OCA Gold Marijuana Seeds Information
Bred by Oregon Cannabis Authority, OCA Gold hails from classic Afghani and Hindu Kush strains. The buds have airy dark olive green popcorn-shaped nugs with purple streaks, bright red hairs, and a coating of tiny gold crystal trichomes. It emits a very earthy and sweet fragrance with hints of floral hash that’s mellow and spicy.
What are the Flavor and Effects of OCA Gold?
OCA Gold is a delicious mix of a sweet herbal honey flavor with a touch of vanilla.
Its mellow cerebral high delivers a happy lift a few minutes after your first smoke, filling you with relaxing and blissful thoughts. Your body will start to melt into a state of relaxation. This relaxing state will turn sedative and end in a long and peaceful nap. It is perfect for late evenings and a toke before sleep.
What are the Medical Benefits of OCA Gold?
Medically speaking, OCA Gold is proven beneficial to those people who experience chronic pain, fatigue, insomnia, and spasticity. Indica leaning, it possesses properties that of an analgesic, stimulant, and relaxant.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from OCA Gold.
Dehydration is an unavoidable reaction to a hash. Users usually experience dryness of mouth and eyes when using OCA Gold. Cannabis-induced dehydration can be reduced by drinking lots of water throughout the toke. To soothe those red eyes, use a good eye moisturizer.
Anxiety, dizzy spells, and worse, paranoia may occur in rare cases. You may complain of headaches, as well. This is normal especially to beginners who have a low tolerance to the strain. Remember to just go steady and slow with the doses until you are ready for more.
How to Grow OCA Gold?
Growers can choose to grow this strain indoors or outdoors. It is short and squat. Thick-framed as it is, you need to prune and trim to allow air and light to unfortunate lower nodes. It prefers a sub-tropical climate and can stand cooler ones. You can try to plant it in soil or water. Soil enhances the flavor of your bud while water increases yield and hastens the flowering stage.