Proudly bred by Square One Genetics, Brisker OG is a combination of Tahoe OG and Peanut Butter Breath. It consists of indica and sativa genes, with indica genes dominating its structure. It grows as a stretchy plant with purple hues, a trait it inherited from its OG lineage. It emits a fruity odor with pine and kush hints. This promising strain can be grown indoors, outdoors, and in a greenhouse.
Flavor and Effects of Brisker OG
Brisker OG offers its parents mixed scent and taste. It delivers a mixture of sweetness and a little bit of sourness from fresh lemon with pine and kush undertones. Like most Kush crosses, Brisker OG can give the user a bright euphoria in no time. It instantly calms all racing thoughts and replaces any negative thoughts with optimism. There will be a sudden rush of ideas and creativity. It is a type of surge that one won’t be able to contain, so to let it out, the user becomes more productive and talkative. As the effects wane, the strain will start to focus on the body. It relaxes the whole body. It is almost like a full body massage.
Medical Benefits of Brisker OG
Brisker OG’s ability to induce joy and happiness makes it a great fit for people with depression, anxiety, stress, PTSD and bipolar disorder. It provides comfort from body pains like migraines, back pains, arthritis and spasms. Once the effects start to leave, it can prepare insomnia patients for a satisfying slumber. It can also be recommended for those with appetite loss. It can also ease the tension by loosening the muscles.
Negative Effects of Brisker OG
Negative effects like minor cottonmouth and dry eyes cannot be avoided through one is smoking tolerance. However, it is better than having lethargy, feelings of anxiety, insomnia, headache and paranoia if smoking has been out of control, so always be careful in overindulging.
Growing Brisker OG Some information and Tips
Brisker OG will do well in a Sea of Green (SOG) setup or hydroponics. You have to make sure that the temperature should be maintained between 65 80 degrees Fahrenheit. It also responds well to Low-Stress Training and topping to maintain an even canopy.