The specifics of how the Hell's Angels acquired the strain from the original garden are unclear but legend holds that it was given as a payment for some misgiving. The Hell's Angels further profited from the strain in Southern California into the year 2000, selling $8000 pounds through the grape vine to rappers such as Snoop Dogg whom popularized the strain calling it OG Kush. Hell's OG is now one of the most prolific OG strains on the market.
A potent Indica Hybrid, Hell's OG is one of the original variatals of OG Kush. Disputed by many, the history of OG Kush and its many variances is lush and an exciting adventure to investigate. Hell's OG entered the public sphere in the early 1990's. Prior to that, it is rumored that OG Kush was a family heirloom that went back decades in the Lake Tahoe region of Northern California.
Hell's OG develops interspaced and spiraled flower nodes, creating small colas. Swollen, dense calyxes result in a chunky look. Small buds are common and completely natural for this strain.
Hell's OG smells boldly of pine and musk.
OG strains are known for their enveloping, alarmingly putrid stenches. Albeit rank as an ambient smell, that pungency carries a strong after taste of pleasant sourness. Hell's OG features sweetness that overtones citrus and astringent.
Hell's OG has an effect typical to indica plants. However, the terpene called pinene, associated with pine trees, juniper bushes and the like, dominate the strain to produce a very broad-spectrum effect. Hell's OG has an effect typical to indica plants. However, the terpene called pinene, associated with pine trees, juniper bushes and the like, dominate the strain to produce a very broad-spectrum energetic effect.