While the overall potency and somewhat steep fall-off around 1.5 hours left us wishing for slightly more potency overall, it seems that part of that was due to the overall clarity of the experience — it never felt overbearing or pushy. The smell and taste package are something that most Kush-lovers will fawn over and while it had minimal body effects, it instilled a sense of calm focus that lent itself nicely to quiet work projects.
A sativa-leaning OG Kush phenotype that appeared in the California clone scene circa 2003. Often confused with the Dutch Passion strain, Skywalker, this phenotype (also called Sativa OG), is said to have gotten its moniker after being largely propagated by a grower named Luke.
Spearhead shaped dark olive green calyxes tipped in mortar gray/purple in places, formed in open clusters, with dark brown pistils, and an above average density of long, average stalked trichomes with average heads
A pungent earthy citrus OG Kush reek with a lightly sweet finish.
Slightly floral sharp citrus with a creamy finish.
A slight haze or cloudy feeling comes over the eyes almost immediately, also causing some pressure fluctuations in that area — there was also a pleasant headband/hat-area buzzing that had us feeling quite good immediately. Despite that eye haze, the mental state was very clear throughout, even during the period of initial potency. A clear, vibrant, relaxing OG.