Detail of strain
The story of Face Off OG strain begins in the late 1990s in California
This 70/30 indica-dominant hybrid shares its name with the 1997 movie in which
Nicolas Cage and John Travolta literally swap faces (“I want to take his face…off!”),
and the experience this strain has to offer could arguably be compare to losing your face.
Dizzying euphoria goes straight to the head in an intensely psychoactive experience best reserved for veteran consumers.
More so, Its crushing full-body effects make this strain a great choice for consumers attending to physical discomfort or for relaxing on a lazy weekend.
But then again, you will begin exhibiting symptoms of couch-lock and will feel extremely tired and lazy.
However, The strain is perfect for those who have nothing else to do for the rest of the night and wish to stay indoors.
That being said, the strain does have medicinal properties and has been used on several instances in order to treat patients with…
More detail of strain
Face Off OG strain is a phenotype of OG Kush that got chosen after cultivating seeds from a hermaphrodite OG Kush.
The strain originated in Southern California in the late ’90s,
according to its Oregon breeder, Archive Seed Bank.
After receiving a half-dozen Face Off OG seeds from California,
Archive breeders reportedly selected the #4 seed for its distinct flavor and intense head-high.
The strain has a lots of recommendation for its foggy effects and for pain relief.
In addition, Archive use a backcross Face Off OG phenotype to breed several hybrids, including Do-Si-Dos and Oregon Lemons.
Archive now carries a second backcrossing of Face Off OG in regular, non-feminized seed form.