About Pacific OG
Pacific OG is a mid-powered, evenly balanced strain whose composition and effects are well-known — even though its heritage isn’t. The best we can determine is that Pacific OG is a phenotype in the OG Kush lineage, though the specific identities of its parents are not common knowledge. Despite this, the enjoyable, citrus-earthy power of the strain has been encouraging people to relax into a meditative comfort state for years. Continue reading to learn about Pacific OG and what you can expect if you can get some.
This strain flowers in around 54-64 days, growing taller outdoors (up to 80 inches) and yielding pretty well. The plant itself consists of small, round buds that are light, minty green, and bursting with light orange pistils and small, frosty trichomes. Its terpene profile contains a mix of limonene, linalool, valencene, phellandrene, terpinolene, and trace amounts of pinene.
The result is a flavor chemistry that favors a bright citrus flavor at first, and transforms into undertones of sweet pine and a classically Kush exhale. The aroma of the strain is fresh pine, lemon, and outdoorsy herbs. Flavor hints hiding in the Pacific OG palette include woodsy flavors, floral undertones, a little spice, fresh earth, and the taste of sweet apricot.
The strain captures the essence of relaxation in its rounded little buds, giving yogis and meditative users the ability to lay back into their afternoon and shrug off the world. Users report feeling the giggles as they smoke Pacific OG, with surges of creativity and happiness being the only things distracting them from total relaxation. Some potential side effects include dry mouth, tingling, drowsiness, and over-alertness, so make sure you take your time and enjoy your feelings of bliss before you overdo it.
We recommend using this strain in the afternoon so any creative energy and heightened senses can be put to good use. Pacific OG pairs well with yoga, a spa day, a creative hobby, watching a fun movie with friends, and just generally enjoying yourself. Getting the giggles on Pacific OG is common, but so is laziness, hunger, and de-stressing after a hard day’s work. We don’t consider this strain to have an overwhelming or sedating high despite beefy THC levels in the lower 20s. However, it’s probably not the best bud to pair with work or business since you’ll feel lazy, relaxed, and ready to just kick back.