This beast of a cannabis strain stands as an indica-dominant strain that sprouts colorful, purple nugs that nicely contrast the white trichome blanket. The flowers smell highly skunky laced with bitter citrus, and the smoke from Ogre OG tastes like lemon juice with a dash of dirt.
Ogre OG is a knock-out strain that will put you in a couch-lock. Despite the cloudy-headed high it provides, thinking is certainly possible while on this strain, and some patients find it can even provide enhanced focus. Reviewers have noted it may work well to manage pain, nausea, glaucoma, or mental disorders such as depression, fatigue, bipolar, or PTSD.
Common side effects from Ogre OG include dry mouth, red eyes, and paranoia in some users.
Want to know the differences between Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid strains?
There’s a number of Ogre strains out there (just Ogre, Ogre OG, and Ogre Kush) but they’re all different names for the same strain. This one comes from a cross of Master Kush and Bubba Kush, though some cannabis loremasters will place Sensi Star and Skunk #1 in its lineage, too. Ogre OG usually tests around 19-23% THC.