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BTY OG Aka Better Than Yours OG

B.T.Y OG (Aka: Better Than Yours OG)

B.T.Y OG (aka Better Than Yours OG) is characterized by extensive green with tan-colored, long-hair nugs with golden crystal trichomes. It is a crossbreed of Tahoe OG, SFV OG, Alpha OG, and OG Kush cannabis strains. The strain has won awards, one of which is from the Phoenix Cannabis Award Errl Cup, placing third on Ponderosa strain.

Flavor and Effects of Better Than Yours OG

This strain provides lemony, citrus, peppery taste with hints of earthy and fresh scent, very promising for every cannabis user. B.T.Y OG cannabis strain is well-known for its substantial euphoric feelings, body relaxation, and also triggers hunger. When consumed, you will feel a gradual building lift at the onset of its high, filling your mind relaxes into long-lasting sedation. Your entire body will begin to drop off into buzzing high, leaving you with minimal sedation, accompanied by cravings for food. The high level of THC is accountable for these effects.

Medical Benefits of Better Than Yours OG

B.T.Y OG can treat a wide variety of conditions, namely depression, stress, nausea, headaches, chronic pain, muscle spasms, aching joints, and can stimulate the appetite.

Negative Effects of Better Than Yours OG

Commonly, regular users may experience signs of dry mouth and eyes when using B.T.Y OG strain. This can be accompanied by minor symptoms of paranoia and dizziness.

Growing Better Than Yours OG

With its promising characteristics, the B.T.Y OG strain is not recommendable for beginner growers. It is recommended to grow indoors at temperatures between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit, using SCROG or SOG methods to enhance yields and bud size. Note that buds of this strain can grow extremely heavy and dense, thus building support is essential.

This strain requires heavy feeding to enable buds to develop fully and strengthen their immunity against disease. When growing outdoors, make sure to cultivate it in a drier climate. With such growing requirements, growers can expect a healthy and abundant harvest.