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San fernando valley strain

While most heavy Indicas are pretty similar the SFV OG is very unique. It’s a good head buzz and I would say only halfway couch lock. It has a spacey head buzz that you would get from Sativa but it’s heavier and more mellow like an Indica should be. I only gave it 4 stars because while I liked it a lot I didn’t love it as much as say a true couch locker like King Louie or OG Kush.

I’m really not a strain connoisseur by any stretch of the imagination. But here’s my review: I normally prefer a straight Sativa or a hybrid that is Sativa dominant. I like strains that don’t knock me back to couch potato status as I try to get myself up and off it. I have rheumatoid arthritis, a bum shoulder, and am in kidney failure on dialysis, adding in some depression and anxiety, because, hey, why not right? Anyway. this was recommended to me by the place I go to when I told them I was in so much pain today after clearing 30″ od snow yesterday evening and today. I got home (after boohooing all the way home) and lit up immediately. YES! the flavor is good (I did cough) so I won’t go into much more there as it’s well described below. I will say as far as effects, this one is a LOT different than anything else I’ve tried over the many years I’ve partaken. I am feeling an awesome, mellow uplift and I’ve stopped boohooing and have started to laugh at myself again. I give this one 10 stars, well, if I could. I have to find a way to get more before it disappears from this area. I forgot to say: I was beginning to think I had somehow become immune to the effects of MJ — this strain got me rethinkin’ that.

SFV OG, also known as "San Fernando Valley OG" to many members of the cannabis community, is a potent indica dominant (70% indica/30% sativa) phenotype of the OG Kush strain created by breeders at the infamous Cali Connection farms in the San Fernando Valley. This dank bud boasts an average THC l…