O.G. Kush – An Esteemed Mix of Strains
The breeders of OG Kush, Royal Queens Seeds, came up with their version of legendary OG Kush. She is a blend of Chemdawg, Lemon Thai, and Pakistani Kush. The results were a terpene-rich strain with high potency. She is 75% Indica genetics and 25% Sativa. While the meaning of its name is of debate, with some saying Original Gangster and others Ocean Grown, the wonders she does to the body is what makes her a legend.
Effects of OG Kush
OG Kush is a powerful strain. It ranks up as a favourite among experienced users. She engulfs the whole body and mind. With THC levels of 19 %, she delivers a high that soothes the body and mind in equal measure. The strong euphoria and intense cerebral effects are followed by a couch lock. While uplifting and happiness giving, it is not the perfect strain to use before undertaking heavy complex tasks.
This beautiful lady is not about a body high and cerebral high alone. She comes laden with numerous medicinal benefits. Medical marijuana users use her to deal with psychological illness and prolonged aches, pains and irritations. Its therapeutic nature has made it famous among MMJ users. Its rich cannabinoid profile helps slacken soreness, inflammation and neuropathic distress.
Aroma, Flavour and Appearance of OG Kush
OG Kush has one of the most pristine odours that nature can offer. Stuff your nose into the ganja bag or jar of this lady, and your nostrils are hit with an intensity nostalgic scent of a dank, old-growth forest. It blends different woodsy, piney and earthy scents to give a crazy aroma. They all hit once immediately you spark some.
This fairly normal strain with yellow-green sugar leaf colour delivers a taste that surprises even the most experienced users. Her subtle hints of lemon and spice immediately attack your taste buds, followed by notes of citrus. Her leaves adorn orange pistils. The buds are packed compactly and covered in crystalline trichomes.
Growth of OG Kush Cannabis
OG Kush is not an easy strain to grow. It needs close attention and must be planted in an environment that best suits its growth. She is weak against some predicament such as pest and diseases. Caution is paramount.
This beautiful lady takes 7 to 9 weeks to flower. Indoors, she can grow to 90 to 160 cm with a yield of 425 to 475 grams per squared metre. Outdoors, she provides a yield of 500 to 550 grams per plant. She is often ready for harvest by October.