This hybrid cannabis plant sprouts dense popcorn nugs that are light green toward the insides and a darker green toward the outer edges. The aroma that drifts off these flowers smells distinctly diesely mixed with sour berries and fruit slices.
The flavor from the smoke carries the tang from the berriness, along with some spiced earth.
When it comes to the buzz, the indica genetics start to shine. In the head, thoughts become fuzzy and perceptions become cloudy, easing the brain into a state of deep relaxation. The body grows sluggish and, if enough is consumed, will slide into a fast couch-lock. Panda OG may work well for managing pain, stimulating hunger, and staving off fatigue and depression. It is recommended for evening or nighttime use.
Common side effects with Panda OG include paranoia or slight anxiety.
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Panda OG comes from the efforts of Grow Op Farms, based in Washington state. It was bred by combining Berry Sour Cream and OG Chem. Lab data shows it can reach as high as 19% THC.