This strain can be quite heady, and it offers just enough energy to keep the couch-lock away. Its body buzz will bring tingles to the extremities, making it a good choice for controlling pain, inflammation, or cramps. It may also relieve sour moods, emotional swings, or the stresses of daily living.
The dark, bulky nugs produced by this mostly-indica cannabis plant (70% indica/30% sativa) look almost like cooled lava rolled around in sugar crystals. Supermax OG’s scent combines the zest of lemon peels with a bit of spice, and when smoked through a pipe it tastes slightly earthy and peppery, too.
Lab data indicates this one’s quite a beast, too: 23% THC.
The most commonly reported side effects from Supermax OG include cottonmouth and red eyes. High doses may cause some anxiety or paranoia.
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