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All you need to know about this killer strain
With thousands of strains to choose from, it is all too easy to confuse one with another. This is certainly the case with the Boss OG strain, which is occasionally confused with Mob Boss. Rest assured, they are NOT the same, although both strains are very potent.
What is the Boss OG Strain?
Boss OG strain weed is an OG Kush phenotype and provides users with a typical OG experience. It is a balanced hybrid created by Dark Heart Nursery, and its traits are akin to Fire OG rather than Mob Boss. It is a strain known for its outstanding flavor and generous yield, not to mention its capacity for sending people to sleep.
The Boss OG marijuana strain has an earthy and woody scent with a lemon and pine overtone, and the merest hint of spice.
Users enjoy the classic sweet floral pine flavor, and you should notice a subtle herbal and earthy taste when you exhale.
The bud consists of dense, forest green nugs which have a heart shape. The bud is also covered with amber crystal trichomes and dark orange hairs.
Boss OG Strain Grow Info
Rather than getting Boss OG cannabis seeds, you will need to find clones to grow this strain. It grows similarly to Fire OG although it offers a higher yield. It is not the easiest strain to grow, so we recommend it to individuals with a couple of successful harvests under their collective belts.
When it comes to Boss OG, soil-based nutrients can be tricky so it may be worth investing in a hydroponics grow system. Here are a few quick tips if you go down that route:
- Make sure the grow room temperature is constant and purchase easy grow reflective sheeting to gain better control over the climate. Boss OG can handle lower temperatures, but it is best to keep the daytime temperature between 65- and 80-degrees Fahrenheit.
- You can boost yield by adding CO2 to the grow room. It also enables your plants to withstand higher temperatures. In a grow room with added CO2, your Boss OG crop could thrive in temperatures as high as 85 degrees.
- Once it is time to force the plants into the flowering stage, you can use special sheeting to guarantee 12 hours of complete darkness each day.
- Check your growing bulbs regularly. Light loses Lumens quickly and can degrade by up to 30% within 12 months.
- A combination of an air bubbler and an air stone to help with the proper mixing of nutrients, and also to correctly oxygenate your reservoir.
- Store all of your nutrients in a dark place and avoid exposure to sunlight.
Overall, Boss OG can grow indoors or outdoors, but the buds grow better when protected from inclement weather. If you decide to grow Boss OG outside, please note that it tends to mold if exposed to rain.
Once your crop reaches the flowering stage, note that Boss OG plants will grow vertically up until week four. As a result, you can keep the vegetative stage short and double trellis. Like other strains with OG genetics, Boss OG is a hungry plant that enjoys phosphorus, calcium, and magnesium.
THC Content – Highest Test
Boss OG cannabis’ THC content ranges from 19% to 30%. If you get the latter, be very careful when using it!
CBD Content – Highest Test
Certain cuts of Boss OG have a CBD content of up to 1%.
What Can I Expect When I Use Boss OG Weed?
The initial Boss OG high begins with strong cerebral effects which make their way to your brain, and provide you with a sense of euphoria. It is very much a strain worth using when you feel down in the dumps because it can lift your mood and make you feel happy for no particular reason.
While there are aspects of this strain that remain unknown, it is clearly a hybrid child of OG Kush, and as such, its effects are no mystery. The combination of a Sativa head high and Indica body high really give you the best of both worlds. After the head high, you may feel your thoughts tumbling over one another.
Next up comes a warm body high that is almost narcotic. It is at this stage that the strain’s medicinal effects become obvious. Users with a high tolerance for marijuana may be able to get things done while high on Boss OG, but usually, it causes couch-lock, and you’ll ultimately find it hard to stay awake.
Medical Benefits of Boss OG Marijuana
Boss OG is a popular form of medicinal marijuana because of its powerful effects. Users say it provides significant pain relief strong enough to handle even severe pain. As it causes drowsiness, it could be an effective tool in the fight against insomnia. Once the high subsides a little, you may feel a case of the munchies coming on. As a result, Boss OG could be used to help boost the appetite of patients suffering from a variety of illnesses and medical challenges.
Possible Side Effects of Boss OG Weed
Boss OG is not for novices. With a THC content of up to 30%, it is best left in the hands of experienced users. Otherwise, you could experience side effects such as paranoia and anxiety. If you use too much, there is a slight chance that the high becomes unbearable due to its intensity. On the whole, however, the side effects associated with Boss OG are the usual culprits: Dry mouth along with dry and itchy eyes.
Final Thoughts on Boss OG Cannabis
Boss OG is a high-quality OG Kush phenotype, and its effects hit you rapidly. It is very much a balanced hybrid because you experience both head and body high. The initial cerebral buzz is very pleasant as long as you are sensible about the dosage. You won’t be able to get much done while on Boss OG, so it is best to smoke some, lay back, and relax.
Unfortunately, Boss OG isn’t the most readily available cannabis strain. In other words, don’t expect to be able to walk into your local MedMen dispensary and see it sitting in a glass jar on the shelf. If you do happen to come across it, however, make sure that you give it a try – you’ll be glad you did.