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Terpene Profile (Strain Estimate)

MyrceneMajorHerbal/Musk166-168℃
LimoneneMajorCitrus/Sour177℃
CaryophylleneMajorPepper/Spice119℃

MedBud currently tracks 16 common terpenes, more will be added.

No official terpene profile has been provided for this product, information above is estimated based on public strain information.

Dosing Look-Up Table (Estimated)

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0.05/g11/mg THCTrace CBD
0.1/g22/mg THCTrace CBD
0.15/g33/mg THCTrace CBD
0.2/g44/mg THCTrace CBD
0.25/g55/mg THCTrace CBD
0.3/g66/mg THCTrace CBD
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Please note values above are based on registered THC/CBD percentages, subject to ±10% allowed variance. Values provided are 'best case', losses to air during vaporisation or combustion will always occur.

Medication Details

Brand
Flag of Colombia Khiron
Designation
OGK T22
Cultivar/Strain
OG Kush
Classification
Hybrid
Chemotype
Type I: High THC
Flower Provided
Trimmed Whole Flower
THC Potential Range (±10%)
19.8-24.2%
CBD Potential Range (±10%)
<1%
Cultivated/Produced by
Flag of Columbia Khiron Med
Cultivated or Packaged in
Flag of Spain Spain
Irradiation
Gamma-Irradiated
Imported by
United Kingdom Curaleaf Laboratories
Imported as
Schedule I: Raw Material
Packaged by
United Kingdom Curaleaf Laboratories

Stock Availability

We provide stock/pharmacy information only for use by medical cannabis patients, clinicians and pharmacists*.

Best-Known Status: Discontinued

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*Cannabis is a controlled-substance and can only be legally dispensed upon submission of a valid prescription from a prescribing clinic, ordinarily listed.

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About OG Kush

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The original genetic lineage is not 100% known, but researchers believe that Chemdawg, Hindu Kush, and Lemon Thai were mixed with an unknown Northern Californian strain to make OG Kush.

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OG Kush is sometimes known as “Premium OG Kush” or even just “Kush,” first cultivated in Florida almost 30 years ago now. The original genetic lineage is not 100% known, but researchers believe that Chemdawg, Hindu Kush, and Lemon Thai were mixed with an unknown Northern Californian strain to make OG Kush. The secrecy is probably due to the strain’s incredible fame – OG Kush is the single most recognizable and widely-used strain when it comes to medical marijuana. With a nearly balanced composition (55% Sativa, 45% Indica) and mid-high THC levels, it’s no wonder the strain is enjoyed around the world.

This strain is the origin of the word, “OG,” used in many other cannabis strains over the years. Some believe that “OG” homages “Original Gangster,” an even older strain, though others tell other stories. The plant itself is hardy and resinous, growing in chunky buds, dark green and shaped like grapes. Its pistils are bright orange, thin, and overlong. Its trichomes are like white gold, tiny, sparkling, and covered in shiny resin. OG Kush flowers in around 8 to 9 weeks, producing 17 oz of weed per square meter of indoor garden. The strain grows well outdoors too.

OG Kush’s primary terpenes are Beta-Myrcene and Beta-Caryophyllene, which give the strain its overwhelmingly earthy, spicy palette. Sour citrus and woody flavors peek in on the exhale, with hints of pine and other dank Kush flavors. The high starts pretty quickly, giving you a feeling of rushing sociability, chattiness, hunger, and a case of the giggles. You’ll be munching on food constantly, looking for anyone to talk to, and feeling completely relaxed the whole time. As the most famous cannabis strain out there, you can expect the most stereotypical high.

The strain is often used in social situations, to jumpstart a stubborn appetite, to relax out of a mood swing, to dispel a bout of depression, or evaporate a tiring headache. We recommend this strain for afternoon use on do-nothing days and as a companion with a bunch of friends (and plenty of snacks). You don’t become the most famous cannabis on accident – OG Kush, even against stiffer competition today, still earns its name.

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Flag of Colombia About Khiron Life Sciences Corp

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Founded in October 2019, working assiduously to provide best care possible to patients in the UK. That is why our primary goal is to facilitate access to high-quality cannabis-based pharmaceutical products.

Khiron Life Sciences UK was founded in October 2019 and has been working assiduously to provide best care possible to patients in the UK. That is why our primary goal is to facilitate access to high-quality cannabis-based pharmaceutical products.

Putting our patients first is what allowed Khiron Life Sciences to become the medical cannabis market leader in Latin America.

Our team is composed of experienced professionals from of the European medical cannabis industry. We are working closely with the London-based leading independent scientific body, Drug Science, responsible for Project Twenty21, the largest medical cannabis patient registry in Europe.

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