Tahoe OG Feminized Marijuana Strain Specifications
Type: 60% Indica 40% Sativa , Feminized
Genetics Parents: SFV OG Kush x OG Kush
Flowering Period: 9-10 weeks
Climate: Warm, Sunny, Cool, Cold
Yield: (Indoors) 300g/m2, (Outdoors) 400g/plant
Flavors: Sweet, Citrus, Earthy, Spice
THC Level: 22%
CBD Level: 0.2%
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Intermediate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Tahoe OG Feminized Marijuana Strain?
Tahoe Kush Fem has a lemon fragrance with pine notes and a touch of peppery spice. Since this variety is spicy, splitting, and combusting, its buds produce a cloud of smoke that can be hard to hide. Tahoe Kush Fem’s flavor profile is mainly a combination of lemony freshness, stinky earthiness, and a hint of pine woodiness, which is more subtle on the mouth than on the nose. It also has a sweet, spicy aftertaste that is similar to hashish. Despite its potency, this strain’s smoke is pleasant and, luckily, does not cause coughing.
Tahoe Kush Fem gives you the best experience, but it hits you harder in the body. Since it has more Indica-like results, it’s best enjoyed when you’re free of obligations and ready to crash in an hour or two. Limit your intake to a few deep drags, as that’s all it takes to get the full benefit of its close to 22% THC content. Almost instantly, a surge of euphoria blasts all signs of disappointment and gloom out of the image. It immediately puts users in a good mood, no matter how bad, dull, or stressful their day has been. You should also predict an hour or so of energizing buzz that will get you running and striding with vigor. Tokers will eventually (and gradually) notice a growing sense of relaxation. Although the happiness and pleasure linger, it will trigger absolute bone-laziness and a complex, inescapable couch-lock. Having things done becomes virtually impossible once you hit this level of body high, and it’s only a matter of time before you’re lulled into a good night’s sleep.
What are the Medical Benefits of Tahoe OG Feminized Marijuana Strain?
There are various explanations for how the Tahoe OG has become remained common among medical marijuana patients. Its CBD concentrations have been shown to successfully prevent several common pain problems, offering relief to many long-term patients suffering. Tahoe OG Kush is ideal for treating sleep problems, as it is a potent tranquilizer that is very powerful in fighting against insomnia and overall restlessness. This Kush is excellent at calming both the body and the mind, reducing stress symptoms in several patients suffering from these ailments. Tahoe OG Kush has been known to successfully treat depression, uplift patients, and create a sense of hopefulness. Cancer patients suffering from nausea and a loss of appetite may use this OG Kush to re-establish their desire and encourage them to eat healthily once more.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Tahoe OG Feminized Marijuana Strain
The OG Kush characteristic is quite powerful in this strain, so it’s very potent. Tahoe OG Kush is a potent indica that will give you a cottonmouth and make you feel slightly dehydrated. As a side effect of this bud, the eyes can become dry and itchy. Since Tahoe OG Kush is such a potent strain, you can experience mild side effects, mainly if you only consume once in a while. You’ll likely feel dizziness, which can often develop into a headache. You can get a mild case of anxiety from using this bud on rare occasions.
How to Grow Tahoe OG Feminized Marijuana
When cultivating Tahoe Kush Fem indoors, many growers use the Sea of Green (SOG) method. It can increase yields up to 300 g/m2 when combined with the required climate conditions. As flowering starts, the plant should be held between 65 and 80°F with a humidity level of 30-40% RH.
When developing outdoors, Tahoe Kush Feminized marijuana strain can survive a cold winter. The best possible outcome — up to 400 grams per plant — comes from areas with a Mediterranean climate, a sunny and dry summer accompanied by mild autumn. Growers in the northern hemisphere can begin harvesting in October, but those in the southern hemisphere can start gathering in April.