Abusive OG is a distinct phenotype of famed strain OG Kush. Having originated in California, this is a mostly indica cut that proffers deep physical relaxation alongside a rich and earthy flavor profile. Despite its name, you’re more likely to receive healing and relaxation than abuse from this potent strain — cannabis testing lab Analytical 360 has consistently found buds of Abusive OG to have between 14% and a whopping 32% THC content.

Abusive OG stands out with large to medium-sized buds that cling together in a dense, indica-typical structure. These nuggets are almost spherical, with small leaves curling inward toward their central stems. The leaves themselves are a dark shade of forest green and are threaded through with bright orange and red hairs (which are actually pistils, reproductive structures intended to catch pollen from fertilizing male plants). Occasionally, Abusive OG exhibits faint shades of blue and lavender in its leaves; these hues come about when colder than average weather stimulates pigments called anthocyanins in the strain’s genetics. Finally, a coating of icy white trichomes covers the inner and outer surfaces of the flowers, accounting for Abusive OG’s psychoactivity and making it very sticky to the touch.