Cherry OG, which is often confused with ‘Cherry Kush’, was created by ‘Emerald Triangle Seeds’. This strain was obtained by hybridizing ‘Cherry Thai’ and ‘an old Afghan’ strain at first and then by crossing this with the ‘Lost Coast OG’. Primarily, this hybridization was done for the purpose of increasing the yield of the Cherry Thai parent. This indica-sativa combination strain is having the indica/sativa ration 50:50. Thus, this strain is well balanced between indica and sativa. The buds of this plant are found to be smaller, darker and round-shaped appearing more or less like the ripened cherries. The flowers of Cherry OG appear dark, lush green colored and are covered by a layer of orange colored hairs.
Most typically, this strain is recognized by its diesel aroma with the traces of cherry combined with it. The flavor will be exotic and fruity in nature and is capable of producing a euphoric feeling to the users. This strain is found to be effective in relieving anxiety and can be able to provide the uplift and whole body relaxation. This would also act well with pains and nausea.
What is Live Resin?
Live resin is a type of cannabis concentrate that is produced using a unique technique—freshly harvested cannabis is frozen to a subcritical temperature prior to and throughout the extraction process, skipping the drying and curing phases.
The drying and curing process that a cannabis plant typically undergoes can have a devastating impact on terpenes, the compounds that account for flavor and aroma. They are present in the trichomes, which line virtually every surface of a mature cannabis bud and its surrounding foliage.
During drying and curing, the cannabis plant wicks itself of moisture and chlorophyll. Trichomes may also be subjected to adverse conditions such as: increased exposure to heat, oxygen, and light, and physical agitation, which all can degrade terpenes.
By freezing the plant immediately following harvest, the cannabis plant retains its valuable terpene profile, original flavor, and fragrance through the extraction process and into the final product.