Jager OG Strain Review

Jager OG strain buds on a white plate

A cold glass of Jagermeister contains up to 56 different flavors. This German drink is a delight for those who like the pungent flavor of black licorice and herbs. Being such a famous addition to many other cocktails, it is not surprising that a weed strain is named after this iconic alcoholic beverage.

The Jager OG strain is a delicious bud with up to 23% THC levels. Although this strain comes from unknown buds, we can say its parents gave it an amazing set of properties. With its frosty and forest green nugs, and its potent indica profile, the Jager OG strain is a tasty and effective bud for anyone who wants to relax.

Terpenes

Lemon, pine, and woody undertones are the main fragrances of this potent indica bud. Just like its alcoholic beverage counterpart, Jager OG has a delicious herbal flavor that makes you love it or hate it. These mouth-watering mixes of aromas are created through the combination of pinene, myrcene, limonene, and nerolidol.

Effects

As a good indica-dominant bud, the Jager OG strain will have you recovering from pain, stress, and fatigue. Being a hard-hitting strain, it is best for nighttime use to get you ready for a good night’s rest. Moreover, this frosty bud will help you explore the infinity of your mind while sending warm waves of relief throughout your body. While it can be an overpowering strain, Jager OG will help you reduce anxiety, stress, and pain. For these multiple factors, new users should try to gain some experience before trying the potent Jager OG.

Likewise, the terpenes in the Jager OG strain also contain a great set of benefits. Limonene, the terpene responsible for this strain’s lemon aroma, has anxiety and depression relief properties, being a well-known mood regulator. Then, myrcene adds its strong sedative and anti-inflammatory effects. Pinene, the most prominent terpene of this strain, is a great choice to treat anxiety and pain, and it has shown potential benefits to combat short-term memory impairment, often associated with THC. Finally, nerolidol has a strong woody aroma, some studies have shown it has antifungal, antibacterial, anxiolytic, and antioxidant properties.

On the other hand, some users could experience dry eyes and dry eyes as common negative effects of the Jager OG strain. Additionally, some users could experience some slight paranoia.

Jager OG Strain Genetics

Although its lineage is unknown, many claim that Jager OG comes from a Hindu Kush strain crossed with a Southern Oregon bud. These assumptions come from the fact that the Jager OG strain has a strong Kush terpene profile and a short structure. On the other hand, the appearance of its frosty, deep forest green nugs reminds breeders of some Oregon strains. Regardless of its lineage, the Jager OG strain definitely comes from strong, effective, and fragrant strains.

Growth Information

The lack of information on the Jager OG strain and its origins has made it difficult for growers to find special indications about its growing conditions. The only thing we can assure you is that this bud will thrive both indoors and outdoors, giving you frosty and fragrant nugs when carefully cultivated.

Flowering Time

50 – 60 days.

Yield

350 – 400 gr/m²  indoors – 400 gr/plant outdoors.

Seeds

If you want to grow your own Jager OG strain, get your seeds and start growing here.

The enticing aromas and powerful effects of Jager OG make it a great indica strain to unwind. However, at Botany Farms, we know how difficult it can get sometimes to find certain strains. For this reason, you may want to try out our Cherry Blossom strain. This stress-melting indica tests at 11% CBD, perfect for those who are not fond of THC. Moreover, the rich taste of dark cherries and floral citrus are mouth-watering, creating a calm and lovely atmosphere for the end of the day.

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