Though popular with the few patients who have sampled it, Pine OG is pretty hard to find in most of the United States. It might sell at select dispensaries on the West Coast or in Colorado, but beyond those legal markets it’s likely quite rare. It’s a pure sativa, a rarity these days, and it’s strong, so it’s worth trying. Data on THC levels is hard to come by, but it appears this strain can top 26%, which would make it easily one of the most powerful strains in the world. CBD, on the other hand, is less than 1%, so patients will definitely get more benefit from the THC than the CBD. The nugs this strain produces are super-dense and have a pungent aroma of pine forest. Pine OG tastes of pine and wood. This strain and its sativa genes deliver a potent cerebral high that’s clear-headed, energetic, and creative, with a euphoric mood boost and a case of the social yaps. It can treat anxiety, low mood, irritability, lack of appetite, mood disorders, and muscle spasms. Patients might find this strain at select dispensaries, but it isn’t widely used in the United States.