Afghan OG Strain USA
Afghan OG Strain is a legendary strain with a name that has recognition even outside of the Afghan OG Strain world. Despite its fame, though, its exact origins remain a mystery. Some claim that it’s a cross between staple Chemdawg and a hardy Hindu Kush landrace. It’s also possible that OG Kush emerged from undocumented bag seed as a distinct phenotype of some other existing strain. The meaning of its name has also disputed this product , has been alternately said to stand for: “original gangster,” connoting its status as an old-school building block strain; “ocean has grown,” in reference to its origin along the California coast; and even “Over Grown,” a now-defunct website that served as a resource for countless growers. One thing that’s not up for debate is Ocean Grown Kush’s potency, its THC composition has been consistently measured at between 20% and 25%.
OG Kush has medium to large nugget-like buds that have a dense, India-like structure. The leaves are yellowish-green, although certain phenotypes can show traces of purple; the color is the result of anticyclonic pigments being activated by cold weather. Vibrant orange pistils, meant to catch pollen from fertilizing male plants, stand out against these colorful flowers. Afghan OG Kush