OG Kush contains a complex blend Limonene, Linalool, Myrcene, and Beta Caryophyllene terpenes. This mix produces a complex flavor profile of herbal, earthy, and diesel tones.
OG Kush has notes of skunky pine on the inhale, followed by a dank, earthy exhale.
The strain produces a relaxing sensation which slowly eases tensions throughout the body. As the feelings of inner serenity spread from within, it slowly makes its way to the mind. OG Kush leaves the mind calm, centered, and stress free, while keeping thoughts clear and sharp.
Its Sativa side encourages feelings of motivation and drive while still keeping you centered and grounded. The strong bodily relaxation that OG Kush is known for can also help calm nausea and ease pain.
One would think that such a famous strain would have a well-known and accurate origin story, however the cannabis industry is anything but transparent about strain lineage and genetics. One theory is that OG Kush is a Florida transplant that made its way to Los Angeles in the mid-90’s. Another theory is that it may be the result of a Canadian grow operation. As if its origin wasn’t enough to debate, its name “OG” has long been debated as well, with some crediting the California strain Original Gangster. On the flip side, those who accept the Canadian origin story would likely consider the name to be a reference to the shut down Canadian grow location OverGrow.com (OG). As for its lineage, most settle on Chemdawg and Hindu Kush as being its parents.
Full-Spectrum CBD, Terpenes: Limonene, Myrcene, Beta Caryophyllene, Linalool, Beta Pinene, Humulene Alpha, Fenchol, Alpha Pinene, Terpineol, Alpha Bisabolol, Camphene, and Borneol
What's included: 1 gram of pure, full-spectrum 1,000 mg CBD