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Inferno OG

Taste & Smell

  • Earthy
  • Sweet

Effects

  • Calm
  • Energetic
  • Happy

About this Hybrid Strain

When you open up a bag of Inferno OG, you might notice its buds are reminiscent of fire as they have bright orange pistils and yellow hues across flame-shaped buds. Inferno OG’s buds can also be compared to spades, while its scent and flavor are both powerful and slightly harsh, hinting at its potency.

THC levels average in the low and mid 20’s, though this strain is known it produce a high level of CBD averaging at 3%. Some consumers have reported using this strain for its CBD content as it may help reduce muscle spasms or help decrease the consistency of seizures.

Inferno OG is a nicely balanced hybrid strain getting its genetics from Afghan Haze and Gage Green, so users have reported both cerebral effects as well as physical. Some have experienced uplifted mood, a hazy head high, or relaxed muscles accompanied with increased energy.

THC levels have been known to reach up to 30%, so it’s important to take heed when fashioning a personal serving.

When you open up a bag of Inferno OG, you might notice its buds are reminiscent of fire as they have bright orange pistils and yellow hues across flame-shaped buds. Inferno OG’s buds can also be compared to spades, while its scent and flavor are both powerful and slightly harsh, hinting at its…