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About this Hybrid Strain
Papaya OG is hybrid with interesting effects according to its reviews. It is indica-dominant yet has provided reviewers with more sativa-like effects. It’s been described as calming, but also providing an increase in energy and productivity. Some have enjoyed using this throughout their day to keep motivated while others prefer using it in the evening as it has made them feel drowsy towards the end of their high.
THC levels of this strain have tested between 15% and 25%, so be sure to check your batch’s potency before consuming a serving. Its parent lineage is a cross between Ice #2 and Citral #13. The scent and flavor are uncanny in their resemblance to actual papaya fruits. However, on the exhale, a peppery undertone may be detected.
The buds of Papaya OG are usually shaped like spades and are neon green, having long burnt orange pistils winding throughout them. Limonene, caryophyllene, and linalool are Papaya OG’s dominant terpenes.
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Questions Fréquentes À propos de Papaya OG
- What is Papaya OG?
Papaya OG is a delicious indica-leaning hybrid strain that’s odd in that its reviewers have said it produces more sativa-like effects. They’ve enjoyed using it to increase productivity and energy, and enjoy its distinctly papaya-like scent and taste.
- What does Papaya OG mean?
This strain’s name stems from its scent and flavor that are similar to the actual papaya fruit.
- What are the THC levels of Papaya OG?
THC levels have been tested ranging from 15-25%. It varies depending on cultivation and curing methods used.
- What does Papaya OG smell like?
The scent of Papaya OG is distinctly of papaya fruits.
- What does Papaya OG taste like?
The taste of Papaya OG is similar to papaya fruits, though with a hint of pepper on the exhale.
- What does Papaya OG look like?
The cured nuggets of Papaya OG are spade-shaped and neon green with long winding burnt orange pistils.
- What does Papaya OG's effects feel like?
Reviewers have shared that this strain has helped them improve productivity and energy, though it has caused some to feel drowsy as the high wore down.
- Where does Papaya OG come from?
Papaya OG comes from crossing Ice #2 with Citral #13.