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sin valley og seeds

Sin valley og seeds
The buzz from Sin Valley OG starts at the top of the head and works its way in a tingling fashion down to the toes. It encourages focus alongside relaxation, which can stimulate creativity as well as ease into unwinding from the day. This strain is recommended for body pains, especially headaches and migraines, and may alleviate insomnia and depression.

Sin Valley OG

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The buds produced by this indica-leaning cannabis plant are the color of unripe limes. The aroma coming from them resembles lemon and lime peels mixed in with a heavy dose of skunky funk.

When smoked, these flowers taste a little earthy with that citrus aftertaste lingering on the tongue following exhale.

The buzz from Sin Valley OG starts at the top of the head and works its way in a tingling fashion down to the toes. It encourages focus alongside relaxation, which can stimulate creativity as well as ease into unwinding from the day. This strain is recommended for body pains, especially headaches and migraines, and may alleviate insomnia and depression.

Common side effects of this strain include red eyes and cottonmouth.

For growers, Sin Valley OG is a high-yielding plant that grows bushy and would an ideal candidate for the sea-of-green technique.

Want to know the differences between Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid strains?

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Sin valley og seeds
When smoked, these flowers taste a little earthy with that citrus aftertaste lingering on the tongue following exhale.

Sin Valley OG

Taste & Smell

Experience

Pairs Well With

About this Hybr >

The buds produced by this indica-leaning cannabis plant are the color of unripe limes. The aroma coming from them resembles lemon and lime peels mixed in with a heavy dose of skunky funk.

When smoked, these flowers taste a little earthy with that citrus aftertaste lingering on the tongue following exhale.

The buzz from Sin Valley OG starts at the top of the head and works its way in a tingling fashion down to the toes. It encourages focus alongside relaxation, which can stimulate creativity as well as ease into unwinding from the day. This strain is recommended for body pains, especially headaches and migraines, and may alleviate insomnia and depression.

Common side effects of this strain include red eyes and cottonmouth.

For growers, Sin Valley OG is a high-yielding plant that grows bushy and would an ideal candidate for the sea-of-green technique.

Want to know the differences between Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid strains?

  • Learn about Indicas vs Sativas
  • Learn about Hybrids