This hybrid was created by crossing four strains – the White Fire OG, King’s Kush, Kosher Kush, and an unknown strain. The result is an extremely potent strain with a THC content, averaging between 26% to 27% and a CBD count of up to 2%.
This highly potent strain gives off an acrid and sour aroma that reminds you of diesel. When broken apart, however, you will enjoy a woody pine scent with fresh earthy undertones. On inhale, flavors of diesel and pine fill your mouth. The pine taste lingers on your tongue after your last smoke.
The Ace Killer OG strain has a slow-starting high. It creeps up on you and starts with a warm cerebral euphoria, which uplifts you. You will be filled with happy thoughts and memories. Often times, this is accompanied by hunger, so make sure to keep snacks at hand. An hour or two, this sensation flows down from the temples to the core to your limbs. Eventually, you will be goaded to sleep.
The Ace Killer OG has a myriad of medicinal value. For one, it is another strain to be added to your list of natural stress relievers. It is highly effective in pushing away any self-doubts and sad thoughts from your mind. It is also helpful for those suffering from eating disorders because it stimulates the appetite. Lastly, the Ace Killer OG is a favorite among those who are struggling to enjoy deep and relaxing sleep at night. Insomniacs can be easily treated by smoking this strain regularly and in moderate doses.
You may feel an increase in levels of anxiety at the onset of the strain. Your individual tolerance limit can play a part, so it is best to always smoke in moderation.
The Ace Killer OG can grow indoors, outdoors, and in greenhouse settings. It, however, thrives best in a controlled environment where growers can maximize yields by using the hydroponics medium. Growing methods such as Low-Stress Training and the Supper Cropping are effective ways to help the plant reach its full potential.