OG B Strain
OG B is an unknown and difficult to find a strain of marijuana. Because of this, information on this strain is relatively hard to come by. But there are a number of anecdotal reports which suggest that this is an incredibly powerful strain of marijuana, as are most strains with the two letters “OG” in the name. It has a very powerful smell, with dark green leaves and orange hairs. Trichomes on this strain are sparse and it is probably not ideal for THC concentrates. Though the smell may not be the most pleasant, the taste has a wonderful flavor of pine and strawberries. This strain is most often found in dispensaries in California, as are a lot of OG variants including OG A, OG C, OG D and so on. The attributes most commonly associated with OG B are that it is relaxing and peaceful. It has dense buds and is a 60% 40% Indica dominant hybrid with unknown genetics. The effects are strong but the couchlock effects are not overwhelming.
Why do Patients Use OG B?
OG B is available practically exclusively in California, where it originated from. OG B is an excellent strain for those suffering from pain, stress, insomnia or eating disorders. It is sometimes prescribed for moderate cases of depression. This is a powerful strain best for evening use as opposed to the afternoon, though the effects are not that overwhelming.
Medical Uses of OG B
Side-Effects of OG B
Information about OG B
60% Indica 40% Sativa
The genetic lineage of OG B is unknown.
OG B has a rating of 8.7 on the stoned meter.
The THC content of OG B is unknown, but could possibly average around 18-20%.
The Breeder of OG B is unknown.
Around 7-9 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
Does best in an indoor Sea of Green setup.
OG B grows between 3-5 feet.
OG B is a low yielding plant.
OG B requires moderate growing skills.
No potential problems associated with OG B.