Illuminati OG Marijuana Strain

Indica Dominant Hybrid Strain Indica Dominant Hybrid 70% Indica / 30% Sativa

THC: 22%

Illuminati OG is a rare indica dominant hybrid strain created as a direct cut from Josh D’s 1996 Club 33 OG. This hard to find bud is infamous for its introspective thought-inducing high that leaves you questioning everything and anything around you. You’ll feel the high start in the crown of your head with a deep feeling of relaxation that spreads slowly throughout the rest of your body with warming tendrils. This state is very euphoric and giggly, although pretty introspective, leaving you lost in thought and laughing sporadically. Eventually, the permeating body high will leave you slightly sleepy as your mind wanders through focused creative visions. Thanks to these effects and its super potent 22%+ THC level, Illuminati OG is said to be perfect for treating conditions such as chronic pain, insomnia, fatigue, inflammation, and glaucoma or eye pressure. This bud has a sweet fresh flavor of rich earth and pine and an aroma to match, although it takes on a floral effect as the nugs are broken apart. Illuminati OG buds have dense olive green heart-shaped nugs with bright amber hairs and matching crystal trichomes.
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Like this strain a lot. Helps me sleep and is good for pain as it slowly puts me in lala land! It tastes alright, not my favorite taste, but I keep coming back for it for the effects it helps me with. I have a hard time finding strains that knock me out properly, and this does the trick!

It's a good strain. And yes it is a gooey strain with the buds hard to break up. Nice flavor too. I have major anxiety and insomnia and this strain relaxes me and helps me sleep at night. A pretty good indica I'd say...

Great stuff. Relaxing and pain relief was nice. No paranoia either.

Sooooooooooooooo goooooooood!!!!!!

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