Bright orange and red hairs jumping out from washout green buds, covered with a soft, thin layer of sparkling crystals. Below these color hues, standing out for their size, we find rich dark green leaves growing over double the plant’s width in a protective manner, making the Goji OG strain a total visual feast. Its name refers to the Asian species of a bright red, sour berry from the Himalaya, also called Goji berry or wolfberry, widely used in traditional Asian cuisine and alternative medicine remedies. Even though its parent strains are not so popular, the results have been fantastic with users. In fact, the Goji OG strain, aka OG Kush, has won several awards, including 2nd Place Non-Solvent Hash in the 2014 High Times Medical Cannabis Cup San Francisco and 1st Place Concentrate in the 2013 High Times Medical Cannabis Cup Seattle. Goji OG is a Sativa-dominant hybrid strain with a THC content that goes around 12% to 26%, typically 22%, with long-lasting cerebral effects. In contrast, it has a low CBD content, usually below 0.5%.