“The terpene profile was reminiscent of a piney OG Kush with musty undertones (presumably from the White Widow influence).”
Being in the San Fernando Valley, we run into a variety of OG Kush strains. Thanks to this, it can be difficult to find a batch of OG that really stands out.
Overall, I would say that the White OG strain is a great option for stress and pain relief later in the day. It may also be beneficial for patients who suffer from PTSD, OCD, lupus-related pain, depression, and more.
“The White OG strain’s genetic lineage consists of the OG Kush and White Widow strains.”
Seeing as both of its parents are on the heavier end of the spectrum, I decided to wait until the evening before reviewng the White OG strain. I soon came to realize that this was a pretty smart decision on my part.
I began to feel my anxiety taper off after just a few minutes of medicating with this strain. I found this to be quite useful in the middle of the day, although I probably wouldn’t consider it to be the best choice for morning medicating – larger doses seemed to bring about a couchlock effect that made it a battle to get up from my seat at times.
As far as its aroma/taste is concerned, this batch of the White OG strain was a near-perfect mix between its parent strains. The terpene profile was reminiscent of a piney OG Kush with musty undertones (presumably from the White Widow influence).
The White OG strain is an Indica-dominant hybrid that stems from popular genetics. Each of its parents are known to pack a punch, and this particular batch of White OG certainly followed suit.
I picked up this batch of the White OG strain on my recent trip to SFVDM in Van Nuys, CA. Upon hearing its name, I had a feeling that I was in for quite the treat.
White OG Strain: OG Kush X White Widow