About Opal OG Kush
Before you fall completely in love with this strain we should warn you - it’s likely that she’s not really around much anymore. Opal OG Kush is the child of now-defunct Nine Point Growth Industries out of Washington. At the time, they had crossed Frankenstein and Lemon OG Kush to get a bold indica-dominant plant, but all traces of these genetics are probably long gone.
Opal OG Kush does come in with a decent THC potency, however, averaging right around 19% and topping out at 26%. Her nugs are simply delicious with a dark green shade that’s complemented by dark orange hairs. Golden trichomes are plentiful and when coupled with sticky resin, you just might fall in love. A predominantly savory blend of earth and pine will take over your palate with hints of citrus peeking through just to brighten things up a bit.
Kicking in rather quickly, this bud brings on a strong high that includes euphoria, creativity, and intense focus that rivals the best plants out there. If you’re in the mood to get things done, take advantage of this time now and you’ll likely find that your efforts pay off handsomely. Yet this state is short-lived and before you know it your body will be melting like ice cream in the sun. Arousal and deep relaxation fill you from head to toe, making Opal OG Kush a great strain to enjoy when you’re at home with a loved one.
Covering a plethora of medical ailments, this bud is a prime choice for wanting to zone out at the end of a long day and have your worries taken away from you with ease. Above all else, Opal OG Kush helps with stress and depression, but treating insomnia comes in at a close second. Other seemingly random issues of muscle spasms and eye pressure can also be soothed with this bud, making her a bit of a wildcard when it comes to true relief. Ultimately, if you’re going to get high anyway, why not choose a strain that can help with a myriad of issues?
Here’s where our story gets pretty sad, as Opal OG Kush plants are likely no more. Due to issues with back taxes, Nine Point Growth Industries was the first operation in Washington to have their plants seized for noncompliance. Owner Gregory Stewart had to leave a lot behind, and the livelihood of Opal OG Kush is probably long gone in the wind.
However, if you do happen to stumble upon some of this magical bud in a dispensary, you’ll want to at least give her a try while you can. An ideal mix of productive and relaxing effects is reason enough, but enjoying a legend before it’s gone forever is also motivation to take a toke or two.