I haven’t been to Elevated Dreams in some time, so I decided to get a sampling of a couple strains to see how their quality has been keeping up. After pulling out SFV OG for me to see, my budtender was called away and replaced with another. The girl asked if I was all set, and I said I’d like to see a few more strains. She seemed shocked I didn’t want the SFV OG, as if no one who had ever checked it out had declined to get it. I assured her that it would be coming home with me; I was simply looking for one in addition to, not instead of.
The buds of SFV OG are perfect pyramids and are quite sticky to the touch. For color, they seem to be marbled by light and dark greens, accented by dark brown hairs. The smell is instantly sweet, and although there is also clearly a musky scent, it is tempered by pine. The taste is like walking through a pine forest after a heavy rain. Although the smoke is thick, it isn’t affecting.
San Fernando Valley OG, much like its closest relative, OG Kush, is widely popular in the SoCal area. Much of what makes it infamous comes from its mellow, full bodied high. Both these strains seem to symbolize the region’s breezy personality. I found SFV OG to be psychoactive in its effects. Perfect for depression and anxiety, this high will help you to relax and unwind. It is also physical enough to melt away tension in the neck, shoulders, and back. I particularly enjoyed this strain after escaping from work for the day. It was a great way to cast off my tie and welcome my leisure time.
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