly used for temporary relief for those suffering from chronic pain. This strain is well known to stimulate the appetite and induce severe case cravings for those who suffer from a loss of appetite due to chemotherapy or other nausea or are inactive in recovery from anorexia. This potent strain could be the best addition to your self-care arsenal if you’re looking for migraine or headache relief, suffering from insomnia, or simply have a hard time allowing your body to relax into a relaxed state.
Although OG Kush provides a euphoric and profoundly relaxing high, it is essential to note that it can cause some side effects, the most common of dry eyes and a bit of cottonmouth, particularly in those who are new to high-THC strains. If you have a low tolerance to THC, begin with a small dose to avoid the anxiety and paranoia that can accompany excessive intake.
OG Kush cannabis seeds are good to grow at home or in a commercial setting. You won’t be sorry, because this lady is still very famous. She’s still a common strain among growers, thanks to the cerebral and psychedelic highs that make the effort of growing it worthwhile. Since this crop is susceptible to powdery mildew and mold, don’t leave it alone for too long. Topping or trimming the large fan leaves near the top of the plant to allow light and fresh air to enter the flowering nodes on low branches works well for this strain. Many growers prefer to grow this variety indoors in a humidity-controlled setting for the best results and yields. Still, it can also be grown successfully outdoors in the right conditions. Keep in mind that OG Kush is quite spicy and, as a result, isn’t the most stealthy outdoor option if secrecy is your goal.
With this strain, most growers prefer to grow it indoors because they thrive in climate-controlled conditions and dislike cold weather. The plants are stocky and bushy, with heights ranging from 2 to 3.5 feet, making them suitable for your grow tent. Keep in mind that this strain is known for its spicy scent, so odor containment measures such as carbon air filters or exhaust fans might be essential. If you want to cultivate these cannabis seeds outside, bear in mind that this strain prefers a tropical climate with temperatures no lower than 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Ensure your seeds are germinated after the danger of frost has passed during the Spring season, so they are ready to harvest in mid-October. Each plant can produce up to 450-500 grams in hot, tropical climates with stable and reliable weather.