There are few strains that have become pure classics of where they're grown--legends, really. Deadhead OG from Cali Connection Seeds is such a strain, and it continues to grow in popularity as more dispensaries in the area begin to carry it. A hearty strain that's both cerebral and relaxing, Deadhead OG is one to seek out.
Overview of Deadhead OG
The buds that Deadhead OG plants give off don't mess around for even a second. They're large and in charge, coated with white and orange hairs and sticky to the point of being somewhat difficult to manage when rolling. The thick coating of THC crystals is relatively blinding, giving this hearty plant an alluring appearance that matches its medium-high yield.
Deadhead OG can often be identified as a kush hybrid based solely on its aroma, alone. Upon opening the jar, a Skunky combination of sweet, earthy scents fills the air, leaning toward the diesel aroma that SFV OG Kush is so well known for.
The flavor of Deadhead OG when smoked or vape is inherently spicy, giving the herb somewhat of a warming effect upon inhale. Notes of clove and cinnamon dominate the finish, making this a Skunky, yet satisfying strain that isn't exactly well-suited for beginners. Vapor production tends to be massive, making Deadhead OG a cloud-chaser's delight.
Positive Effects of Deadhead OG
The effects of Deadhead OG can range dramatically depending upon the phenotype. In most cases, consumers report a cerebral high that slowly tends to move in the direction of body relaxation. It tends to settle into a heavy, yet relaxed experience after the initial half hour.
Negative Effects of Deadhead OG
The experience for some may be uncomfortable for those who suffer from anxiety or paranoia.
Lineage of Deadhead OG
Deadhead OG is sativa-dominant hybrid cross of two strains that are already incredible in their own rights--the hybrid Chemdawg 91 and the potent indica strain SFV OG Kush. Its kush genetics certainly show themselves in the piney, earthy taste that phenotypes of Deadhead OG tend to be characterized by.
As both of its parent strains tend to be quite potent, Deadhead OG can easily reach THC percentages of 20% and higher. In other words, it's a heavy hitter no matter how you cut it.
Growing Deadhead OG
Those who choose to grow the strain will be rewarded with an impressive 600 grams per square meter of plants--plenty to go around.
Where to Find Deadhead OG
There's a reason why Deadhead OG has become one of the most popular strains on the West Coast--it's an astonishing example of just how versatile cannabis can be. Deadhead OG is widely available in Washington, Oregon, California, and Nevada.
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