Much like a Rolex watch, what first comes to mind when smoking this strain is its quality. This predominantly Indica hybrid has a complex combination of different flavors and effects, so much like the intricate inner workings of a Rolex, this strain relies upon its own elaborate structure to please the consumer. So through merging White Fire OG and Kuchi, we see a solid product in Rolex OG Kush which deservedly won the High Times Cannabis Cup for best strain in 2013. So if you are new or experienced to smoking cannabis, this strain is not to be missed.
Rolex OG Kush is an easy plant to nurture and can be grown both indoors and outdoors; thus being an ideal plant for novice growers. The plant grows to a medium size and generally flowers around the 8-9 week mark, yielding anywhere from 480-600g/m2. So with an impressive yield from a relatively straightforward growth process, growing Rolex OG Kush is an attractive proposition for beginners.
The buds are large, lumpy, resiny and spade-like in shape, are of a yellow and green color and have orange hair covering the buds all over. Flavorwise this strain doesn’t stand out too much but is still pleasant enough, being a mix between a cheesy and citrusy flavor which almost reminds me of Turkish delights. The smell is far less difficult to pinpoint and is very pungent and skunky as found in most Kush strains. Overall the attributes are nothing out of the ordinary but solid nonetheless.
At this moment there isn't any specific test data available for this strain.
Shortly after smoking, you will notice that cerebral effects start to come on quite quickly, uplifting your mood and inducing fits of giggles. This strain also induces energy and thus can also be good for focus and creativity, but after a while, you will notice that the bodily effects start to take over and for many, this will mean couch lock or lethargic behavior. So given its effects, this is a great strain to take with friends on days where you are free and would like to chill in a fun and relaxing environment.
This strain is said to be great for those suffering from fatigue owing to its stimulating qualities and has been reported to also help those suffering from headaches. Other medicinal uses range from providing stress relief, treating bodily pains and inducing an appetite for those with eating disorders.
Compared to other strains, there isn’t too much information regarding its side-effects minus that it can give you the commonly experienced dry mouth. However judging from what we have to go on, this is the most common side effect and therefore the experience you will have will generally be positive and enjoyable.
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