OG Kush, commonly referred to as OG, is a hybrid cannabis flower with a complex aroma. It’s sweet, earthy, pine-like scent, accented with citrus and skunk undertones is one of the signatures of the strain and its descendants. OG has a pungent yet fresh flavor, making it popular with rappers and cannabis industry connoisseurs alike; High Times Magazine ranked the strain amongst the best of all time.
Commonly described as sativa-like high, OG Kush is known for its happy and even euphoric effects that can help combat stress and anxiety. It’s a versatile smoke that lends itself to the user’s mood and mindset. The combination of mental stimulation and improvement in mood makes this a uniquely social strain, good for parties and lively conversations. It’s also a great way to enhance activities that involve the body and mind, like video games, exercise, and sex.
Genetically speaking, popular opinion is that this hybrid is a cross between Chemdawg and Hindu Kush, but the true genetics of this strain remains unknown. OG was first cultivated in the early ‘90s when an unidentified cannabis strain from Northern California was crossed with a Hindu Kush plant from Amsterdam.
Today, OG Kush is included in most West Coast genetic varieties. If you’ve tried hybrids like Girl Scout Cookies, Bruce Banner, Headband, Tahoe OG, San Fernando Valley OG, or Ghost OG you’ve tasted some of OG Kush’s potency, but nothing is quite like the Original Gangster itself, OG Kush.
- Ash – 8/10
- Stickiness – 9/10
- Crystal – 7/10
- Look – 7/10
Uses /Best For
Parties, exercise, video games, sex
- If you’re getting freaky, smoke OG Kush
- If you want to feel like a rapper, smoke OG Kush
- Plans to socialize? Smoke OG Kush
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Information about effects is sourced from customer reviews. Cannabis affects individuals differently, so you may experience different effects. Customer-reported information is not a substitute for medical advice. Always seek the advice of a health professional before using cannabis for a medical condition.