Battle of the OGs: Ranking California's best cuts of OG Kush

Battle of the OGs: Ranking California's best cuts of OG Kush
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Few strains are more legendary than OG Kush. Typically high in the terpenes myrcene, limonene, and caryophyllene, this heavy-hitting yet balanced cultivar is loved for both its purported physical and mental stimulation. I find that it provides me with a gassy, citrus nose and powerful, immersive high, so I’m not surprised that the history of this strain is as lore-filled and magical as its effects on me. As with most iconic strains, details surrounding its origin are relative to who you ask. While there are many rumors and iterations of OG’s story, it seems to have all started when two growers, Matt Berger (Matt Bubba) and Josh Del Rosso (Josh D), facilitated moving cuttings of what would become OG Kush — as well as Bubba Kush — from Florida to California in 1996. “I know there are different versions of its history so I can only speak to my experience,” said Kenji Fujishima, the legendary grower and Head of Cultivation at Insane and Dr. Greenthumb, both owned by B Real. “In 1997, I was gifted Kush Bubba seeds that came out of Josh D’s garden,” said Fujishima. “I phenohunted the Original Bubba. We started growing it in B Real’s garage in 1997 and it’s what would eventually become Bubba Kush as we know it today.” Visit Dr. Greenthumb — LA Find Insane He continued, “B Real and I put the moniker ‘OG’ to the strain because it was the ‘Original.’ It had nothing to do with ‘Original Gangster’ or ‘Ocean Grown.’ I respect that for some others that’s what they thought it stood for, but in our camp, it was named ‘Original’ to define it from everything else out there.” The strain started making its rounds in Los Angeles’ underground cannabis scene, quickly becoming a favorite in the rap world.…

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