The indica-dominant hybrid cannabis strain SFV OG (San Fernando Valley OG) emits a lemony, earthy scent with undertones of pine and/or diesel that can sometimes taste bitter. Its harvest-ready buds are a deep forest green with red and brown pistils.
THC levels vary between 17-22%. Its high is known to both relax and slightly sedate, but keep the consumer functional until the high wears down and couch-lock sets in. Mood will improve while pain and muscle spasms come to a halt. For some, creativity and motivation may spark. Reviewers note this strain’s ability to alleviate chronic pain from injuries/illnesses, as well as help with stress and depression.
Negative side-effects beyond dry mouth and eyes are headache, paranoia, and dizziness when consuming above tolerance levels.
It takes eight weeks for SFV OG to fully flower for reaping, requiring a dry climate. It produces four phenotypes.
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SFV OG receives its genetics from the hybrid OG Kush, being one of its phenotypes. It first blossomed under the care of Cali Connection farms.