The 303 OG strain was first bred and cultivated in Colorado, which is why its name contains a Colorado area code. Despite its genetics being half indica and half sativa, consumers can expect to feel more indica effects as some of its users have reported that it tends to unravel the tension of the day in both mind and body, leaving the consumer slightly lethargic but in good spirits. 303 OG won’t cloud your mind like many indicas tend to do, so while the body may feel a bit sedated, the mind will be able to focus if necessary.
This strain has been used by some to help ease aches, pains, panic attacks, social anxiety, and even tremors thought its CBD levels are lower than one percent. THC levels on the other hand, can range anywhere between 18 and 26% depending on the cultivation techniques used, so be sure to check its levels before consuming so you can decide the correct amount for your tolerance. Many people that have tried 303 OG have enjoyed social events and going out with friends on a more relaxed level, but do tend to report that it’s better suited for nighttime use since sedation will take over as the high wears down.
When you try 303 OG via smoking or vaping, the taste can leave a coffee-like aftertaste. Be careful with this strain as its smoke can be harsh, so small hits are recommended so you aren’t coughing your lungs out. The buds are distinguishable by their thick, burnt orange pistils as well as a bit of pale blue surfacing in its flowers beneath a thick coating of crystal trichomes.
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The parent strains of 303 OG are the indica Pre-98 Bubba Kush and the hybrid Chemdawg. It first
blossomed in Colorado in the 303 area.