OG Kush likes to get around and isn’t afraid to let you know. Leafly calls this marijuana strain the “backbone of the West Coast” and if you’ve had any strain that’s come from there, then you’ve probably already had at least a small taste of the OG.
OG Kush has been around for a while, and since it has been experimented around with so much when crossing with other strains, this is one plant that knows how to mow down even the most veteran tokers with her high THC content. Breeders love using OG Kush to cross-pollinate because they know OG Kush will provide a wealth of THC and flavor that provides a fantastic base for a new strain.
Before the euphoria embraces and crushes all your worries, you can expect to taste a triple hitter of flavors. OG’s pine, dank lemon, and woody undertones have put this strain on the map as one of the best marijuana flavors that you can’t help but want to overindulge in.
Nirvana's tip for this strain: This is a great strain if you like a sativa high over an indica one, but don’t have the room to handle the height a typical sativa can grow to. And as we are sure you have already guessed, this is a great strain for crossing with another and creating a brand new green baby. OG Kush easily has some of the most stable genetics around.
What Nirvana love about this strain: A fantastic strain for those that like to use marijuana for both recreational use and medical use. Many medical patients are drawn to this strain for it’s ability to help with ADHD, migraines, and stress-related disorders. While she’s been crossed with and created a lot of amazing strains, there is just nothing like the original.