About Doc OG
You might see this strain on the shelves with a slight variance on her name, but rest assured, you’ve found the real deal with Doc OG. This cross between Face Off OG and Rare Dankness #1 is a High Times Cannabis Cup winner and is said to bring smokers the ultimate in relaxation. Crafted by Rare Dankness themselves, it’s a true example of what good quality breeding can do.
Newer smokers should beware, as Doc OG averages around the 24% THC range and often packs a big punch. Yellow and green shades dominate each nug and can be found everywhere from her base color to her pistils to the thick coating of trichomes that glitters in the sun. Less intense than some might think given her lineage, this strain offers flavors and aromas that blend herbs and spices, wood, and a hint of sweetness that perfectly balances each inhale.
It’s recommended that recreational smokers enjoy Doc OG with caution, as her effects have been reported to be quite stealthy, lying dormant for some time before sneaking up on you like a thief in the night. When she does kick in, prepare for what some say is an intense hazy cerebral feeling that leaves you happy and relaxed. Before long, this feeling will likely spread throughout your entire body and all you’ll be able to think about is getting horizontal. For some, munchies kick in quite heavily during this time, so keeping snacks handy will be super helpful.
Smokers can certainly play on this strain’s name and state that it’s just what the doctor ordered, but there’s a reason that Rare Dankness dubbed this gal as such. This bud’s potential ability to help in therapeutic scenarios is one of the main reasons people love her so much, as issues like depression and anxiety rarely stand a chance. General bodily pain, as well as nausea or a loss of appetite, is also reported to be eased after a few tokes, and if you have a lower tolerance and need a good night of sleep, try a little Doc OG before bed.
Rare Dankness isn’t shy about making their seeds available for home growers, but finding Doc OG is often a bit difficult for even the savviest internet sleuths. Breeders report that she takes between 7 to 9 weeks to flower, but any other cultivation tips are few and far between. If you’re able to locate seeds of Doc OG online, it’s advised that you consult with an experienced grower.
Although this strain contains far less THC than others on the market, it can’t be stressed enough that you’ll want to take it slow and easy with Doc OG. Her effects can be quite delayed, so it’s best to consume this bud as usual and sit back and wait. While you’re on stand-by, grab snacks and a blanket and put on your favorite movie. Before you know it your cares will likely wash away and you’ll have the night of your life.