Sky OG Strain


THC: 18% - 20%

Sky OG is a indica dominant hybrid (15% sativa/85% indica) strain that is a potent cross between the insanely popular OG Kush Private Reserve X Skywalker strains. This dank bud boasts an average THC level ranging from 18-20%. Sky OG users describe the high as one that has an almost immediate onset of an extremely energetic and powerfully motivating cerebral head high with intensified awareness and creativity. This bud has been described to being the equivalent of drinking a full pot of espresso in one sitting with an indica anchor to keep you from completely flying off the handle. Upon the come down, you'll feel slight tendencies towards laziness and lethargy as well as an intense case of the munchies. Due to these effects, Sky OG is an ideal strain for treating patients suffering from conditions such as insomnia, chronic pain due to injury or illness, and appetite loss. Sky OG buds have thick rock-hard insanely dense spade-shaped buds that are bright neon green with amber undertones. These nugs are covered with thick twisty dark red hairs and a fine layer of crystal white trichomes and resin. It has an aroma and flavor of lemony pine with sweet earthy tones.
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That s*** is gas

Piney smell, and nice looking buds. Definitely for the night time. Drowsiness occurs in the med/strong range.

Picked this up as a live resin and I must say it’s delicious both in taste and effect!

Just picked some up very impressed!

just got me 7 grams of this strain wow great stuff super sticky its loaded with crystals taste like high quality stuff

Wow it's bag and is strong💪🏾

Spinal Discectomies, new shoulder rotator cuff tears, with horrid Neuropathy pains and nerve spasms. Treats migraines

Awesome ducking weed my friends

Feels a little drowsy to me. Surprised at the high sativa to indica ratio. But was also drinking booze while smoking so that could have been it. Slept through new years though

Sky OG brilliant

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