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Scotts OG

Taste & Smell

Effects

  • Focused
  • Sleepy
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth
  • Nervous

Pairs Well With

  • Sleeping
  • Watching TV/Movies

About this Hybrid Strain

Scott’s OG, an indica-dominant hybrid, is a cannabis strain bred by Rare Dankness. Its harvest-ready buds are sheeted with a frosty layer of trichomes, a caution of its potency. Scent-wise, it’s earthy, skunky, and has undertones of citrus. The taste is mostly reminiscent of lemons.

THC levels can range as high as 29%. Novice consumers beware, its potency produces a strong body high that couch-locks but eases the nerves. Focus won’t come easy. However, it does ease the mind away from stress. Reviewers have reported relief from insomnia with this strain, along with relief from anxiety and mental pressure.

Cottonmouth and dry eyes damper Scott’s OG high, so have some eye drops and H2O nearby. Be aware most cannabis strains may cause paranoia or anxiety when doses above one’s tolerance are taken.

Between eight and nine weeks, Scott’s OG should fully flower and be ready for reaping.

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Scott’s OG, an indica-dominant hybrid, is a cannabis strain bred by Rare Dankness. Its harvest-ready buds are sheeted with a frosty layer of trichomes, a caution of its potency. Scent-wise, it’s earthy, skunky, and has undertones of citrus. The taste is mostly reminiscent of lemons. THC…