Flavor | OG Kush Shatter
Medical Benefits Of OG Kush Shatter:
Benefits to medical patients and recreational consumers alike. OG Kush is known for causing the munchies and for providing intensive relief from pain, depression, and anxiety.
Lab Tested Result:
The cannabis concentrate known as shatter has a transparent, amber appearance that looks glassy when cold, but more like thick honey when warm. Shatter is sometimes compared to honey in its color as well. The level of transparency and richness of color vary based on certain factors, such as the amount of moisture and heat used during the process. Also, the liquidity of the product increases as the percentage of terpenes increase.
Shatter is the most potent of all concentrates, but since it is slightly unstable, over time it changes into budder.
OG Kush Shatter is a classic favorite for the West Coast. The effects of OG Kush Shatter is more head-focused than physical. The concentrate has an earthy pine and sour lemon scent with woody undertones.
About this strain: OG Kus
OG Kush is a world-famous strain first propagated by Matt Berger in Florida.
JoshD Farms reports OG Kush users can expect long-lasting, heavy, yet versatile euphoria and skunky-citrus flavor and aroma.
JoshD Farms reports an average THC content of 20% from OG Kush, with some indoor grows testing as high as 26%. Myrcene, limonene, and caryophyllene are the dominant terpenes of the strain. According to JoshD Farms, phenotypes and offspring that honor OG Kush’s signature effect and flavor profile include Kosher Kush, Triangle Kush, Skywalker OG, and Loompa’s Headband.
Berger, who was the first to cultivate Kush seeds from a random bag of flower, later shared the strain with Del Rosso in Los Angeles. Berger was also reportedly the first to coin the name Kush after a friend called the strain’s especially frosty colas “Kushberries,” with no intentional reference to the Hindu Kush mountains where other Kush strains originate.
OG Kush also came in 1st place for the Weedmaps March Madness competition in 2020.