Information about OG Shark:
OG Shark is a delicious bud that is said to have descended from original Diesel and Blueberry genetics, although not enough is known to confirm that. This hybrid is a uniquely upbeat smoke that is growing in popularity all over the North American West Coast, most especially in the most north regions.
OG Shark is a mysterious hybrid that is thought to be the product of the crossing of OG Kush and Great White Shark. While some may disagree over this theory, its strength is undisputed – this hybrid is a seriously pungent and exhilarating smoke that is uplifting and stress-busting.
This high-THC strain is one of the main reasons why it is growing in popularity, however, it is not as readily available in the United States as it is in Canada. Its CBD levels are relatively low, and it is generally thought of a balanced strain, although this may vary, depending on where it is grown
Information about OG Shark:
|EFFECTS||relaxed – 10
happy – 7
sleepy – 6
uplifted – 5
euphoric – 5
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||dry eyes – 10
dry mouth – 9
paranoid – 4
anxious – 3
dizzy – 1
|FRAGRANCE||diesel, pungent, skunky|
|FLAVORS||earthy, pungent, pine, berry, diesel|
|MEDICAL||stress – 10
pain – 10
insomnia – 7
lack of appetite – 6
fatigue – 5
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||8-9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||mid to late October|
|THC CONTENT %||21%-25%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||50% / 50%|
|INDOOR YIELD||17oz/ m2|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||13oz/ plant|
|CLIMATE||warm and temperate outdoor climate|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||resistant to common molds and mildew|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
OG Shark is a potent strain, that’s for sure, and it is recommended mostly to more experienced users for just that reason. It can often overwhelm any user who is not accustomed to more potent strains, making them feel their high too strongly and seeing only adverse effects.
This strain is great at making you feel relaxed, truly blowing out any heaviness that may be wearing you down. OG Shark is a happy strain that is used by many for its ability to make you feel much more positive and think more optimistically about your day, regardless of your worries.
OG Shark can induce a strong body stone that will make you feel sleepy after some time has passed, so it is recommended as a nighttime strain. You will feel uplifted and euphoric, bursting out into laughter and giggling on the floor in a heap of tears before feeling exhausted and blissfully falling asleep.
OG Shark smells just as pungent as its effects may hint on. This hybrid will blow you away with its strong diesel aroma, that is mixed in with a distinct skunky presence, filling the room with a mouthwatering aroma that will have you fiending for more.
OG Shark carries a general flavor that is also pungent in nature, mixed in with bits of spice and a little sweetness. Its most dominant flavors are diesel and berry, likely from its rumored parentage. On the exhale this strain will taste like fresh and sour pine, with a little earthiness to it.
OG Shark is known for being an unusually potent strain, so it is no wonder that this hybrid has some side effects. This strain can make you feel like your eyes are dry and itchy, with a cottonmouth usually being present due to feeling dehydrated.
This hybrid can also leave you with a general feeling of paranoia, usually making you fidgety and nervous. OG Shark can make you feel anxious and jumpy, especially if you are not used to smoking this strain, and a slight dizziness may persist throughout its high.
OG Shark can treat a long list of medical complaints due to its sky high THC levels. Chronic stress is one of the main things this strain is prescribed for, as it can help soothe a frazzled soul, by calming yet stimulating positive feelings in you, making you feel less heavy with worries.
Chronic pain is also successfully treated with the help of this strain. OG Shark can make you feel soothed and relaxed, reducing greatly any symptoms you may be feeling due to back spasms, migraines and arthritis, and making you feel pain-free from head to toe.
OG Shark may also help those who struggle with insomnia find a way to get a deeper and uninterrupted sleep. This strain is very likely to induce the munchies and therefore help patients regain their lost appetites, as well as allow those who suffer from chronic fatigue to stay alert and awake while enjoying this medical strain.
OG Shark OG Shark can be a bit of a challenge to cultivate due to its unknown origins, but with a little patience and a watchful eye, it can be easy for a more experienced grower to tend to, especially in a warm and temperate outdoor climate.
OG Shark grown indoors can yield an average of about 17 ounces of bud per square meter planted, and can be expected to take an estimated 8 to 9 weeks to flower and be ready for a generous harvest.
OG Shark grown outdoors can yield an average of about 13 ounces per plant, and flowers throughout the late summer. It should be ready for a harvest around the middle to late October.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own OG Shark? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.
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