About Greenhouse OG
Greenhouse OG is an indica-dominant strain (70/30), sometimes referred to as “Greenhouse Kush,” with an unknown genetic origin. However, some suggest a genealogy that includes OG Kush and an unknown Indica strain, potentially Hindu Kush or Chemdawg or a combination of the two. What we do know is that the strain hails from California around Pacific Beach and is only sold as clones. It has a THC level that hangs out around 20%. Continue reading to learn what we know about Greenhouse OG and why you might want to give it a try, regardless of who its parents were.
The Greenhouse OG strain is only available in clone form, as we mentioned. It should finish growing in around 49-70 days and is listed as having a “moderate” growing difficulty. This means that newcomers may want to cut their teeth on a strain with more information available. Regardless, the Greenhouse OG plant has small, forest-green nugs shaped like little spades. They grow in tight bunches like grapes amid bright orange pistils and a thick cloak of crystal trichomes, which have an opaque white appearance.
The flavor of this bud is sweet, sour, and citrusy. The overwhelming sensation is of lemon and pine, with a floral exhale. As you smoke, the strain gets spicier and more sour, with undertones of herbs getting the jump on the initial, sweeter sensations.
Its high follows this tranquil, easygoing flavor with effects that leave users feeling happy and unable to focus on anything. This euphoria is followed by a feeling of happiness and deep sedation, which may include hunger. If you want to feel lazy at the end of a long day and be locked to your couch with no choice but to relax, Greenhouse OG could be your new evening showstopper.
Calm, lazy, sleepy, and stressless – these are the characteristics of those who hang out in a haze of Greenhouse OG. The taste may be an approachable blend of sweet and sour, but the aroma is deceptively complex, with citrus florals and herbal spices coming in from all angles. All of that just enhances its mind-dulling allure.
We recommend only using Greenhouse OG in the evenings when you have time to veg out and be lazy, calm, and quiet. The strain can make you hungry, so be prepared for a wave of snackiness before the final sleep sets in. The strain’s origins may not be well-documented, but its effects (and consequently its benefits) are anything but a mystery.