The Californian queen
• 1100 g/plant
• 3 m
• Early October / Mid-October
• 550 g/m2
• 55 days
- Lemon Thai
Perfect for: Those who love extremely potent cannabis strains with complex tastes, as well as for curious growers who wish to meet a strain that has made history.
OG Kush cannabis seeds are a must in the catalogue of any self-respecting seed bank. She's not only one of the most requested strains in California and, therefore, in the entire world, but also the winner of the 'Best strain of all times' title issued by the cannabis bible High Times. In view of such amazing traits, at Dinafem Seeds we were determined to create the best OG Kush ever. The taste, potency and fame of OG Kush were too distinctive and exquisite not to put all our energy and resources into the process. That's why our team of breeders decided to develop our OG Kush by crossing two elite genetics: the exotic Lemon Thai and the legendary Chemdawg. The result is a cannabis plant with very intense and complex organoleptic nuances that many describe as "lemon-scented floor-cleaner with BBQ ashes", and with an extremely potent high caused by her almost 25 % THC content.
- 3rd prize in the Indoor category at the V Copa Cannamex Extremadura.
- Flavour of the Year 2014, Soft Secrets Spain
Despite there being many theories regarding the meaning of the acronym OG, the most widespread explanation is that they refer to the words “Ocean Grown”, that is to say, grown next to the ocean. Be that as it may, OG Kush is an extraordinarily easy-to-grow Indica-like marijuana hybrid that turns into a mid-sized plant in a remarkably short time. Her being so bushy and branchy makes it necessary to do some pruning if we want to boost her yield. She can also be used as a mother plant from which to obtain lots of cuttings.
OG Kush produces a bunch of dense, thick, resinous and lime-green-coloured buds all over her numerous branches. In fact, this heavy-producer can provide up to 550 g/m2 indoors and some 1100 g/plant outdoors.
Aromas and flavours
One of the reasons why OG Kush is the talk of the town is because of her amazing taste. We could sum it up by saying it’s an explosive mix of hints of diesel, berries and citrus, but we think the words of our collaborator Green Born Identity are far more illustrative. In his grow report, he said that “her fantastic nuggets smell that much like gasoline that one could almost believe that, filled into a car’s tank, OG Kush extraction oil would act as a kind of rocket fuel. However, that citrus subnote is still present as well, making this odour a spectacular overpowering aroma blend that brings tears to my eyes”.
OG Kush provides an incredibly potent buzz, with 24 % THC content and 0.23 % CBD, according to our Lab tests. Her effect is very intense, like a super euphoric physical and cerebral punch. Some describe it like an invigorating 'high' while others think it’s rather narcotic, but they all agree on it being as strong as it's debilitating.
OG Kush is vigorous, resistant and very easy to grow. Her bushy structure makes her a great choice for growing indoors when there isn’t much space available. We strongly recommend using SOG in that case. Outdoors, OG Kush thrives in Mediterranean-like warm climates or under the protection of the greenhouse. In perfect growing conditions, she could easily reach heights of 3 m and yields of 1100 g/plant. OG Kush is also very interesting due to her short flowering cycle, lasting no more than 55 days.
Total amount of cannabinoids*: 18.23%
*Cannabis contains at least 113 cannabinoids, which can be either acidic or neutral. When heated – e.g. through smoking, vaping or cooking – acidic cannabinoids decarboxylate and become neutral. This report refers only to the main cannabinoids – acidic and neutral – in this strain.
Total amount of terpenes*: 4.154%
*Cannabis contains over 100 terpenes. These compounds create the aroma unique to each strain and can interact with cannabinoids. This report refers only to the 15 most abundant terpenes in this strain.
These results have been obtained by liquid chromatography coupled to a UV-visible HPLC Detector (HPLC-UV/VIS) for identifying the cannabinoids and by gas chromatography coupled to a flame ionization detector (GC-FID) for the collection of terpenes. The equipment has been previously calibrated and quality control samples were run to assure the accuracy of the results. The data shown here is the average of samples coming from several plants grown from seeds by different growers.
The data contained within this report was collected in accordance with the requirements defined by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in their Recommended Methods for the Identification and Analysis of Cannabis and Cannabis Products. We hereby attest that the information contained within the report has been reviewed for accuracy and checked against the quality control requirements for each method.