Named after Nirvana’s most famous track, Lithium OG Kush is OG Kush x Master Kush. It is already famed for its wonderful chilled-out and antidepressant qualities. A 70/30 indica dominant hybrid, with 15-20 % THC.
Heritage & Genetics: Named for the famous Seattle band, Nirvana (seeds) clearly have a Kurt Cobain obsession as this strong, indica dominant hybrid is also named after one of the band’s anthems. Lithium OG Kush, is a strong cross of OG Kush x Master Kush and it is something indica lovers and musicians everywhere will want to get their hands on. With medium-high level THC you will be able to stay active, while also being completely chilled out.
Flavor & Aroma: If you like Lemon or Amnesia Haze but are looking for some indica effects, then you will get a similar flavor profile here. The smell from Lithium OG Kush is divine; full of lemon and citrus, with a strong fuel tone underneath it. You will also taste both the citrus and the diesel, and a bit like Sour Diesel, you will get some grapefruit flavor in there too.
Effect: There was good reason that the hippy generation headed to India in search of enlightenment and a sense of perspective. Both parents here have Hindu Kush in their genetic background, which helps account for the combination of creativity, euphoria and sense of groundedness that you get in the effect. Pretty heady for an indica: Lithium OG Kush comes on fast and leaves you feeling very uplifted, positive and insightful. Perfect for listening to your favorite tunes.
Medical: Ongoing research has found that in higher doses THC may help with Glaucoma, by reducing pressure in the eye. THC and CBD have also been found to have pain-relieving qualities that are thought to amplify when the cannabinoids work together. Meanwhile, CBD is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. Considering this, this high THC, moderate CBD strain may be somewhat useful for relieving pain and inflammation often experienced with joint pain, arthritis, headaches and migraines.
Grow Characteristics: Lithium OG Kush is largely indica, and that shows in the grow. She gets very bushy indeed, fat and short; and she will need a good deal of pruning and trimming to keep the light penetrating all the way down to the bottom of the plant. Other than that she’s not too fussy, so is good for gardeners that are just starting out. You don’t need to worry about your experiments in growing going quickly or drastically wrong. Under ideal conditions, she will produce a fine crop of very sticky, frosty nuggets and a high yield. For more experienced growers she’s good for cloning too and works well in a SOG set up.