BEAR Kosher OG Live Resin THC Oil Cartridge
Get Your Honey! BEAR extraction artists utilize in-house grown high quality cannabis plant genetics to produce the richest solvent-free THC oil on the planet. Going one step further, we freeze our cannabis material immediately after harvest to preserve and keep alive the special THC resin in its premium state, thus giving birth to LIVE RESIN – a THC Oil like no other!
- 80%+ THC
- Crafted from in-house cultivated flower
- Flower grown responsibly
- NO harsh chemicals used
- NO pesticides used
- Co2 extraction non-volatile
- Clean and clear distillate
- No fillers or cutting agents
- 510 Thread
- Compatible with most batteries
- Pyrex® Glass
- Natural Wood Tip
Kosher OG, also known as “Kosher Kush,” is a popular indica-dominant marijuana strain created from OG Kush. It is famous for its enticing flavor and high potency ingredients. But this strain is famous for more than that! Kosher OG is the only strain that has been blessed by a Rabbi! It is also the winner of the High Times Indica Cup in the years 2010 and 2011.
Known as one of the most odiferous OG Kush-related strains, it has a unique yet familiar smell reminiscent of rich earth and fruit, and is considered by many to be one of the tastiest smokes around. The high is typical of many heavy strains, producing pronounced relaxation and pain relief, with sleep often following close behind. The strain will allow your body to transcend into a state of serenity, thereby draining your mind of all worries. It has been reported that it leaves a powerful effect on the smoker that stays for a long time.
The strain produces a strong aroma which allows the smokers to achieve a complete body relaxation and relieve stress. Many patients have reported relief from depression and a peaceful sleep after smoking Kosher OG.
High amounts of this strain can cause blurred vision and lack of clarity. The most commonly reported side effects include headache, dry eyes and dizziness. However, heavy users might not experience the same effects as the beginners. It is recommended to practice extreme caution with the strain.