Platinum OG Strain
Platinum OG Strain. Apothecary Genetics named their strain Platinum OG for the silver sheen that coats the lime green of these buds. The mother of this strain is a clone only strain sometimes called but more often called Platinum Kush. She is most likely composed of Master Kush and a landrace Afghanistan Indica, though some say it is Master Kush and Mendo Purps. The father is Apothecary Genetics favorite OG Kush Male. OG has reportedly been tested to have a THC range between 17 and 24 percent.
This strains effects tend to start out high, elevating and easing the mind, but they quickly turn low often having a sedative effect on users and should be used with caution. Because of this it makes great night time medication for depression, stress and anxiety. The narcotic-like body buzz may also treat chronic pain, muscle spasms and insomnia. It may also help alleviate migraines and the effects of other mood disorders.
The taste of this strain may have users thinking they just bit into a pine cone. It is grown both inside and outdoors. Flowers for around nine weeks, often being ready outdoors by the first of October. It is not keenest on temperature changes but if grown properly can produce between 200 and 350 grams per square meter.
Genetics of Platinum OG
Platinum OG is just as precious as the metal it’s named after. This indica-dominant hybrid asserts itself as one of the “heaviest” strains around. Platinum is purported to stem from three strains: Master Kush, OG Kush, and a third unknown parent. Flowers are lime green and plump, with prominent orange hairs and a platinum coating thanks to the abundance of THC crystals. A brief, heady onset settles into a powerful physical sedation suitable for nighttime use and pain, stress, or anxiety relief, making this precious strain a robust healer.