The cured nuggets of Atlas OG are easily distinguishable by their colorful and rounded appearance. Sporting a deep green complexion with purple and yellow accents, it’s not suprising that Atlas OG has some indica genetics.
This strain is derived from an OG Kush and has another parent which is unknown. Atlas OG has been reported by consumers to help some mitigate headache pain, to help reduce stress and increase creativity.
Atlas OG emits a scent that’s similar to cinnamon and citrus with an earthen undertone that almost reminds you of a fruity bread.
If you pickup Atlas OG X, the X simply means that it’s been infused with kief, so it will likely be far more potent when smoking or vaping.
THC levels for this strain usually average around 20% while CBD levels average at .1%. The dominant terpenes of Atlas OG are caryophyllene, myrcene, and limonene.
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