The pure indica cannabis strain Abusive OG emits a spicy, earthy, and sometimes skunky scent and taste with lemony undertones. Some reviewers have described it as similar to green tea. When harvest-ready, this strain will bare small buds that are a deep green, covered in milky-white trichomes and thick orange pistils.
This strain is the California-cut daughter of the famous OG Kush hybrid strain.
Abusive OG’s THC levels average between 13%-18%, with CBD levels between 2%-5% depending on cultivation conditions. Reviewers describe Abusive OG’s high as contradictory to its name, producing a peaceful state of mind that invokes happiness and a cerebral head high that stimulates thoughts and focus. Following the head rush, the consumer will feel a relaxing body high the relieves aches and creates the munchies. Many describe the head high as similar to a sativa strain, without the grogginess or sleepiness many indicas produce.
Dry mouth is to be expected with some reporting small bouts of dizziness if Abusive OG is consumed in high doses.
Abusive OG has received a plethora of positive reviews with many claiming it as their favorite strain.
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