OG Kush Profile

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SKU:
TTP-PN-OGK-30

Product Overview

Strain: Hybrid

Fragrance: Earth, pine, wood

Effects: Attention, motivation, drive, and improves focus

OG Kush, a hybrid strain with a distinctive earthy, pine, woody aroma, is well-known for soothing, euphoric effects. This strain has spawned several varieties – Tahoe OG, SFV OG, and Alpha OG, to name a few.

Fragrance: Earth, pine, wood

Effect: Attention, motivation, drive, and improves focus

True Terpenes is a leader in precision botanical terpene blends using pure, food grade isolated compounds derived from non-cannabis sources. Each profile is curated using quality analytics to positively reflect their namesake plant. The following information is intended to inform our audience of the origins and cultural significance behind our botanical strain profile.

When discussing some of the most essential and popular strains in cannabis, it is difficult not to have OG Kush in the equation. The hybrid with an uncertain history is a potent strain that is responsible for numerous phenotypes including SFV OG and Tahoe OG. OG Kush’s influence on cannabis has been so immense that Leafly called it “the genetic backbone of West Coast cannabis varieties.”

Depending on your sources, OG Kush maybe a Florida transplant that made its way to L.A. in the mid-‘90s. In other cases, it may be the result of a Canadian grow operation. Adding to the confusion, the “OG” has long been debated as well, with some citing the California strain Original Gangster. Meanwhile, those who subscribe to the Canadian origin story would likely consider the name to be a reference to the shut down Canadian grow location OverGrown.com. Even its lineage is up for debate, with most settling on Chemdawg and Hindu Kush as its parents. Regardless the history, one thing that is certain is OG Kush is a multiple award-winning cannabis flower that is both high in THC content and keeps people going through the day.

OG Kush’s fragrances give consumers a hefty whiff of nature. Hints include Earth, pine and wood that scores of cannabis enthusiasts rave about. Additionally, OG Kush steps out of the woods with lemon in the mix as well. When lit, OG Kush’s wood taste comes to the forefront with a touch of sweet notes as well.

With a significant potency, it should come as no surprise that OG Kush is regarded for its knack at providing significant levels of energy and euphoria. In some instances, consumers report feeling couch locked. In other cases, users report feeling uplifted with the ability to engage in lively conversations and enhance their experiences around everything from exercise to playing video games.

For years, OG Kush has developed a reputation as one of the industry’s finest strains. Adult consumers find immense comfort in the strain with uncertain origins. In addition to its rejuvenating capabilities, OG Kush is one of the more iconic, exquisite smelling strains you can get your hands on. Do yourself a favor and transport yourself into nature with OG Kush. It will start an experience that is almost assuredly going to rank at the top of your list.

 

OG Kush-Specific Certificates:
Product Spec | Certificate of Analysis | Safety Data Sheet | Food Safety

Company-Specific Certificates:
ISO 9001:2015 | GMP Certification | FSSC 22000

 

Storage Requirements
Keep in original container, lid securely tightened and away from heat, open flames, sunlight, combustible materials and hot surfaces. No Smoking. Store in a cool dry place. Improper storage can cause terpenes to degrade.

Dilution
Terpene Strain & Flavor-Infused Strain Profiles, Effects-Based Terpene Profiles & Terpene Flavors:
The Terpene products above must be diluted prior to use. (1-5% by total volume). Terpenes are oil soluble and mix well with plant extracts, coconut oil, and more.

Viscosity Extract Modifier:
The Terpene product above must be diluted prior to use. (1-3% by total volume). Terpenes are oil soluble and mix well with plant extracts, coconut oil, and more.

Handle With Care
Can cause skin irritation, do not use PRIOR to dilution.

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