Strain of the Week: Deep Sleep OG

In less than two weeks, there are a lot of things that are going to happen. Thanksgiving is notorious for intense football games and massive amounts of food to celebrate thankfulness and togetherness. It’s the time of year when awkward family conversations are inevitable, when stress is high for whoever (regretfully) volunteered to cook a whole turkey and play as host, but more than anything, it’s a time for sleep. Many already know that turkey, and also foods like chicken, other meats, cheese, yogurt, eggs and fish, contain an amino acid called tryptophan which can bring on sleepiness. Nothing else matters when you’ve gotten one (or two or more) heaping helpings of food, which ultimately result in a well-deserved food coma. Want to prep yourself for that ultimate feeling of relaxation? Try a strain like Deep Sleep OG.

Unsurprisingly, Deep Sleep OG is an indica, and a strong one at that. It’s parents, Larry OG and Pre-98, are both equally powerful indicas as well. Larry OG offers gentle and soothing effects used to treat a myriad of medical conditions, as well as an ultimate relaxation. Pre-98 is similar, offering balanced effects between the body and head. With these qualities, Deep Sleep OG has become a highly sought-after strain for nice, well-deserved body relaxation.

Reviewers enjoyed the calming scent of fresh pine and “dank dank” aroma before inhaling this beautiful beast. The terpene profile contains a surprising burst of lemon and anise. What’s nice about his strain is that it won’t instantly couchlock consumers who try it. It offers a more gradual set of effects that slowly takes form. Reviewers mentioned that it is ideal to settle into your nearest couch or chair once the effects begin to truly take place. After that, watching a movie becomes as immersive as watching it in theaters. Just be sure to prepare for the sleep that will ultimately come your way.

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