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Yoda OG Strain Review [2020 Edition]

yoda og strain review

The Yoda OG Cannabis strain is one that has gained increasing popularity in 2020. Here, we breakdown the strain and analyze its history, effects, flavors, and more.

Yoda OG History

The origin of the Yoda OG Strain is a bit mysterious and there doesn’t seem to be much information available (at least not from anything reliable). The general consensus seems to be that Yoda OG got its start in Florida before becoming popular in Southern California.

If you ask most seasoned budtenders, they will say Yoda OG is a derivative of Chemdawg, Lemon Thau, and Old World Paki Kush, making it one of the more interesting blended strains around.

Yoda OG Strain Effects

Yoda OG is an Indica dominant hybrid strain of cannabis. Users of the Yoda OG strain rave about its calming effect that leaves you relaxed without serious “couch-lock”.

That said, we advise Yoda OG as a nighttime smoke as indulging too early might make the day drag on.

Medical Uses of Yoda OG

Because of the mild sedating effects of this strain. It is commonly used to “take the edge off” for patients of the following ailments:

  • ADHD/ADD
  • PTSD
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Lack of Appetite
  • Insomnia

Yoda OG Flavors

Yoda OG has a pungent flavor and aroma with a diverse, earth-forward palette. The taste brings hints of lemon, vanilla, and caramel. Yoda OG has a subtle woody after taste as well.

Final Thoughts

The mysterious and powerful Yoda OG strain is definitely one to try. You can look forward to a powerful and flavorful experience that calms the senses without overly sedating effects.

While we can’t say this is our all-time favorite strain, it certainly isn’t unenjoyable at all.

What do you think of Yoda OG? Have you given it a smoke? Let us know about your experience in the comments!

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