OG kush weed is a moderately potent strain from the Colorado-based Euflora recreational dispensary. With 17 to 19% THC and almost no CBD, this product is suitable for intermediate consumers. There is enough THC to cause intoxication. Remember that it is illegal to drive under the influence of cannabis. Users report a citrusy, skunky flavour.
Jack’s OG is well-known for its consistent cannabinoid levels and powerful, uplifting cerebral euphoria. Consumers also report that the strain induces uncontrollable giggling, increases energy and inspires creativity. However, this eventually transitions into a more mellow experience, with both the brain and body moving to a state of relaxation.
Jack’s OG works well when users need to relax, but want to have some fun before winding down for the night.
Jack’s OG is best reserved for the evening.
No terpene profile is available for this product.
Due to the multiple strains from several different sources, it is uncertain as to what additional ingredients may be present, or if the products are organic.
However, the legal cannabis industry in Colorado is bound by strict safety regulations to ensure that all cannabis is safe for consumption and free of harmful contaminants.
Side effects of product:
• Dry eyes (extremely common)
• Dry mouth (extremely common)
• Dizziness (rare)
• Headache (very rare)
• Anxiety (very rare)
Also known as “Jack OG,” “Jack Herer OG” or “Jack Kush,” Jack’s OG is a sativa-dominant hybrid cross between Lemon OG Kush and the famous Jack Herer strain.
Established in 2014, Euflora has been in business since the dawn of legalization in Colorado. In Denver on April 2nd of that year, the opened their very first store. By October, they were recreational marijuana dispensary in Aurora.
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og kush weed..og kush strain,og kush leafly,platinum og kush,lemon og kush,og kush indica or sativa,sfv og kush,purple og kush, og bubba kush.Kush is a strain of Cannabis indica. The origins of Kush Cannabis are from landrace plants mainly in Afghanistan, Northern Pakistan and North-Western Indiawith the name coming from the Hindu Kush mountain range. “Hindu Kush” strains of Cannabis were taken to the United States in the mid-to-late 1970s and continue to be available there to the present day.