Two famed strains gave birth to this powerful sativa-dominant hybrid (sativa/indica ratio of roughly 30:70): OG Kush and Trainwreck. The THC level of OG Wreck is uncertain, as is the CBD level. But it’s probably safe to assume this strain is low in the cannabinoid CBD and not a good choice for seizure disorders or other conditions that respond to it. The high is almost entirely cerebral, with euphoric energy and a peppy mood boost. It’s great for alleviating anxiety and depression, as well as physical fatigue, migraines and other headaches, chronic pain, and inflammation. Bloodshot eyes and cottonmouth are both common, while paranoia is less likely. OG Wreck has a strong, sour skunky odor with hints of pine, nuts, and soil, and tastes like fruit and black pepper. The buds are long and chunky thanks to the plant’s OG genes, and they’re covered with dense, frosty trichomes so white they almost have a bluish tint. This strain is typically found only in California and British Columbia. It has a devoted following, but their numbers are few and they’re nearly as hard to find as OG Wreck itself.