Sour OG Strain
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
The Sour OG marijuana strain produces a well-balanced high that typically leaves consumers feeling uplifted, euphoric, and happy. The strain is made by crossing the Sour Diesel and OG Kush strains. It has been around for a while in clone form and, as of mid-2016, is now available in seed form for those who prefer many choices in genetics.
It originates from California. Although many other strains were made using Sour Diesel or OG Kush, this one has been prevalent. People like the fact that it is available in clone form and crossed with a heavy indica to give it more of a heavy body stone.
Medical marijuana patients and recreational smokers alike appreciate the hard-hitting high it produces and the fact that it is a hybrid strain. This strain has been proven to help with stress, depression, migraines, pain, insomnia, appetite loss, nausea, and anxiety.
The negative effects of this strain include dry mouth, anxiety, hazy thinking, paranoia, and dizziness. This strain has a THC content that ranges from 17-25%. This is considered to be an average amount for most strains.
The buds of Sour OG are usually dense and quite round with hairy dark green leaves. Sometimes the leaves are covered in small white hairs as well. This strain is usually light green with dark olive-green leaves as well. Growing this strain indoors under organic conditions can help the plant develop a unique aroma unique to Sour OG.
Sour OG usually grows to be about 5 feet tall and has a really dense weight. This strain is usually not too sticky with the trichomes and will fall right off its branches if you touch it. Flowering takes about 8-9 weeks, depending on the amount of light it is given. It is a good idea for Sour OG to be grown in soil that includes nutrients like fish emulsion or fertilizer.