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About this Hybrid Strain
Leroy OG is an indica-dominant hybrid (60% indica/40% sativa) that sprouts cone-shaped buds that resemble little green pyramids bearing a slight violet hue at the tips of the leaves. This cannabis plant smells a bit like lemons and limes, and these flavors carry through to the smoke for a tasty sesh.
This strain’s effects will spread throughout the mind and body relatively equally, providing a focused head high along with a relaxing body buzz. It’s recommended for pain relief, easing mental stress or muscle tension, cramps, ADHD, and wasting conditions such as cancer, AIDS, or anorexia. The munchies, euphoria, and couch-lock can accompany use of Leroy OG, but its high tends to be fairly mellow, so none of these effects should be overwhelming in moderate doses.
Side effects from Leroy OG may include red eyes, dry mouth, or anxiety.
Leroy OG originates from Orange County, California. It’s a cross between Rare Dankess #2 and Triangle Kush.
Frequently Asked Questions About Leroy OG
- What is Leroy OG?
Leroy OG is a popular indica-dominant cannabis strain known for its combination of relaxing and euphoric properties.
- Where does Leroy OG come from?
Leroy OG is a cross of Rare Dankness #2 and Triangle Kush.
- What does Leroy OG smell like?
Leroy OG emits a pungent and skunky aroma with strong hints of earthiness and diesel. It has citrus undertones.
- What does Leroy OG taste like?
Leroy OG has a pronounced earthy taste with notes of diesel and a subtle citrus sweetness on the exhale.
- What color does Leroy OG have?
Leroy OG buds are sage-green, can have highlights of purple or blue. The nugs are densely packed, have stubby orange pistils and and are coated in a fine layer of trichomes.
- What effects does Leroy OG have?
Leroy OG has been described to have relaxing effects that are felt in both the body and the mind. This is said to help alleviate stress, tension, and anxiety.
- Is Leroy OG an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?
Leroy OG is an indica-dominant hybrid strain.