One of the very popular hybrid cannabis types is OG Kush. This type of marijuana makes up the essence of the West Coast cannabis families and is often the foundation for more experimental cannabis types. It’s structural origins are unknown, but there is a well-known myth that has been circulating regarding its existence. According to this legend, Hindu Kush and Chemdawg were the parents to OG which is why we can see some of its structural properties in the OG Kush itself. Historical evidence tells us that the first type of OG Kush came in the ‘90s from bag seeds. The Imperial Genetics were said to have brought it over from Florida to southern California where it has now found a home to grow.
The taste of OG Kush is slightly organic and has an almost earthy kind of smell to it. It lends a calming effect to the body when it has been smoked and it causes ultimate relaxation. Many people use OG Kush as a type of tranquilizer when the stresses of everyday life get too much and they need a little bit of an escape. It provides the ultimate euphoria to the person who feels like the weight of life is crushing them. There are also many medical benefits attached to OG Kush. People who suffer from chronic migraines have been known to smoke the Kush and it has been relieved. ADD/ADHD patients have also proven to show improvements over a period of time when treated with OG Kush.
Users Reported the Following Effects:
- Relaxed 95% 95%
- Happy 84% 84%
- Euphoric 71% 71%
- Uplifted 46% 46%
- Creative 35% 35%
- Genetics: Chemdawg X Hindukush
- Flowering Time: 56 Days
- Height: Medium
- Grows best in a dry environment
- Four different phenotypes, three of which are sativa dominant