The SFV OG Cannabis Strain Is A Phenotype Of OG Kush
As Matt mentioned in his SFV OG Kush strain review, SFV OG has earned quite the reputation in for itself in the San Fernando Valley, for which it was named. With that said, SFV OG is simply a phenotype of the famed OG Kushstrain that was acquired by Swerve, Founder of The Cali Connection.
“Swerve’s original plant is a clone-only variety that often appears in the California dispensary scene.”
Swerve started to grow the SFV OG in his Southern California garden, and eventually crossed it with an Afghani landrace to create his SFV OG Kush – yes, there is a difference.
Now, SFV OG Kush can be found on various online seed banks, but Swerve’s original plant is a clone-only variety that often appears in the California dispensary scene.
In the time since Swerve acquired his cutting of the OG Kush strain, the SFV OG has become a patient favorite. The strain has an attention-grabbing terpene profile that would make a Christmas tree salesman salivate. It’s aroma is highly reminiscent of an evergreen forest, suggesting high levels of pinene.
How Will The SFV OG Cannabis Strain Affect Me?
Like most varieties of OG Kush, the SFV OG strain is touted for its exemplary anxiety relief. Unlike most, however, SFV OG tends to have more of an uplifting effect when smoked.
“I quickly felt any built up tension in my neck and shoulders melt away, while my mind seemed uplifted.”
I came across this particular batch of SFV OG at VFL Collective in North Hollywood and knew I was in for a treat the second I cracked the jar. As expected, the pinene was prominent – its smoke tasted like pine needles.
Even better, the effects I experienced from this batch of SFV OG were a perfect mix of head and body. It was lab tested 22.3% THC and 0.7% CBD; I quickly felt any built up tension in my neck and shoulders melt away, while my mind seemed uplifted after vaporizing it. I felt it to be great for mid-day pain relief and when doing research late at night. Consider this strain if you suffer from anxiety, depression, schizophrenia.