OG Kush

OG Kush, also known as OG Premium Kush, was first cultivated almost thirty years ago in Florida. Its exact lineage is unknown, but many believe it results from a cross of Chemdawg, Hindu Kush, and Lemon Thai with an unknown strain. It is one of the most recognized and widely used marijuana strains.
THC: 22%
CBD: 1.1%
Grade: AAA

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The balanced Sativa and Indica composition produce well-rounded effects appreciated by many worldwide. Its buds are hardy, resinous, and dark green with a grapes-like shape. They are covered with white gold, tiny and sparkling trichomes with shiny resin. OG Kush’s unique terpene profile gives it an overwhelmingly earthy, spicy flavor. On exhale, users report having sour citrus and woody flavors with notes of pine and other dank kush flavors.

The fast-hitting high of this strain promotes sociability, chattiness, hunger, and giggling. A few hits soothe your nerves, encourage you to munch on food, and motivate you to talk with others.

The stereotypical high of OG Kush suits social situations. The typical effects induce appetite, calm a mood swing, diffuse a bout of depression, and dispel a tiring headache. Try this strain in the afternoon on do-nothing days to relax and unwind.



Each year, cannabis growers produce new and unique strains from different combinations of parent plants. These cannabis hybrids are often grown to target specific effects. Hybrids are typically grown on farms or in greenhouses from a combination of Sativa and Indica strains.


Farmers and producers select hybrids for their unique impacts. They can range from reducing anxiety and stress to easing symptoms of pain and nausea.

Day or Night?

This depends on the predominant effects of the hybrid.

THC vs CBD Levels:

Many hybrid cannabis plants are grown in order to increase the THC percentage, but each type has a unique ratio of the two cannabinoids.

Plant Characteristics:

The appearance of hybrid strains depends on the combination of the parent plants.