It is a hell of a name, it is not? Considering that this strain traces its roots to Hell’s Angel OG and Jack the Ripper, and then to be named Jesus OG, that’s as close to blasphemy as anyone could get. The good thing is that we are not talking about religion here. Instead, what we have here is a Sativa-dominant strain that can take the level of psychoactivity in your mind to heaven.
Using Jesus OG does not take you to heaven, but the high it gives might make you feel like you are there.
Jesus OG is bred by TGA Subcool Seeds from the unholy alliance between Hell’s Angel OG and Jack the Ripper. But there might be more to it that what was published. There are other sources that indicate a three-way mix between Hell’s Angel, Space Queen and Jack the Ripper.
Information about Jesus OG Strain:
|ORIGIN||Hell’s Angel OG and Jack the Ripper|
|EFFECTS||Happy – 10
Uplifted – 8
Energetic – 7
Focused – 6
Euphoric – 6
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||Dry mouth – 10
Anxious – 4
Dry eyes – 2
Paranoid – 1
Dizzy – 1
|FRAGRANCE||Sweet, pungent, earthy, lemon|
|FLAVORS||Sweet, tangy, lemon, pine|
|MEDICAL||Stress – 10
Depression – 6
Pain – 5
Fatigue – 5
Headaches – 3
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||56 to 63 days|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||Late September to early October|
|THC CONTENT %||17% to 25%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||20%/80%|
|INDOOR YIELD||14 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||17 ounces per plant|
|GROWTH LEVEL||Requires topping, trimming, and training|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||high resistance to common diseases|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
What on earth was the breeder thinking when they called this strain Jesus OG? Perhaps it is the psychedelic effects that occurs especially for novice users?
Once you start using this strain, the first thing you feel is the gentle head buzz. With your eyes narrowing, the level of activity in your brain starts to pick up. As some users have attested, anything you think about, no matter how trivial, takes on a new meaning. In that sense, you could say that this strain provokes deeper thoughts.
Jesus OG also heightens your sensitivity to the surroundings as its effects creep to your body. This is good mentally as, at this point, you have a sharp mind that can focus on what you want to. A good thing about this strain is that it has a good balance of mental and physical effects.
Used in moderation, users tend to feel uplifted and generally in a happy mood. Jesus OG could also provide a boost of energy, but the opposite is the case if used more than your tolerance. In other words, use too much and you end of on the couch.
Jesus OG does not have the kind of universal aroma that everyone loves. Even if it has the unmistakable smell of lemon, it also comes with a dank earthy undertone and the acrid smell of home cleaners.
Not everyone appreciates its fragrance, but what it lacks in an appealing smell, it makes up for in taste. It is by no means the best tasting cannabis strain, but it is pleasant enough for most people. After inhalation that can be described as smooth, the sweet and tangy taste of citrus and pine lingers on your tongue.
Besides experiencing dry mouth, there are other possible adverse reactions. Although not as much of a risk as a few others strains, it still is good to know.
Once you use a little too much, you may find yourself feeling a little dizzy. As mentioned, the unfamiliar sensation may also cause one to have an increase in the level of anxiety. Also, instead of the psychedelic sensation, it might also feel more like narcotic than anything else.
As is the case with strains that has a good balance in mental and physical effects, Jesus OG has been quite effective in stress relief. As we are all aware of, anytime the stress level can be reduced, then it greatly benefits those with anxiety disorders.
Mentally, it causes you to have thoughts that you just have to feel good about, while physically, it has a sedative quality that relaxes your body. It is also for that reason that Jesus OG also helps in the relief of mild chronic pains and aches.
On rare instances, and most especially to beginners, the psychedelic brain activity may come off as too much and cause the user to panic. So, you have to go easy on this strain.
This plant has tapered spade-shaped flowers that are bunched together densely. The coiled leaves make these small-to-medium sized flowers tough to break unless you use a grinder. Jesus OG grows with brightly colored green leaves with copper pistils and a sprinkling of trichomes.
It can be grown indoor, outdoor, and in greenhouses. Jesus OG is not an easy plant to grow as you would need to top it, trim and train using the Low-Stress Training (LST) method.
Grown indoors, use the proper lighting to provide it a good source of energy. Jesus OG can be harvested in around 8 to 9 weeks and will give you a good yield of 14 to 17 ounces per square meter.
Give Jesus OG the open space environment, a warm 70-degrees Fahrenheit climate typical of the Mediterranean and you would have a great condition to grow this plant. If properly taken care of, then you will see a high yield of 17 ounces per plant or more on late September to early October.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Jesus OG? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.
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