Boss OG is an aromatic phenotype of the well known OG Kush strain. It shares a lot of similarities with Fire OG and emits scents of lime, lemon, and fuel. Users of this strain report a relaxing, euphoric effect and diminished levels of stress or pain. Additionally, this strain of cannabis is a good option for people who like to work out since it has mild nerve stimulating and muscle energizing effects.
Boss OG has a flowering cycle of 9 to 10 weeks over which it produces plenty of cannabis buds. The nug has a light-green spongy appearance and looking at it with a scope will reveal icicle trichomes with globular tips. It is easy to grow and produces a high yield, making it an ideal option for cultivators of varying expertise levels.
The three primary terpenes found in Boss OG are Caryophyllene, Fenchol, and Linalool at 0.30 %, 0.131 %, and 0.118%. It also contains significant levels of Humulene and Myrcene. Myrcene is the most commonly found terpene in most strains. However, the terpenes Limonene and Pinene are chiefly responsible for the earthy, sour citrus scent that this strain emanates. These are present in smaller amounts of 0.081 % and 0.031 %. It also has a woody, fuel undertone which many users seem to find enjoyable.
Humulene is responsible for the distinct herbaceous, slightly floral aroma of this strain. It also has anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties.
Myrcene has a mild sedative effect which is responsible for the lethargic feeling reported by some users.
Fenchol has fragrances of camphor and pine. It has antimicrobial and antibacterial properties.
Linalool is characterized by a floral, citrusy scent and has sedative, anxiety-relieving effects.
What Consumers are Saying:
Boss OG also provides euphoric and uplifting Sativa-like effects.
Potential Medical Benefits
Below are a list of conditions that Boss OG may be helpful in managing. We have selected these conditions based upon two sources: reviews from consumers who report using the strain to manage these symptoms, and/or substantial scientific evidence suggesting that its dominant terpenes may help manage the conditions listed below.
Some users reported Headaches, Dry Mouth, Dry Eyes, Stress, Inflammation, Dizziness. Rare side effects may include: Depression, Paranoia, Body Pain