Also known as WiFi OG and WiFi #43, White Fire OG is a sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain that produces frosty buds that look snow-laden which is where it derives part of its name from. It often smells spicy, earthy, and floral with undertones of diesel
Its THC level can reach peaks of 25%, often averaging in the high teens. Its high is mostly cerebral, making it good for use throughout the day by uplifting mood and making social interactions more pleasurable. Senses tend to be heightened and heart rate increases, boosting energy. Once the high wears down, a slight sedating effect occurs. Focus and concentration tend to be improved. Reviewers have noted that listening to music is also more pleasurable and thought-provoking.
Not many complain about too many ill side-effects of this strain, though one should expect the normal dry mouth and eyes. Headache or dizziness can occur if too much is consumed in one sitting.
White Fire OG grows best in mildly arid environments that are warm and rich in CO2.
White Fire 43 is a particularly successful phenotype of White Fire that has more indica heavy effects and produces high CBD levels. This strain first blossomed under the care of OG Raskal.
THC levels match White Fire in most crops, so novice consumers should be considerate of this bud’s potency. More notably, CBD levels average at a solid 5% - making this strain popular in the medical community. Its high is known for its ability to sedate after placing the consumer in a state of euphoria. Users say it helps alleviate insomnia as well as bodily aches and pains, providing a great night’s sleep; free of both mental and physical stress.
Most reports say White Fire 43 produces only dry eyes and dry mouth as adverse effects, but care should be taken with higher doses.
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The parents of White Fire OG are two hybrids: The White and Fire OG. However, some claim that its parents are SFV (San Fernando Valley) OG Kush crossed with authentic OG Kush.