The strain of marijuana known as OG Kush, which is sometimes abbreviated to “OG Kush” or simply “Kush,” originated in Florida almost 30 years ago. Chemdawg, Hindu Kush, and Lemon Thai were combined with an unknown Northern Californian strain to create OG Kush, according to researchers. OG Kush is the most famous and widely utilized strain of medical cannabis, so it’s no surprise that its anonymity was preserved. With a nearly equal balance (55% Sativa, 45% Indica) and mid-high THC levels, it’s no wonder the strain is popular across the globe. You can buy OG Kush at our online store.
OG Kush is one of the most famous strains in the cannabis world, and for good reason: it’s an excellent example of what a superior indica should be. OG stands for “Ogden,” which is derived from this strain’s name. This plant was named after an area in southern Colorado known as “the OG” that was previously used to cultivate this type of marijuana. The growth pattern of its leaves is pinnately compound, while its flowers are compact and dark green with grape-like clusters. Its pistils are bright orange, thin, and overlong,
The primary terpenes in ‘OG Kush’ are Beta-Myrcene and Beta-Caryophyllene, which give the strain its overwhelmingly earthy, spicy flavor. The exhale contains notes of citrus sourness and woodiness, with undertones of pine and other dank Kush flavors. The high starts rather quickly, leading to feelings of rushing sociability, chattiness, hunger, and hilarity. You’ll be munching on food constantly in order to satisfy your appetite while feeling completely calm at all times. You may expect the most typical high from ‘OG Kush,’ since it is the most famous cannabis strain around.
The strain is frequently utilized in social settings, to jumpstart a sluggish appetite, to relax out of a mood swing, to relieve depression, or to cure a fatiguing headache. This strain is ideal for afternoon usage on doing-nothing days and as a companion for a group of friends (and lots of food). You don’t become the most well-known cannabis by accident; OG Kush, against even stronger competition today, still retains its title.