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About this Hybrid Strain
Fire OG, which also goes by the name Fire Kush, is an Indica-dominant hybrid described by many as one of the most potent OG strains out there. It emits an earthy lemon zest smell and tastes similar, with undertones of diesel in the mix. When harvest-ready, its dark green buds have a frosty appeal and bare red hairs, giving the impression that it’s on fire.
The combination of parent strains OG Kush and SFV OG, makes Fire OG a top choice for those looking for a potent Indica to help ease pain, depression, and sleep disorders, according to reviewers. Many have noted its high is hugely relaxing, often inducing sleepiness, accompanied by a euphoric mind and body buzz. Some reviewers claim to have experienced increased cerebral activity, amplifying their creativity. In some cases, they experienced sleepiness and couch-lock – so consuming this strain in the evening and at night is often advised.
Its THC level averages at 15%, though some crops have tested as high as 25%, so as always, be careful to check when you purchase and choose the amount you consume accordingly. The dominant terpenes in Fire OG are Alpha Pinene and Alpha Humulene.
Frequently Asked Questions About Fire OG
- What is Fire OG?
Fire OG is an Indica dominant hybrid that is also known as Fire Kush.
- Where does Fire OG come from?
Fire OG was bred by crossing OG Kush with SFV OG.
- What does Fire OG smell like?
The aroma of Fire OG is citrusy, with a hint of soil.
- What does Fire OG taste like?
When smoked or vaped, the flavor of Fire OG is lemony, with a hint of spice and skunk.
- What color does Fire OG have?
The buds of Fire contain shades of light and dark greens that are coated in red and orange pistils that make the buds look like fire.
- What effects does Fire OG have?
Reviewers have noted the effects of Fire OG to be potent, inducing sleepiness and couch lock, with some experiencing heightened creativity.
- Is Fire OG an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Fire OG is an Indica dominant hybrid cannabis strain.