About Hashbar OG
Everyone certainly has their own opinion regarding where the best cannabis comes from, but the Pacific Northwest is typically toward the top of many people’s lists. Archive Seed Bank continues to prove just how great plants from this area can be with Hashbar OG, a cross between Face Off OG and the PNW Hashplant. Bold in flavor and effects, it’s a favorite of many in Washington and Oregon.
Hashbar OG is quite consistent with her potency, measuring anywhere between 20% and 24% THC. Her nugs are almost cute with a small and tight structure that’s covered with fuzzy orange hairs and small trichomes, nearly resembling a tiny woodland creature. Straightforward in her flavors yet strong at the same time, smokers will be enveloped in citrus, earth, and pine, making for a great daytime toke.
Many users report that Hashbar OG is the perfect strain for rainy afternoons when you need some extra motivation to get things done. It’s common to feel a burst of creativity after you exhale along with a lift in your mood that tends to last for several hours. If you’re up to it, take this time to cross off some items on your to-do list or spend time catching up with friends. Before long, Hashbar OG’s relaxing side will likely soon show her face and help you to unwind for the rest of the evening. Unless your tolerance is quite low, you’ll probably enjoy feeling relaxed rather than super heavy or sedated.
While she doesn’t boast much in the way of CBD, Hashbar OG is still a great option for those looking to medicate with cannabis. It’s been said that this strain works wonders for individuals who struggle with stress or depression, often soothing anxious thoughts at a moment’s notice. Whether you deal with the occasional ache and pain or you have a more chronic condition, Hashbar OG could be the perfect plant to offer long-lasting relief. Some have also found that nausea or a loss of appetite can be rectified by taking just a few tokes of this strong gal.
Experienced growers claim that Hashbar OG is a very resilient plant and can withstand extreme sunshine, unusual lighting conditions, and humidity. Planting her inside as well as outdoors seems to be feasible, and experimenting with how you cultivate her could yield some interesting results. Plants tend to end up being quite short but growers can try hydroponics as well as Sea of Green to change up their harvest results. Indoor growth is said to take a mere 7 to 9 weeks while outdoor plants are ready at the end of September.
Even if you’re newer to smoking cannabis and don’t have a fully formed tolerance yet, Hashbar OG is a strain that you can’t afford to pass up. Between her exciting flavor profile and the mixture of up and down effects she’s said to provide, this strain could be the next best thing coming out of the Pacific Northwest.