The indica cannabis strain OG LA Affie smells of mangoes, fresh soil, and/or nuts. Its taste is also reminiscent of mangoes, with undertones of either coffee or lime depending on crop. When harvest-ready, its buds are dense, small, and shaped like pebbles. They’re mint-green in color and have hues of purple throughout.
OG LA Affie first blossomed under the care of DNA Genetics. Its parent strains are currently unknown, though it does possess Afghani strain genetics.
The average THC level of OG LA Affie currently rests at a high of 22%. It creates an unusual cerebral head high for an indica, uplifting the spirits and invoking deep thought. However, at the same time, it will create a body high that couch-locks and leaves the consumer sedated as the mind roams freely within its views. You’ll feel relaxed and euphoric as the high slowly draws you towards sleep, making this strain best consumed at night or in the evenings since it will put you to bed once it wears down.
OG LA Affie takes between six and eight weeks to fully flower, requiring more nutrients than your average strain to reach its full THC potential.
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