Published on October 10th, 2019 | by Eleanor Russell0
Jerry OG Strain Review
Jerry OG is a sativa-dominant hybrid cross between Jack Herer, a cerebral sativa, and Larry OG, a relaxing indica-dominant hybrid. Like Larry OG, Jerry OG was first propagated in Orange County, California, where it quickly gained recognition for its energizing and focusing high and powerful pain-relieving body effects.
This combination of uplifting mental effects and physical relaxation makes excellent medicine for the treatment of many chronic conditions, including chronic pain, PMS, muscle cramps and asthma. The cerebral effect is energetic, creative and focusing, making it an ideal strain for managing symptoms of depression or anxiety while at work or on the go. Ultimately, Jerry OG is top-tier for its powerful physical relief that won’t cause you to crash around midday, as you would with other strains with indica-dominant pain-relieving effects.
Jerry OG tends to grow tall and gangly like an average sativa. Her water leaves are a dark shade of forest green while her stalks are often lighter. She tends to grow a decent yield of dense, spongy popcorn flowers that stand out among the foliage in shades of lime and dark green. Jerry OG flowers are covered in silvery-white trichomes that give the buds a bit of an alien appearance. Her pistils are sandy brown or orange in color and curl out from the calyxes in all directions.
On the plant, Jerry OG flowers smell sweet and floral. When dried, they take on a sweet and earthy aroma of pine needles and spice. The smell is loud enough to envelop a room when the jar is cracked open. On a deep inhale, Jerry OG opens up into sweet, citrusy fruit flavors. The smoke is a little peppery, so it’s likely to make you cough a bit before the exhale. On the exhale, Jerry OG leaves you with a lasting hoppy herbal flavor and piney aftertaste. All in all, Jerry OG is a sweet and sour masterpiece that offers a great mix of effects that can help you keep your pain manageable without sacrificing your energy or creativity. If you see it at your favorite dispensary, it’s definitely worth a try.