Abusive OG has a scary name, but it’s not particularly scary marijuana. It’s actually a mellow Indica, descended from the classic OG Kush strain. It delivers a very warm, heavy, tingly high that will be familiar to any discerning Indica consumers. It’s great for simple pleasure consumption, as well as for its anti-anxiety and appetite-stimulating effects.
The high that enthusiasts get from this is generally warm, tingly, and heavy, although it sometimes begins with some racing thoughts. Generally, though, it leaves the smoker with a feeling of clarity, relaxation, and the urge to sit down and eat whatever food is available or gather more food if there’s none around. A thorough euphoria sets in, as well. Some consumers report experiencing a mild head high, similar to a Sativa, but this doesn’t happen to everyone.
This marijuana will quite forcefully de-stress the enthusiast, and promote sleep and appetite, as well as relieve pain. These properties make it great for those suffering from insomnia, mild chronic pain, and nausea.
This cannabis yields small, pale green nuggets, covered with red pistils and a really generous dusting of sparkly trichomes.
It has a very traditional kush smell to it, which could be described as harsh, although some find it refreshing, given that it delivers piney and citrusy overtones.
The smoke itself is harsh and very fragrant, and the smell will linger wherever it’s consumed for a long time.
Medical marijuana patients who pick up Abusive OG will find it can be quite different than its name suggests, offering a range of therapeutic qualities.