About OG Poison
While there’s nothing poisonous about this strain, just a few hits will make you feel as if someone drugged you - but in the best way possible. Rumored to have been initially cultivated in 1996 from a seed found in a pound of OG, no one really knows for sure where OG Poison came from. It’s believed that her genetics are that of OG Kush and Durban Poison, but it doesn’t seem that anyone is willing to put money on that guess.
Described as a pretty strong strain, a 20% average THC level tends to hit users harder than they imagined it would. Nugs are typically pretty dense and don’t do much in the way of catching the eye, as their green tone is rather dull. However, a pleasing flavor experience awaits you, as a nutty and woody blend with hints of pine linger on your tongue and in your nose. Pungeant is putting it lightly, so make sure you enjoy OG Poison in a place where cannabis is allowed.
To recommend using this strain in the evening time is an understatement, as OG Poison will knock you out in no time flat. It goes without saying that individuals with insomnia rely heavily on this strain to get them the much needed night of sleep then need. However before you drift away to Dreamland, you’ll enjoy a euphoric mental boost that’s often accompanied by a bit of hunger. Some feel more focused for a short period of time before the eventual bodily relaxation kicks in.
In addition to helping you fall asleep fast, OG Poison is great for general cases of aches and pains. Headaches, cramps, and sore muscles will all be soothed with ease, and while some believe this strain has a higher amount of CBD than normal, exact percentages are hard to come by. If you’re feeling stressed and need to escape for the rest of the night, this strain is your new go-to.
Remember how we mentioned the legendary origins of OG Poison? Well the ability to grow this plant yourself is just as mythical. Many report that she’s available in clone-only form, and that the strain will perform well either indoors or outside. As far as flowering periods, size of your expected yield, and any other information whatsoever, your guess is as good as ours. If you do want to roll the dice and buy a clone or two, enlist the help of an experienced grower just in case.
Not exactly the party strain you might be after, OG Poison offers a set of benefits that are helpful yet specific. If you live outside of Los Angeles or Arizona, you may never even come across this plant anyway, but for those of you who can access it, keep some handy for those extra hard days.