The Balanced Ghost
Ghost OG is a well-balanced hybrid strain that leans towards indica. The true origins of Ghost OG is debatable within the cannabis community. However, everyone will agree that one of Ghost OG’s parents is the mother of all Kush’s, OG Kush.
Ghost OG could be derived from OG Kush and an Afghani strain. Another possibility is that the Ghost is mixed between OG Kush and a Triangle Kush. Whichever parents Ghost OG is derived from, the qualities of this strain are unique. OG strains usually have a piney taste and Ghost has a lemon taste.
This is an award-winning strain. Cultivators known as, The Clinic, from Colorado entered their strain of Ghost OG in 2013. It won 3rd place at the High Times Cannabis Cup under the Medical Hybrid category.
Ghost OG looks like a Kush, tastes like a Kush and grows like a Kush. This strain might be too difficult for a beginner grower to try and tackle on. It is a bit finicky, but with enough TLC, Ghost OG grow and produce amazingly tasty buds.
This is a truly sturdy strain. It can grow indoors and outdoors and can tolerate cooler nighttime temperatures. The Ghost prefers temperatures between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep the humidity low and feed heavily using calcium and magnesium.
The big dense nugs on the stem are susceptible to bud rot. That is why it is better to grow this strain outdoors if or when the humidity is high. Using compost tea helps the plant fight against powdery mildew.
Ghost OG is a strong hybrid that offers wonderful effects that both medical and recreational smokers enjoy. After a few puffs, many agree that they feel relaxed, happy, euphoric, uplifted and hungry. This is a strain that makes smokers feel positive and hungry.
Medical patients look for these strains because Ghost OG provides benefits other than a feel-good euphoria. Many patients say they feel relief from stress, pain, lack of appetite, depression and insomnia. And the Ghost doesn’t just stop there. It also provides relief for more serious conditions such as ADD/ADHD, anxiety, chronic pain, headaches, migraines and PMS.
This strain is great for people struggling with muscle and joint stiffness. Ghost OG helps users relax enough to provide relief for rheumatoid arthritis as well as a great pre-workout routine.
There are a few negatives associated with Ghost OG. But most of it is easily preventable and easy to deal with. The most common complaint is dry mouth. The cure is simple when it comes to feeling like there’s a bunch of cotton balls in your mouth. Make sure you have a cool glass of water nearby to combat the cotton balls.
Other people have complained about dry eyes. But the cure for that is simple too. Purchase your favorite brand of eye drops and that will do the trick. Other not so common complaints include anxiousness, paranoia and headaches.
These symptoms are preventable. Smokers need to realize that this Ghost is a strong strain. And the stronger the strain the more powerful the effects are. The best method to smoke this strain is to watch those dosages. Take a few puffs then put it down and wait a few minutes.
Ghost OG is a great smelling and tasting herb. Crack open a nug and it’s like breaking open an orange. The smell is sweet, citrus and earthy.
It tastes just as good as it smells. People say that the taste is reminiscent of strong and sweet oranges. After exhale, expect an earthy undertone.
Ghost OG is better to enjoy during the mornings as a wake-n-bake. The aches and pains subside while allowing smokers to go out and enjoy the day. For those who enjoy early morning exercise regimes, this phenotype lets smokers enjoy yoga and stretches without feeling constrained by usual aches and pains.