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The Legendary And Skunky OG Kush Strain Will Never Lose Popularity

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When a strain gains popularity it tends to travel to new and exciting places and get crossed with other popular hitters. OG Kush is a great example. Born in Florida in the early 1990s, this cultivar came from the cross of a Northern California bud with some Hindu Kush from Amsterdam. Now the original OG Kush cultivar has gone on to father many others. Some of its famous offspring include the incredibly popular Girl Scout Cookies (GSC) and Headband.

Additionally, several phenotypes of OG, including SFV OG, have come onto the market. With such a successful history, it’s little wonder why it remains one of the most recognized and crossbred strains on the market. You can see our online menu for other options, but you’ve got to try OG Kush before you write it off.

OG Kush’s dominant terpenes are myrcene, limonene, and caryophyllene dominated cultivar. This strain is the definition of skunky and sweet. Earthy tones waft up as an undertone, providing a spicy base for floral and fruity accents. Overall, a sweet fuel flavor comes off these light green buds. It’s a healthy weed scent, unmistakable for veteran stoners as it is almost the quintessential profile of dank flower. At the end of the day, it smokes tasty and provides potentially euphoric and relaxing effects, mostly not too sleepy to end a day, or too peppy to drive you up a wall.

Lifted Cannabis

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At Diamond Green, we sell Lifted Cannabis’s OG Kush for $40 an eighth. This local cultivator was founded in 2016 and set themselves apart by providing well-bred, clean, and potent flowers. Their OG Kush is no exception and is a standout example of the cultivar. Each of their harvests tests consistently, proving them as legitimate farmers. With potentially full-body and relaxing effects, this cultivar is a winning choice for home enjoyment. Either revisit this flower as the seasons get colder around us, or try it out and likely end up with a new love.

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