Aspen OG’s first parent, Sour Cream, is a sativa-dominant strain that is a cross between G-13 Haze and Sour Diesel. It has a sour, fuel-like aroma, and despite its sativa genetics, it’s actually a moderately sedating strain. Meanwhile, San Fernando Valley OG Kush, is a cross between San Fernando Valley OG and OG Kush known for its lemony pine flavor and its relaxing effects.
Aspen OG generally has a 60/40 sativa to indica ratio and a moderate THC level that tends to bring most consumers a balanced, easygoing high.
Consumers say that it brings a euphoric, fast-acting cerebral high that can sharpen the senses and make it seem like one is thinking more quickly and clearly. Some have reported that Aspen OG’s head high can alter their perception a bit, giving the experience an almost “psychedelic” dimension.
Aspen OG’s initial energetic boost may help one complete tasks or focus on creative work. Consumers say that Aspen OG is a versatile strain, easily enjoyed solo or in social settings.
Later on, consumers will probably feel a stoney body high coming on that relieves muscle tension and is ideal for an evening on the couch. Some say that Aspen OG gives them the munchies, which could make it a good choice for anyone dealing with a loss of appetite.
Overall, consumers say that Aspen OG leaves them feeling happy, focused, uplifted, talkative, or relaxed.
Aspen OG is regarded as quite sweet, with some consumers saying that Aspen OG is “sweet like Aspen in the summer.” It also has a pleasant aroma that many say smells like berries and sweet candies.