OG Kush is an evenly balanced cannabis strain whose story is a bit of a mystery still open to speculation. The popular theory is that this strain is a cross between OG Kush and Lime Skunk. Currently, Exotic Genetix cultivates this strain by crossing Lime Skunk with Triple OG. Whether or not they were the first to do so is still open to debate.
Lime OG Kush sports dense heart-shaped olive and dark green nuggets that are woven in a bushy net of amber pistils and glossed with white crystal trichomes. Aptly named, lime and skunk are the most prominent odors with the spicy-herb taste revealing itself when combusted.
As a solid hybrid, Lime OG Kush seems to harmoniously blend all aspects of the cannabis plant to help the user feel uplifted and relaxed simultaneously as consumers have reported. The soothing and healing aspects of its main terpenes, terpinolene and myrcene, provide for physical comfort and contentment. The psychoactive cannabinoids work on the mind, allowing the gates of the imagination to open. This makes Lime OG Kush both an excellent daytime strain capable of sparking energy and creativity, or nighttime strain to unwind after a long day. This strain has the capacity to be whatever the user wants it to be yet is not overpowering as to bring on undesired feelings of paranoia and confusion. For that reason, medical users have been reaching to Lime OG Kush for assistance in dealing with conditions such as ADD, anxiety, depression, nausea, and chronic pain.
It’s a bushy, resilient plant that withstands high winds and variations in temperature. Lime OG Kush can be grown relatively easy outside but is more susceptible to disease in soil. For this reason, cultivators have been reporting having much success growing this strain indoor with hydroponic equipment. Yields are decent with Lime OG Kush, as one can expect about one pound per meter squared indoors.