Lost Coast OG Strain

Indica Dominant Hybrid 60% Indica / 40% Sativa

THC: 26%

It is a genetically altered Chemdawg-4 with traits of the Pakistani Kush and Lemon Thai. The cannabis has dense buds with a frosted appearance. It has the best of both worlds because even though indica dominates the marijuana, the sativa ratio is not far off. (60:40 indica/sativa ratio) The THC rating is high and the Lost OG is very strong due to the highly potent Chem-4. The pungent and dank smell gives the strain a bag appeal and gives the user an idea of how incredible the high will be. Lost OG comes in a citrus, sour and kush flavor which tantalizes the smokers taste buds with every exhale as well as sends them into a euphoric state. The cerebral effects improve the mood and instill creativity and sociable attitude, which translates in a good conversation. The Lost OG strain calms the nerves and soothes the brain. It relieves people of anxiety, pain, insomnia and depression. Patients of Crohn's disease, PTSD and cancer have reported a lower pain scale, nausea subsiding and inflammation cooling down after smoking this weed. Due to the strong kick, novice users are recommended to stay away from this type of cannabis and stick to milder strains.
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Nice calming effect. Tantalizes you taste buds Soft on the pallet


Really nice, but dry eyes like whoa.


Good as fuck I stwear to god


All around great smoke! Taste is very earthy with spicy undertones. The high is uplifting, happy, and mood enhancing with a nicely balanced over all buzz, that will last a couple of hours. I would highly recommend this strain to friends!


Fun, comfortable, relaxing, you're still functional kind of high. Great way to start the day with right before you step in the office to tackle a hectic shift a work.


It's ass kick weed. I'm not a real fan of the earthy aroma. which is why it gets 4 stars.


Balanced high, excellent smoke and flavor. Reminds of an old school gold.

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