About OG LA Affie Strain
OG LA Affie is a heavily Indica dominant hybrid strain (95% Indica and 5% Sativa) or 100% Indica hybrid, a descendant of Afghani. This strain boasts an insanely high THC level of up to 22% and is most famous for parenting the infamous LA Confidential strain. Being a heavy Indica strain, OG LA Affie gives its consumers a bit of mental lift that is rather typical before soothing them into relaxation.
Possessing up to 22% THC, it is a potent cannabis strain and one that users should never underestimate. It is a fast-acting hybrid. This means, soon after the first toke, consumers can feel its effects. Often, it starts with an uplifting sensation that not only feels pleasant but also clears the mind. Its consumers are cheerful. This strain increases creativity, and the ideas and thoughts seem to pop into the head. Typical of Indica, it takes a while to make its presence felt. While it certainly boosts the uplifting sensation during the onset, its full effects creep in later. But, once they feel its full effects, it delivers a whole-body relaxation, one that is deep but not to the point of sedation. Hence, it is not likely to point to a couch-lock if used in moderation.
OG LA Affie: Appearance, Aroma, and Flavor
Its buds are small and very dense yet are quite pretty with purple undertones, bright hairs, and a light dusting of clear trichomes. It has a combination of smells that are distinctive. Also, it produces an earthy aroma with hints of coffee. Adding to its peculiar scent is the sweet and tangy fragrance that is reminiscent of mango and lime once users break its nug. The flavors of this strain are great at first, like mango and lime mix for a tropical treat. However, as you exhale, this blend is also accented by a note of earth and coffee, making it just a little weird and hard to decipher.
Medical users often prefer OG LA Affie because of her very long-lasting set of effects, making her an ideal option for treating a variety of ailments. Thus, it is perfect for treating conditions such as insomnia, headaches or migraines, chronic fatigue, and mild-to-moderate cases of depression.