In the 416. Great perfume smell. Excellent, immediate head shot that mellows in to a beautiful, but real couch-locking body buzz. Great for late night vegetating - you aren't being productive after a few tokes.
There isn't much information available about this indica-dominant hybrid. The sativa/cannabis ratio is 20:80, so Gog & Magog delivers a high concentrated mostly on the body. Users should find this strain relaxing and calming, though specifics of its effects are largely unknown. But it's a powerful strain, with high THC levels, though, again, exact details are unknown. The same goes for CBD content, but Gog & Magog is indicated as a treatment because of its THC content rather than its CBD levels. This hard-to-find this strain can be used to treat nausea, pain, inflammation, and intraocular pressure (glaucoma). A native of Israel, Grog & Magog is named after two historical figures first mentioned in the Old Testament and later in both Christian and Muslim texts. Early Jewish writers used Gog, a Scythian who invaded Israel more than 2,500 years ago, as a Gentile foil. Over the centuries, the term "Gog and Magog" came to be associated with the apocalypse, a link pushed even further with the marijuana strain. The high this strain provides is body-oriented, best reserved for late at night. Use of this strain can lead to dry mouth, though it's unclear if there are other unwanted effects. There's little data on the taste, smell, or appearance of this Middle Eastern original.
Hybrid - 50% Sativa /50% Indica