OG Kush is a favorite among cannabis growers in Thailand and in the world.
When growing OG Kush indoors, we recommend a hydroponics system. This is due to the fact that OG Kush is not a hardy plant when cultivated in regular soil and is susceptible to a variety of diseases. If you don’t have any hydroponics experience, we recommend using non-soil growing mediums to promote healthy growth and prevent disease. Rockwool and clay pellets are two examples.
The major terpenes of this strain are Beta-Myrcene and Beta-Caryophyllene, which give the strain its earthy, spicy flavor. On the exhale, sour citrus and woody notes mingle with traces of pine and other dank Kush characteristics. The high hits you immediately, leaving you with a rush of sociability, chattiness, hunger, and a case of the giggles. You’ll be continually chewing on food, looking for someone to talk to, and feeling utterly calm the entire while. As the most well-known cannabis strain, you should expect the most surprising high.
OG Kush is a potent nighttime treatment that can help with body aches, persistent migraines, bipolar disorders, anxiety, depression, vomiting, stomach difficulties, and much more.
Characteristics of OG Kush
|75% Indica, 25% Sativa
|Chemdawg Crossed with Old World Paki Kush
|Where to Grow
|Indoor, Greenhouse, Outdoor
|Relaxed, Happy Euphoric Hungry
|Lemon, Sour, Earthy, Pine
|19% to 26% THC.
|450 g / sqm
450 g / plant