The Abusive OG cannabis strain is a pure indica plant that is a descendant of the famed strain, OG Kush. It has a wide THC range showing between 14% to 28%. Its plant stands out with its medium to large flowers. The leaves are dark forest green in color, but occasionally exhibit hints of blue and lavender. They are covered in bright red and orange hairs and white trichomes.
Flavor and Effects of Abusive OG
The Abusive OG strain buds produce a spicy fragrance that is deliciously mixed with earth, lemon, and herbal tea. When combusted, it tastes like a scented cleaning product with lemon flavors. Its smoke is harsh and acrid and can trigger coughing. On the exhale, this cleaning produce flavor profile lingers on the tongue.
The effects of this strain may take up to 15 minutes before announcing its onset. Its initial effects can be felt by a tingling sensation around the eyes. These quickly flow down to the core and to the extremities, and you will almost instantly feel heavy and sedated. This effect is both cerebral and physical. As the high progress, you will feel lulled more into a couch-locked position and soon into a deep and fulfilling sleep.
What are the Medicinal Benefits of Abusive OG
Many medical patients benefit from the Abusive OG strain. For one, its sedative properties can be very helpful for soothing deep-seated pains and aches, including fibromyalgia, lupus, headaches, migraines, muscle tremors, etc. The strain is also a powerful aid for those struggling with sleeping disorders or insomnia. Another medicinal value of the Abusive OG is that it is a natural appetite stimulant. Patients who are struggling with eating disorders or loss of appetite due to certain medications can find help from this strain.
Negative Effects of Abusive OG
Its sedative effects can be disorienting for those with low tolerance levels. Moderation is key, as always. The Abusive OG cannabis strain can also induce headaches and dizziness due to its high THC content when used in high doses. Another usual side effect of this strain is dry mouth. This uncomfortable and irritating side effect is usual in almost all marijuana usage. The good news is that these effects are mild and will easily go away in time.
Growing Abusive OG
The Abusive OG strain can be grown indoors and outdoors. It can also thrive well in greenhouse settings where the environmental factors are controlled. When cultivated outdoors, it requires a semi-humid climate, with temperatures ranging between 72 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. When cultivating indoors, it is necessary that the appropriate amount of ventilation, humidity, sunlight, and temperature is provided for it to be able to produce its relatively moderate to high yields. The Abusive OG is also pungent grow, so you should always invest in odor-controlling mechanisms such as air filters.