Taste & Smell
Pairs Well With
About this Hybrid Strain
San Fernando Valley OG which is more notably called SFV OG, was created and bred in the very valley it was named after. When you open up a package of this strain, its scent is extremely potent and distinct, and will only get stronger as you break apart the buds. It’s reminiscent of sweet berries combined with the earthy and slightly diesel aroma of a typical OG strain, but can sometimes exude undertones of lemon or pine.
Upon appearance, you will note the brownish orange pistils winding their way through the forest green leaves lightly dusted with trichomes. The THC levels of this strain can average anywhere between 18 and 25% depending on the cultivation methods used, so be sure to check your label to ensure you know what you’re getting into. As soon as you load up your bowl and take the first hit, you may taste a soapy-like pine or even a green banana flavor that isn’t exactly unpleasant, but sure to leave an interesting aftertaste. The terpenes in SFV OG are usually in high quantities, which include Linalool, Alpha Humulene, and Beta Myrcene.
The high of San Fernando Valley OG has been reported by users to be excellent for relieving pain while keeping the mind clear, all without the couch-lock some hybrids can induce. It’s a sativa-dominant strain, so expect a bit of a cerebral rush that slowly dispels as the indica effects take over the body leading to relaxation. Those who have tried this strain say SFV OG can be harsh on the lungs and throat, so this bud is best used with a vaporizer instead of inhaling through a pipe.