Red Eye OG

Red Eye OG Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Flowering Period
60 to 70 days
Semi-humid, Mediterranean
Growing Difficulty
Sweet, Earthy, Pungent, Spicy, Piney

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Red Eye OG Marijuana Seeds Information

The Red Eye OG is a pure indica strain that has shown excellent quality in most cannabis cup; it has been included. As to where the strain originated is still unknown to most. Physically, the cannabis plant has a bud that has a similar shape of a spade. They are dense and composed of protruding pistils in orange shade.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Red Eye OG?

The strain, Red Eye OG has a smell similar to pines, and it is a little sweet with undertones of earthy. Though the strain could get a bit pungent smelling and spicy taste that leaves your tongue, the effects of the strain can occur initially on the head and provide an uplifting feeling that lifts your mood and make you have a positive aura. Eventually, the effect will slow down your entire body and put you in a couch locking state.

What are the medical benefits of Red Eye OG?

The cannabis strain is a perfect buddy in treating pain and muscle cramps, as it can provide relaxation on the body as well. The people suffering fro,k stress, and anxiety every day could have a great relief when using the Red Eye OG strain. It also induces deep sleep and calmness thus can be used for people with insomnia.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Red Eye OG?

The usual effects of the strain in the person using it are relatively common, like drying of the mouth and eyes. It could also lead to dizziness; however, this is typically not occurring all the time. Just when the strain is ingested at a high percentage.

How to Grow Red Eye OG?

The cannabis plant will do well in a different environment, like indoor or outdoor. The only thing to consider is to maintain a semi-humid climate or Mediterranean environment to have its full growth. Expect the plant to develop into a short and bushy structure due to its indica genetics.

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