Sumo’s OG Kush

Sumo’s OG Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
350 to 450 grams per square meter (indoor), 550 to 650 grams per plant (outdoor)
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
7 to 8 Weeks
Growing Difficulty
80 to 150 cm (indoors), 100 to 180 cm (outdoor)
Citrus, Pine, Diesel, and Sour

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Sumo’s OG Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

This indica-dominant strain is a multi-awardee from the Sumo Seeds. This comes from crossing a mysterious OG Kush hybrid by a California Kush (Mendocino Purps x LA Confidential). This potent strain garnered the 1st Kush and 1st overall place at Amsterdam’s Highlife Cup in year 2015. It also garnered the award of being 1st place at Il Castello Cannabis Cup year 2017, and in the same year, it won the 2nd place in Mallorcannabis Cup.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sumo’s OG Kush?

The immense potency, pungent smell and signature taste of citrus, diesel, and sour were all dialed to the maximum of this strain. The high begins with a light happy lift that slowly builds up in your mind’s back before washing over you with a cozy context of bliss. As your mind soars to new euphoric levels, your limbs will be filled with a light body buzz, keeping you embedded in the world below.

What are the Medical Benefits of Sumo’s OG Kush?

Sumo’s OG Kush is said to be perfect for treating conditions such as depression and chronic stress. Also, it soothes chronic fatigue, boosts appetite, and cures nausea.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Sumo’s OG Kush

Taking this strain would dry your mouth and eyes. Also, this will induce dizziness, headache, or anxiousness when too much indulge.

How to Grow Sumo’s OG Kush?

This strain can be grown indoors or outdoors. In a warm climate, this will thrive best. The best setting this should be is in an environment free from drastic changes in the weather, pests, and diseases. Also, you can add some organic fertilizer that’s suited to this plant.

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