Thai OG Strain

Sativa Dominant Hybrid 70% Sativa / 30% Indica

THC: 20%

Thai OG is a sativa dominant hybrid strain that is a cross of the classic favorite Thai X OG Kush strains. This celebrity child boasts a THC level that tops about at about 20% on average and a mouthwatering OG flavor that is sure to get your taste buds dancing. The flavor hits you hard with sharp lemon accented by sweet sage and spicy kush that lingers long after you toke. The aroma is very spicy and pungent with an herbal sage overtone that has a smooth earthy scent as the nugs are broken apart and burned. Thai OG buds have lumpy popcorn-shaped neon green nugs with clear hairs and milky almost clear crystal trichomes. The Thai OG high is much like that of a classic OG Kush, with uplifting cerebral effects that leave you feeling happy and at ease. The high starts with a head rush that boosts your mood and infuses you with a sense of focus and purpose. As you attack chores and homework and whatever else life throws at you, you'll feel energized yet relaxed. These effects give Thai OG an advantage in treating patients suffering from conditions such as chronic pain, depression, appetite loss, tremors, and muscle spasms.
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I bought a Cannabis drink made from Thai OG recently. It contains 375mg THC per serving. The high is potent, relaxing and envelopes your whole body like an Indica, which might be due to the method of ingestion (intestinal absorption; I'm used to smoking). I feel relaxed but not tired...mellow but not drowsy. Would be good for a day by the pool or a quiet Sunday afternoon at home. My body feels warm and tingly in a very sensual way. One thing I found odd is that I can't find ANY info about this strain on Leafly or other mainstream sites. It's like it doesn't exist. Yet here I sit, stoned out of my gourd on it. Meh. I'd recommend this strain to anyone suffering from pain, muscle spasms, low libido or potheads who just enjoy a chill Sativa.

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