THC levels can exceed 18% in this strain, which is a sativa-dominant hybrid with an unknown balance of sativa and indica. Not much is known about it, though its CBD levels are reportedly very low, less than 1%, which is too low to recommend Oro OG for treatment of health problems that respond to that cannabinoid, such as severe epileptic disorders. The sativa genes lead to a strong cerebral experience mixed with more limited physical qualities. Expect creativity, energy, euphoria, mental focus, and happiness, together with couch-lock effects. These traits make Oro OG an effective tool in the medical treatment of anxiety, low mood, mood disorders, chronic pain, insomnia, and stress. The flavor is reportedly spicy, and the nugs are dense and light green with orange hairs, but not much is known about how this strain tastes. There are few patient reports of adverse effects with Oro OG, but as usual, watery eyes, and cottonmouth are probably the most common. Club Oro, a medical marijuana dispensary, was the birthplace of this strain, which can still be found there. But elsewhere Oro OG is a rarity.
Hybrid - 50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 14% - 19%, CBD: 1%, CBN: 1%