The San Fernando Valley Strain or in its simple name: SFV OG Kush. Originated from California’s San Fernando Valley, the SFV OG kush is known for its powerful pain relief without you dozing off in bed or in the couch. This San Fernando Valley OG kush is direct to the point where it takes over all nerves in the body. It also relaxes them altogether signaling the cerebral system to just go with the flow and be on auto-pilot mode. Praised as one of the 5-star strain in the market today, the SFV OG strain has a reputation that no other strain can match or overcome in years to come, definitely, a must try attraction for advance marijuana users.
Sometimes also called as the San Fernando weed, it has captured users and critics their attention and imagination as where this now famous strain can go further or if it could produce its own sibling in the near future. It is also considered by us and numerous websites as their “best sellers” the popularity of this strain has exploded in the last 2-3 years or even the past decade, signs are showing that the strain from the outskirts of California is not slowing down and has just getting started in getting momentum. Is it worth to try it out? A big YES from us, this SFV OG strain will never fail to amaze you and might replace your current favorite strain.
The SFV OG Kush strain helps calm nerves throughout the entire body, with the calmness comes with relieving you from the pain of bipolar disorder, chronic pain, depression, Inflammation, and migraines at the same time provide positive energy like happy, euphoric, and relaxed. Without a doubt that this strain stands out from the rest crossbred strains out in the market today.
90% Indica / 10% Sativa
Effects : Euphoria, Happy, Relaxing, Sleepy
May Relieve : Bipolar Disorder, Chronic Pain, Depression, Inflammation, Insomnia, Loss of Appetite, Migraines, PTSD
Flavors : Citrus, Lemon, Lime, Pine, Sweet
Aromas : Citrus, Earthy, Pine, Skunky, Sweet
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Gram, 1/8 Oz (3.5 gr), 1/4 Oz (7 gr), 1/2 Oz (14 gr), 1 Oz (28 gr), 1/2 Pound (8 Oz – 224 gr)