Hybrid

Lime OG

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Effects

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About this Hybrid Strain

The heart-shaped buds of Lime OG are fluffy and forest green in color. They have burnt orange pistils and a light coating of trichomes. Their scent is sweet and citrusy and they taste like lime with undertones of spice, pine and herbs.

The strain's effects have been described by many of its reviewers as calming and euphoric. They've noted that it can uplift one's mood and relax the body. Others have said they've used Lime OG to help ease discomfort from inflammation, insomnia, stress, pain, and depression.

While one of its parents is OG Kush, the other is generally unknown. The dominant terpenes of Lime OG are terpinolene and myrcene. Lime OG is also known as Lime Kush.

THC percentage levels of Lime OG have been known to fluctuate, so be sure to check before fashioning a serving for yourself.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 3.67%
Terpene Lab Data
Terpene Amount
Terpinolene: 0.533%
Beta Myrcene: 0.275%

Lineage

Lime OG - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid Lime OG

Frequently Asked Questions About Lime OG

What is Lime OG?

Lime OG is also known as Lime Kush and is a balanced hybrid that is known for having both Indica and Sativa effects.

Where does Lime OG come from?

One of Lime OGs parents is OG Kush and the other is unclear.

What does Lime OG taste like?

The taste of Lime OG weed is spicy with sharp notes of lime and earth.

What does Lime OG smell like?

The Lime OG cannabis strain has a scent that is similar to its taste, being pungent and sharp with notes of citrus, pine and spice.

What color does Lime OG have?

The buds of Lime OG are forest green with burnt orange pistils that wind through its flowers.

What effects does Lime OG have?

Lime OGs usually average THC levels in the neighborhood of 20 % and users have reported feeling a euphoric cerebral uplift that slowly leads to sedation as soon as the high wears off.

Is Lime OG an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

Lime OG is considered to be an evenly balanced hybrid, but this can change depending on the cultivation techniques used.


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