About Lost Coast OG
Lost Coast OG is a California-born Indica dominant hybrid, crossed from Chemdawg 4, Pakistani Kush and Lemon Thai. It has a signature lemon and pine OG smell and a balanced Sativa/Indica high. THC content is moderate, measured between 10 and 15%.
Buds of Lost Coast OG are medium-sized and dense - the trichrome-laden leaves curl and spiral into themselves. The complex aroma is lemon-forward, with a deep and earthy pine undertone. Broken open, the nugs have a musky smell. Despite this dank profile, the smoke is surprisingly smooth. When exhaled, this strain has a tart citrus taste, similar to sour lemon candy.
Lost Coast OG comes up on the consumer quickly, with a briefly disorienting head high. This initial buzz dissolves into a clearheaded focus perfect for everyday errands or creative projects. The cerebral effects are matched by a spacey body high. Couchlock uncommon and users report being able to push past this strain’s mild sedation if they so desire. Not Indica-heavy enough to be beneficial for insomnia, this strain is more suited to daytime or evening relief of general aches and pains.
Although Lost Coast OG can be successfully grown indoors or outdoors, it does not fare well in greenhouses, as it is susceptible to mildew. Plants have a particularly high yield – growers should use trellises or other supports to support the large terminal colas. Indoors, this strain flowers in 8 to 9 weeks; before flowering happens, plants should be pruned to allow for maximum development of thick calyxes in the undergrowth.
Lost Coast OG is a potent and flavorful addition to the OG (“ocean grown”) family, a group of popular West Coast-conceived hybrids. Because of its Asian landrace parents, this strain is also valuable for further crossbreeding.