[San Fernando Valley OG x Afghani Kush][90% Indica]
This one is a classic in Southern CA and that is probably because it’s an Afghani crossed with the Valley’s best Ghost OG phenotype. It is a fan favorite across the country but the origins are right where the phrases such as “like, totally freak me out!” originated. They also grow this amazing OG Afghani hybrid whose effects have greatly influenced the not so recent outbreak of designer OG strains in California. SFVOG is heavy with a bit of brain buzz. I so love the effects because they remind me of my brief stint moving back to Southern California back in 2013. For me the nostalgia is enough to indulge but I am confident the effects will be enough to convince anyone who needs a bit of help releasing stress or pain.
How Does It Hit the Senses? SFV OG Kush will always be found in super dense pine tree shaped buds with flaming looking leaves protruding up towards the tip of the nug. Sometimes the nugs are a bit smaller but ground up they will expand exponentially. It will appear in a dark green bud with dark brown pistils evenly distributed through out. The absolutely classic aspect of this strain is the smell. Deep piney undertones with hints of cedar are finished by a light lemon note that shows the small limonene properties that will give a slight but not overwhelming uplifting quality in effect.
What are the Effects? After about 2-3 minutes the effects begin to truly take hold creating an equal stimulation and relaxation in the mind. Sit back and relax as this confusing mixture of relaxing stimulation moves through the system to the muscles and joints. As your body travels through these effects it will ultimately end up feeling heavy and relaxed while the mind wanders. Enjoy a deep focus but be sure to give it some direction. For some this strain can completely take you out of focus altogether so be careful. But I’ve found that when I have a plan and I’m ready in my work space I can utilize the heavy stone to stay on the right direction instead of Facebooking while I should be working. The effects are long lasting and don’t let up too much as the day moves on.