IRENE OG X 4 DD (CHEMDAWG)
Irene OG is a 60% sativa dominant hybrid strain that originated in the United States. While it’s exact parentage is highly disputed, it is believed that the strain was created out of OG Kush genetics, which would explain its overall aroma and flavored, which can only be described as sour and pungent.
The strain creates an invigorating body still on, mixed with a light and cerebrally stimulating high that will make you feel good four hours. Irene OG is highly energizing and can also be used as a morning strain in order to overt symptoms of chronic medical conditions that need to be managed.
Chem DD is an indica dominant hybrid (60% indica/40% sativa) strain created through a cross of the infamous Chemdawg X Sour Diesel IBL strains. This bud, although hard to get your hands on, has an insanely potent taste and aroma that fills any room you're in. The flavor is of lemon ammonia with a harsh exhale and a hint of sour diesel, and the aroma is incredibly harsh with hints of sour diesel and strong chemicals and lemons. This bud has small and piecey light minty green nugs with dark green leaves, rich amber hairs, and a super frosty coating of tiny crystal trichomes. The Chem DD high is pretty strong to even the most experienced user, with heavy head and body effects. The high starts with a subtly relaxing uplifted euphoria that launches your mind into pure bliss. This is accompanied by a building body buzz that washes over you in warming waves of relaxation. As your body stone builds, you'll become ravenous with hunger and helplessly couch-locked with a sense of pleasant sleepiness. Because of these effects and its high 18.5% THC level, Chem DD is often used to treat conditions such as depression, chronic stress or anxiety, insomnia, chronic pain, and appetite loss.
Irene OG can be easy to grow and is a good choice for novice growers to cultivate. This particular strain is highly resistant to common mold and mildews and prefers to be kept in a dry and warm outdoor climate
Irene OG grown outdoors can produce a yield of 18 ounces per plant on average, and should be ready for a generous harvest around the middle of October