When first enjoying this amazing strain one must accept that it has characteristics of two of the most potent and desirable strains available for one a potent high (Kush) and two a medicinal and tasty treat (chocolope). Once you see these two beauties come together in sheer magical botany you will appreciate the head and light body high these strains introduce. Taken orally there is more of a head high that proceeds with clear, euphoric and expanded thought avenues. The body high is very slight if somewhat nonexistent until two plus hours into the edible effects. Smoking this strain reveals depth into a slight cookie and berry taste and has a light behind the eyes buzz that entrances the senses as the body is moderately light and floaty. A strain I would highly recommend with my vast personal experience with MMJ.
Sativa Dominant Hybrid - 70% Sativa / 30% Indica
THC: 20%Citadel OG is a cross between OG Kush and Chocolope. It is a sativa dominant strain with a 30:70 indica/sativa ratio. The strain produces an amazing 20% THC content and is quite potent. Upon closer inspection, you will come to realize the buds are completely different from any other sativa strain you may have medicated with before. The nuggets are beautiful and are dark/light green in color. Additionally, they are covered with orange hairs and are rich in trichomes. The strain has a chocolate, blackberry, citrus and a very clean aroma to it. As for the taste, it is different from its smell. As soon as you smoke the strain, you will notice a blend of caramel, champagne and buttered popcorn. The high is sensational to say the least. Citadel OG offers a heady high but a body buzz is completely non-existent. The effects of the strain last for three hours without breaking a sweat. The high usually starts from the back of the eyes and makes its way through the rest of the body. Eventually, you will feel light and floaty in no time. On the other hand, the strain is popularly used by patients suffering from medical conditions like muscle spasms, depression, stress, anxiety and even mood disorders.