All About Valley Girl Weed Strain
Valley Girl is a product of crossing San Fernando Valley OG and Face Off OG. Archive Seed Bank cultivators made it an even 50/50 hybrid with perfectly balanced effects. The strain is also called Valley Girl OG, reminding users of its OG genetics.
The smoke produced when this weed combusted is surprisingly smooth and easy on the inhale. Consumers appreciate the taste of sweet citrus and flowers with pine aftertaste. The THC levels of Valley Girl OG marijuana are very diverse. Depending on breeding conditions and cultivating methods, the potency may vary from 20% to high 25% THC. Therefore, to create the right dosage and avoid overwhelming users should better measure their weed’s strength.
Valley Girl cannabis delivers high without hesitation. The minute it arrives, consumers describe the pulsing pressure in the face and temples, which is immediately followed by the potent head high. The time perception slows down; the senses get sharper, and the colors – brighter. Trippy high lovers choose this weed to watch movies or listen to music while being relaxed on the couch. Valley Girl marijuana shares its name with a 1983 romantic comedy starring Nicholas Cage, which could be a nice choice for a high evening or late afternoon.
Depending on personal tolerance and acceptance, users experience different effects. Some feel the energy burst, motivation and benefit from productivity increase. In comparison, others get couch-locked and relaxed from head to toe. In any case, Valley Girl OG weed makes consumers uplifted and happy, alleviating their emotional and physical problems.
This strain’s potency makes it a good cure for chronic, temporary, severe or nerve pains. It also erases headaches and arthritis, taking away muscle eye tension. Consumers find it useful for depression and stress. However, those prone to panic, anxiety and dizziness may feel the symptoms worsening.
Short and bushy Valley Girl OG plants may grow indoors and outdoors. Breeders can buy the seeds online and will need to wait from 9-10 weeks to reap the harvest.