Fire OG is a cannabis strain with a sharp and distinct citrusy flavor. This hybrid’s flavor is invigorating and makes your mouth water with anticipation of what’s coming. Fire OG seeds grow extremely strong buds, delivering a euphoria that will not just relax you but will also knock you out.
|Plant type||70% Indica 30% Sativa|
|THC||Up to 20%|
|Climate||Indoors and sunny climate|
|Yields||14 to 17 oz per 3x3ft|
|Taste & Smell||Citrus | Earthy | Lemon|
This legendary marijuana was created using two potent marijuana strains, OG Kush, and San Fernando Valley OG Kush. It’s widely known for being one of the strongest OG strains on the market. The bud is known to have THC levels up to 24%, depending on how it’s grown.
Fire OG has a makeup of 70% indica and 30% sativa. It acts as a sedative, that’s very heavy-handed when it comes to the ability to help you relax.
Prepare for couch lock, as this weed takes away all your stresses with just one toke. It’s perfect for anyone looking for an effective way to wind down at the end of a hard day. If you’re looking for a strain of cannabis that will help you rest at night, this is the one. It will induce sleep and help you stay down all night long.
Fire OG Strain Origin
Fire OG is one of the strongest OG cannabis strains on the market today. It was made by crossing San Fernando Valley OG Kush and OG Kush. This weed is a heavy-handed sedative with a bright orange, fire-colored hairs, hence the name, Fire OG.
This weed is very common in the music industry especially hip-hop and reggae. It can be locally purchased from coffee shops, cannabis markets, and medical marijuana dispensaries.
Growing Fire OG Feminized Seeds
These are feminized seeds. Female plants, contrary to male plants, are the ones that actually produce weed. They start flowering when they receive less light per day, i.e. in the Fall or when you manipulate the light cycle indoors.
We advise also reading our germination instructions for guaranteed results.
Fire OG Plants
Fire OG is fairly difficult to grow. So, it’s not recommended for beginner cultivators. It takes a nice amount of patience for these plants to flourish. The grow site you choose must be well-engineered for maximum yield. It’s best grown in a controlled environment indoors.
Pruning and topping off the OG help attain a maximum yield. It molds easily when exposed to rain and high temperature so make sure it has a well-ventilated space to grow in. Soil rich in phosphorous is best for this marijuana strain since it requires a high nutrient level.
Feeding Fire OG Plants
Visit our nutrient section to get the right plant food for every grow stage.
We recommend giving your plants:
- Marijuana Fertilizer – for optimal growth
- Plant Protector – for the best protection
Flowering & Yield
For a fruitful harvest, allow 10-11 weeks. When planted indoors, you can expect to yield 14 ounces per square meter. If you plan to grow Fire OG outdoors, harvesting will take place near late-October, and you can expect a yield of 15 ounces of usable cannabis per plant.
Experiencing The Fire OG Strain
The Fire OG strain has a THC of up to 24% and up to 0.3% CBD. Its euphoric effects can last up to 3 hours after consumption. It is the perfect choice after a tiresome day because it helps both the body and mind relax.
After using this strain of marijuana, expect to feel instantly energized while also traveling into a euphoric state. It is an uplifting type of weed that keeps you in good spirits. You’ll be forced to smile and stay happy when under the influence of Fire OG.
This strain is also capable of inducing calmness, relaxation, and sleep. You’ll feel enveloped in happiness as it prepares you for a restful slumber.
Fire OG is very potent. This hybrid will make anyone feel extremely high. It doesn’t matter if they are a veteran or amateur smoker. Because it is such a strong smoke, Fire OG can leave you with a headache and feelings of dizziness, especially if you are new to it.
Some users may experience feeling paranoid, especially those not used to such fire bud. It can also cause dryness in the mouth and eyes due to dehydration. It is recommended that OG users consume twice as much the water as they would under normal circumstances to avoid dehydration.
Fire OG Taste & Smell
Fire OG has a unique aroma that can be used to differentiate it from other strains. Its smell is pungent with a gentle note of spicy. Weed connoisseurs know its distinct aroma immediately, with its strong, herbal sweetness. There are also sharp undertones of unmistakable woody scents.
Fire OG has an herbal sweetness that sticks to your tongue like glue. This indica-dominant hybrid brings a spicy flavor that lasts for a while. For an earthy flavor that’s as pungent as its aroma, Fire OG is the strain of choice.
Uses for Fire OG
Fire OG is a favorite in the medical marijuana community. It is useful for relaxing patients and releasing mental blockage. Ailments that are caused by chronic stress are best cured using this strain of marijuana.
Those who lack sleep can use Fire OG to get a good night’s rest. It helps the body release chemicals required to calm itself. It is useful for conditions such as:
- Back pain
- Joint pain
- Chronic pain
Fire OG is highly recommended by experts and medical marijuana dispensaries for treating various severe mental issues as well. It has a way of releasing specific chemicals that help the body to calm itself. This makes it a practical choice for combatting restlessness and insomnia. This weed will actually help you fall asleep at night and stay asleep all night long.
If chronic, debilitating pain is a significant issue in your life, this strain is an excellent choice to help manage the pain. Some medical cannabis patients have even reported chronic pains going away after smoking Fire OG. It’s been known to effectively treat joint and back pains, as well as migraines.
This bud will really make you hungry. The munchies it causes makes it possible for those suffering from loss of appetite or chronic nausea to actually sit down and enjoy food. Use this strain to help treat the nausea and appetite loss in cancer patients caused by radiation and chemotherapy treatments.