OG Kush may be a strain with various sources of origin. Below are several anecdotes about the strain’s inception.
OG, also called Kush or OG Kush, is reported to possess first been cultivated in Colorado by the breeder referred to as Zombo and is an Indica-dominant cross between a Pre-’98 Bubba Kush and Reservoir ChemDawg IC3.
Reported by online sources to possess been selected for its phenotypes by Colorado’s Hill Billy, the strain was named after Denver’s code . Clones are the simplest option for cultivators looking to grow OG, as seeds aren’t easily obtained.
The OG grown by The Clinic in Colorado is an Indica-dominant cross between Kosher Kush and Ghost OG. Available throughout Colorado, flowers from The Clinic’s OG strain provides a sweet and spicy flavor profile that’s popular for its OG characteristics, powerful body high, and cerebral effects.
The Clinic’s OG Nug Run Sugar Budder won first place in 2014 for Best U.S. Concentrates at the Denver High Times Cannabis Cup. The Clinic’s OG THC content has been tested as high as 20%, and therefore the strain reportedly helps mitigate physical discomfort, apprehension, insomnia, and loss of appetite.
OG Kush has a THC content of 27%, OG Kush is a good choice to temporarily relief anxiety and depression.