Great . Uplifting and pure with no b.s . Of course your high as hell but little stoned reflection , introspection , etc. . 5 stars for a great high .
Sativa Dominant Hybrid - 70% Sativa / 30% Indica
THC: 19% - 21%, CBD: 1%Sunshine OG, also known as “Sunshine Kush,” is a sativa dominant hybrid strain (70% sativa/30% indica) created through crossing the classic OG Kush X Michigan Sunshine strains. Looking for a great wake-and-bake strain to get you really up and going? You've found it. Sunshine OG brings on the bright and happy effects that will get you out of bed or off of the couch and running in no time flat. The high comes on fast and hard with a rush of euphoria that launches you into a pure clear-headed state filled with focus and creativity. A mild body high accompanies this state with a touch of physical sedation, keeping you anchored but not affecting your mental energy level in the slightest. With these effects and its super high 19-21% average THC level and 0-1% CBD level, Sunshine OG is often chosen to treat those suffering from conditions such as headaches or migraines, chronic stress, depression and chronic fatigue. This bud has a beautifully sweet and sour citrusy lemon flavor with hints of spicy florals upon exhale. The aroma is earthy and flowery with a sweet and sour citrusy overtone that turns spicy and herbal as the nugs are burned away. Sunshine OG buds have flat heart-shaped olive green nugs with vivid amber undertones, lots of orange hairs and a coating of chunky frosty amber crystal trichomes.
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YESCA!! Nice powerful strain, helps my back pain.
Exactly right for "The Sunshine Euphoria", with strong cerebral enhancement. The "backside' is a little hint at your brain that you can snooze, but it's your choice. It's strong, very uplifting, mental, can make you very giddy with more of it. Similar to Sunshine #4, but a stronger, heavier effect with euphoric uplifting you discuss in bliss-. Perhaps a mix 75% sunshine #4, and 25% sunshine OG would provide more alert sharpness of the #4, and the stronger effect of the OG, with no discernable sleepy hint?