What Does SFV OG Mean?

SFV OG is an Indica dominant strain of cannabis. The hybrid is a phenotype of OG Kush that was created by Swerve at the Cali Connection farms in the San Fernando Valley of California. The strain is also often referred to as s 'San Fernando Valley O'. It was created by taking an SFV OG clone and crossing it with an Afghani landrace strain. Over several generations, the strain has consistently produced favorable traits. The genes of OG Kush are prominent in the SFV OG strain. It smells heavily of lemons and a faint touch of pine.


Maximum Yield Explains SFV OG

SFV OG strains usually have a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) level of 17 to 22 percent. The strain is 70 percent Indica and 30 percent Sativa. The high that is achieved by users is immediate for most people. It usually makes the user feel relaxed. The sedative effects tend to be pain relieving. It is often used by medical marijuana users to treat chronic pain, depression, muscle spasms, and stress. Unlike many OG strains, it does not completely bog down the user. SFV OG marijuana plants tend to flower in about seven to nine weeks.


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