OG Kush CBD is a Sativa-dominant, feminised cannabis strain, rich in CBD. This award-winning hybrid, born from the similarly prestigious OG Kush and an elite, pure CBD, brings you a therapeutic version of one of the tastiest and most popular strains in California and across the USA. A perfectly balanced THC-to-CBD ratio means you get all those beloved Kush flavours and smells via a much more moderate, extremely enjoyable effect. So, OG Kush is now accessible to persons with low THC tolerance and amateur users.
3rd prize: ‘CBD’ category at 2017 Spannabis Champions Cup
OG Kush CBD grows 3m tall and slender, with many branches, large distance between nodes and broad leaves. She has a more open, airy, Sativa structure compared to OG Kush, resulting in better resistance to disease.
A true heavy-yielder. Guaranteed to churn out heaps of delicious, thick and smelly cannabis flowers that have tremendous therapeutic potential.
Be transported to the US west coast through exquisite, complex flavour. A sensational blend of wood, lemon, fuel and spice.
OG Kush CBD has a very mild, tolerable effect and is, therefore, suitable for users of all experience levels. A 1:1 cannabinoid ratio means that CBD antagonises THC’s potency, resulting in a very gentle euphoria. This CBD-rich strain offers all of the therapeutic benefits of CBD for relieving inflammation, seizures, depression, etc., with medicinal evidence in favour of this superb cannabinoid mounting constantly.
An easy and forgiving strain, suitable for the most inexperienced growers. OG Kush CBD will thrive and yield big with just a tiny amount of love and by meeting only her basic needs. For medicinal use and health conscious individuals, organic grow methods are definitely preferred. Depending on conditions and the phenotype, that 1:1 cannabinoid ratio may lean as far as 2:1 in favour of CBD – jaw dropping, indeed. Being more resistant to disease, thanks to a very open structure, means OG Kush CBD grows exceptionally well in humid regions with shorter summers. A slightly above-average feeding schedule (but not too much) will make this Californian gem shine.