Back when I first tried cannabis, all I knew was that you could get cheap marijuana with seeds and stems or expensive marijuana with virtually no seeds and minimal stems.
At one point I found a book on marijuana growing and learned that seedless marijuana is called sensimilla.
But in college it was called “chronic” and “crippy” more often than not, while it frequently arrived in my state being shipped across the country from out west. We often called it “medical grade” cannabis if it came from the west, but honestly it was probably rejected by a cannabis dispensary in the first place if it eventually ended up on the black market. There are a number of reasons why a batch of cannabis flower products could get rejected by a cannabis dispensary, but most of them aren’t good reasons and would probably make you question the quality of whatever you’re smoking. However, right around this time I was finally getting real strains of cannabis for what seemed like the first time in my life. I got Afgoo, White Widow, Pineapple, Sour Diesel, and Chocolate Diesel all within the first year of arriving at college. But it was the strain called OG Kush that really surprised me the most. OG Kush is a classic hybrid strain of cannabis that has unknown origins, although some believe it’s an unknown strain that was brought to Florida from Northern California and crossed with Chemdawg, Lemon Thai, and Hindu Kush. I love the effects of OG Kush as it always feels like a balanced hybrid to me, while others might feel like it’s a little heavy for a hybrid.