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Ogre’s parents are both potent Kush strains: Master Kush (descending from Skunk #1) and Bubba Kush (descending from OG Kush). The average THC content of Ogre rests at 13% and can reach up to 19%. Its high begins with numbing waves that slowly progresses throughout the body, generally starting with the chest and spine.

It will increase appetite and induce the munchies in many cases. It creates the classic indica body stone that leaves one feeling relaxed and sleepy. Its best used at night because of its sedating effects. Negative side-effects are the typical – dry mouth and eyes. In some cases when improperly consumed, dizziness, headaches, or paranoia can occur in mild to moderate phases. Growers will find that they can only obtain this strain as a clone. This beast of a cannabis strain stands as an indica-dominant strain that sprouts colorful, purple nugs that nicely contrast the white trichome blanket. The flowers smell highly skunky laced with bitter citrus, and the smoke from Ogre OG tastes like lemon juice with a dash of dirt. Ogre OG is a knock-out strain that will put you in a couch-lock.

Despite the cloudy-headed high it provides, thinking is certainly possible while on this strain, and some users say they find it can even provide enhanced focus. Reviewers have noted it may work well to manage pain, nausea, glaucoma, or mental disorders such as depression, fatigue, bipolar, or PTSD. Common side effects from Ogre OG include dry mouth, red eyes, and paranoia in some users. Have you ever been so high that you couldn’t feel your eyebrows, even when you physically touch them? If not, try smoking Moon Rocks and I guarantee you’ll get there. I recently smoked them for the first time ever, and two months later, I’m still unable to locate my facial features. The origins of Moon Rocks are a bit fuzzy, but rumors abound that the dispensary Starbudz760 first concocted them, with legendary West Coast rapper Kurupt popularizing the product and trademarking his own version called Kurupt Moonrock. Moon Rocks are a THC megazord—they’re essentially cannabis buds (historically GSC, but any strain suffices) dipped in or sprayed with hash oil, then rolled in kief. What are cannabis concentrates, oils, and extracts? Though the potency of each batch of Moon Rocks varies and depends on how it’s made/who produces it, the general consensus is that they hover around 50% THC (most flower by itself averages around 20% THC). Hitting Moon Rocks produces an extremely pleasant, terpene-rich taste of kief that makes you say, “Woooo, that’s delicious.” The smoke clouds produced are super big and full, so each hit is damn near its own experience. Oh buddy, oh pal, don’t even get me started on the high. Starting in the head, and eventually spreading throughout the entire body down to your toes, a Moon Rocks high is one of those slow burns that you definitely feel at first, but 30 minutes later, you realize that you have reached a mountaintop that you may not have been ready to climb. I smoked my gram of Moon Rocks at around 5 p.m., and when I woke up the next morning at 7 a.m., I was still on Mars waiting for the train back to Earth. Cost effective—just like dabs, a little bit goes a long way. Great for medical patients or other folks who want a high dose of THC. They’re a fun novelty and good conversation-starter. Cons: They will get you super duper high (not always a good thing for everyone). They’re messy—most put them in glass; you can roll them in a joint or blunt, but don’t put them in a grinder. Keep them in a cool, dry place; you don’t want them getting all melty on you. Though Moon Rocks are commonly made with GSC flower and/or GSC concentrate, you can really make your own Moon Rocks however you’d like. All you need is the following: Your favorite strain/flower Your favorite concentrate/hash oil A big ol’ bowl of kief from the bottom of your grinder Some tongs (or any grabbing/pinching apparatus) A liquid dropper.

Step 1: Grab a nug or two of your favorite choice of bud/flower. I suggest using one of the denser nugs as it’ll hold the final cannabis cocktail together better. If it’s super thick and tough to manipulate, heat it up until it’s a little liquidy, then use a dropper that will allow you to completely cover your bud without having to actually dip it into the concentrate. (The oversaturation of your bud could lead to both longer drying times and difficulty lighting it.) Step 3: Use your tongs to grab the bud and roll it in kief until the entire nug is covered in crystal goodness. Step 4: Let your Moon Rock dry until it’s ready for action, then smoke it up. Moon Rocks are recommended for advanced cannabis consumers as they pack a powerful punch. Here’s some advice on how to prepare for your Moon Rocks experience. Whether it’s a bong or pipe, use some glassware for Moon Rocks because it’s not your typical flower. It’s thick and greasy and will have to be ripped apart piece by piece like you’re trying to split a Nerd’s Rope with someone.

If you plan to roll it up by itself, think again; not only will you not have enough Moon Rocks to do so (unless you buy, like, 18 grams of it), you won’t be able to keep it lit how a normal blunt/joint would stay lit.


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