The OG Kush feminised seed was born of a Lemon Thai and Pakistani cross-breed which was subsequently cross-bred with the famous Chemdog strain. This strain has something rather special to boast about and that is a rather good level of CBD.
CBD is the chemical found in cannabinoids which has a healing factor, strains which are high in CBD are used as medical marijuana and can not only act as a pain and inflammation relief system but has also been proven to help slow down the effects of a number of diseases.
This strain is no.1 in the USA and because of its parentage it has a rather exotic, lemony aroma.
This strain comes in the form of the feminised seed.
Over the years feminised seeds have dominated the market as a result of their user-friendly nature. They, as the name may suggest, produce only female plants.
Many people were getting a bit sick of males popping up where they weren't wanted and taking up space, time, and money which could otherwise be used on the female plants.
The females are the plants that actually produce the item that is of any use to anyone, unless one wanted male pollen in order to harvest their own seeds.
Even then females can actually be persuaded to produce this pollen themselves for plant fertilisation which means that the males really have very little point to them.
As I mentioned previously this plant has an impressive CBD level for something that was not intentionally grown as a medical strain with high THC and 0.23% CBD. They can grow up to 3 meters in height and have an indoor yield of 450g/plant.
They can grow indoors or outdoors, their indoor flowering time is 55-60 days and their outdoor harvesting time is the middle of October.
Please remember that the growing of cannabis plants and the cultivation of seeds is illegal in some countries - please check the laws of your country and don't be growing any plants if it is against your country's laws.