Sour OG Kush Strain
As a classic fifty/fifty hybrid strain, Sour OG Kush is beloved by patients everywhere who enjoy the balanced buzz of equal Sativa and Indica genes. As the baby of Sour Diesel and OG Kush, two of the most widely available and popular strains of all time; Sour OG Kush has been around for some time already in both seed and clone form.
This strain promises delectable plants. Buds are round and very, very dense. Each bud has enormous and sticky trichomes, a typical trait of its OG Kush parent, and plants are simply laden with them. Both taste and smell contain characteristics of both parents, with a distinct Kush undertone and a piney lemon flavor hinting mildly of fuel. Some harvests have a more fruity taste.
Why Patients Use Sour OG Kush?
Described by many patients as a “one-hit-quit” strain, Sour OG is powerfully potent medicine. It’s Sativa genetics are first to kick in, and the first effects patients feel is an energetic head high that gently fades into a relaxing, full body stone so typical of Indicas. A fast acting, long lasting strain that treats pain and other symptoms quickly and effectively, Sour OG is a best-selling strain in California.
Medical Uses of Sour OG Kush
Loss of Appetite
Side Effects of Sour OG Kush
Information about Sour OG Kush
50 percent Indica and 50 percent Sativa
Sour OG is a hybrid cross of the world-famous Sour Diesel and the widely loved OG Kush.
This strain gets a score of seven on the stoned meter. Despite its potency, it will not cause couchlock.
THC content typically ranges between 13 percent and 17 percent, but has been as high as 27 percent.
Sour OG flowers within nine weeks indoors. It is ready for harvest around October if grown outdoors.
Ideal Growing Method
This strain thrives in warm, dry climates. Most use a hydroponics system when growing indoors.
This is a medium-sized plant that usually grows to around four feet tall.
Each plant produces roughly 19 ounces outdoors and 16 ounces indoors of high-quality bud.
Sour OG Kush is more suited to advanced growing techniques. It is not an ideal strain for novice growers.
This strain does poorly in overly humid conditions. It is prone to rotting buds, root diseases, and mold.