OG Kush Feminized Marijuana Seeds
The OG Kush feminized Marijuana seeds hail from a popular strain that has served as the basis for many varieties developed on America’s west coast. Though its origins are shrouded in mystery, these first Known prototype photos of this famous Marijuana gene should date back to around 1990-91 when it was taken down south before making its way up north towards California or even beyond!
The meaning of OG Kush
OG Kush seeds are descended from Chemdawg, and possibly Hindu Kush or another Kush variety. OG stands for “Ocean Growth,” a nod to the strain’s coastal roots.
Indica or Sativa?
The famous and mysterious origins of this strain are not the only thing that makes it so attractive for recreational users. A nearly balanced hybrid, Marijuana with a rich history can teach us a lot about plant genetics while still being entertaining at home or in your garden!
Medical Effects of OG Kush
When you smoke, OG Kush the trichomes will coat your lungs with a heavy euphoria. The early effect is paired by an overall high that’s both physical and mental in nature! As a result, most users find the strain leaves them with a relaxed and happy feeling. These trance-like sensations make OG Kush best suited to evening use, though whether you’re seeking therapy or just a good time is entirely up to you.
Medically, OG Kush is a great choice for easing or eliminating pain – when the couch-lock effect kicks in, your tensed and knotted muscles and aching joints will be able to fully relax and unclench. The strain can also be useful in treating migraines, stress, and attention disorders. With a stomach-calming side effect, you can fend off nausea brought on by any number of conditions.
OG Kush Seeds
The novice gardeners may find the yield quite low. The strain has an average flowering time of eight weeks. After that time the healthiest plants will deliver up to 500 grams of harvestable flower.