Hell's Angel OG

Hell's Angel OG

4.5| 118 Reviews

Strain Highlights

Hell’s Angel OG (also called Biker's Kush or just Hell's OG) is an indica-dominant hybrid that is said to contain OG Kush and Blackberry genetics. The strain’s origins are poorly documented, but popular myth will tell you Hell's Angel OG was bred by the biker ruffians themselves in Southern California. If nothing else, we could assume this strain is named after its fierce psychoactive effects that settle in quickly and heavily. Lifting stress from the mind and pain from the body, Hells Angels OG is a therapeutic strain commonly used to treat inflammation, insomnia, and PTSD. Underneath its dominant earthy flavors hides a subtle citrus, candy-like aroma. This hybrid produces large, heavy buds that flower in 8 to 9 weeks indoors while outdoor plants are ready for harvest during the September-October transition.

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Strain Attributes

Relaxed
Euphoric
Sleepy
Happy
Uplifted
Pain
Stress
Inflammation
Depression
Nausea
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Anxious
Dizzy
Headache

Flavors

  • 1. Earthy
  • 2. Pine
  • 3. Sweet

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“This is my favorite sleepy time strain. Do NOT read that to mean it is ONLY good for sleeping. I enjoy it pretty much any time. But it turns my brain off and lets me relax. Let me explain that a little better...it turns off the constantly thinking, logical part of my brain (frontal lobe?) that keeps me awake all night because it won't shut the f up, and activates the creative parts of my brain (temporal lobes?) so I ...”

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“I was hyped after reading the site description, especially the psychedelic effects. Man, I was not let down! I smoked a medium-sized blunt to the face on a short hike. I was pleasantly surprised that there was no paranoia to speak of whatsoever (so many strains have this effect on me, which cramps my high). My mind was incredibly active and more creative than any other strain I’ve smoked. I didn’t experience couch lo...”

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