About West OG
If there were a weed bucket list, and we don’t doubt there are many personal weed bucket lists, this strain would definitely be on it. Bred by Fat Buds Company using the insanely popular Chemdawg and Humbolt, this potent bud is not to be confused with the classic West Coast OG, and when you try it you’ll understand why.
This heavy hitter boasts high THC levels of 16% to 22% and an indica-dominant blend of 70/30. The buds on this lovely lady are small and piecey with neon green and yellow hues. Her orange hairs and thick coating of glittering trichomes compliment the already sensory engaging aromas. Citrus and musk will be heavy on your nose, while rich buttery flavors and citrus undertones round out the flavor profile.
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The high from West OG is one of a kind and said to be not for the faint of heart. Found mostly in Humboldt County, CA, this bud hits you with a one-two punch of euphoria and focused awareness without increasing your heart rate or giving you racing thoughts. Because of the strong indica properties, the body high is deep and steadfast. It will hold tightly to your motivation and not let go, leaving you with a happy but weighted feeling.
Medicinal users love this strain for its sedative properties, making it ideal for staving off pain, eye pressure, and headaches, and giving users the breath of fresh air that’s often much desired. For the treatment of insomnia, try this bud an hour before bed and allow yourself to fall into the trance that awaits you. Novice users beware, as this strain is recommended for intermediate to advanced smokers.
If you’ve ever wanted to try growing your own bud but don’t know where to start, give this auto-flowering plant a try. Said to be as breezy and easy as the smoke itself, West OG is an indoor/outdoor strain that does spectacularly well in mild to warm climates. The flowering time is 8 to 9 weeks or an early October harvest if grown outside.
If you want to try a budding connoisseur strain before it becomes too rare to get your hands on, give this one a try. If you are in the Humboldt area in particular, there’s really no reason not to – it’s flavorful, inviting, and one for the books. Enjoy West OG in the early evening to night time as an after dinner treat or a nightcap.