Lindsay OG is an indica dominant hybrid weed strain. It’s genetics include Master Kush and the infamous OG Kush, which lends this strain its potency. Lindsay has been used to treat body aches, insomnia, depression and anxiety. It can also help reduce nausea and vomiting. Lindsay can be consumed in a variety of ways including smoking or vaporizing the flowers as well as taking the flower orally through tinctures or teas.
Lindsay Kush Appearance and Aromas
This particular strain has a dark green color with a frosty layer of trichomes. The buds are dense and covered in bright orange hairs. The bud smells very earthy and pungent with a woodsy taste.
Lindsay OG has a terpene makeup that majorly consists of myrcene, which is also found in mangoes and lerass. Myrcene is known to provide properties that can help consumers relax and also fight insomnia. Myrcene is the most common terpene found in cannabis and it’s often associated with indica strains because of how it impacts users once all other terpenes have been processed through the body after consumption.
Other notable terpenes found in Lindsay OG include ocimene, which has a sweet, herbal smell; limonene, which emits a lemony scent; and caryophyllene oxide, which brings about spicy notes.
Lindsay Kush Effects and Medical Use
Lindsay OG has an immediate effect that provides consumers with a powerful head high that leaves the mind clear and focused with waves of calming, relaxing effect that will wash over the body. This combined with how potent Lindsay OG is makes it ideal for treating insomnia, anxiety, pain and depression. Those who are new to smoking or vaporizing this strain should caution because its effects can sometimes be overwhelming and make the user be “couch locked”
It is important for new consumers to exercise patience when smoking or vaporizing Lindsay OG because it can take up to two hours for the full effect of this strain to hit. However, over time, users can adjust how much they inhale and feel effects sooner than usual. It’s important to maintain a positive mindset while consuming Lindsay OG because the high THC content can sometimes cause anxiety and paranoia if smoked in excess. While not typically recommended for daytime use, Lindsay OG has been known to alleviate fatigue and offer benefits for those who work throughout the day and may need help staying awake and focused on their tasks. Those consuming Lindsay OG during these later hours should be careful about dosing with edibles such as cannabis-infused baked goods because the effects can be unpredictable.
Lindsay OG Kush Grow Info
Lindsay OG grows best in an indoor environment. It has a slow growth pattern that makes it ideal for growers who are low on space or growing in smaller gardens. Flowering time is typically 8 to 9 weeks.
Grown outdoors, this strain can grow up to 10 feet tall with an average yield of 500 grams per square meter.
Harvest Date: Late September/Early October when grown indoors. Early November when grown outdoors.
Once harvested, Lindsay OG should be hung upside down in a dark room at 50 degrees Fahrenheit until the buds are dry enough to be broken up by hand. The curing process begins after the cannabis is dry. Put the dried material into mason jars and keep it in a cool, dark place. The length of curing should be based on how much humidity is released from the curing cannabis, which can vary depending on the strain. Lindsay OG typically cures for 1 to 2 weeks before being ready for packaging and long-term storage.