Indica Dominant Hybrid 70{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833} Indica / 30{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833} Sativa

THC: 17{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833} – 22{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}, CBD: 1{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}, CBN: 1{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}

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 Indica Dominant Hybrid 70{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833} Indica / 30{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833} Sativa

THC: 17{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833} – 22{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}, CBD: 1{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}, CBN: 1{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}

SFV OG, also known as “San Fernando Valley OG” to many members of the cannabis community, is a potent indica dominant (70{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833} indica/30{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833} sativa) phenotype of the OG Kush strain created by breeders at the infamous Cali Connection farms in the San Fernando Valley.

This dank bud boasts an average THC level ranging from 17-22{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833} and primarily indica effects. Users describe the SFV OG high as one with an almost immediate onset of relaxing and sedative effects that leave you feeling moderately couch locked with a light pressure in mind and body that is pain relieving.

These effects are accompanied by a feeling of elevation and euphoria that is balanced by the deep indica effects.

Due to these potent effects, SFV OG is an ideal strain for treating patients suffering from conditions such as mild to moderate cases of depression, chronic pain due to injury or illness, muscle spasms, and stress.

SFV OG has an aroma of tangerines with a slight touch of diesel and a taste of citrusy pine with a sweet diesel aftertaste upon exhale. SFV OG buds have small dark army green nugs with olive green leaves, reddish brown hairs, and a fine layer of white trichomes and resin.

About this Hybrid Strain

San Fernando Valley OG which is more notably called SFV OG, was created and bred in the very valley it was named after. When you open up a package of this strain, its scent is extremely potent and distinct, and will only get stronger as you break apart the buds.

It’s reminiscent of sweet berries combined with the earthy and slightly diesel aroma of a typical OG strain, but can sometimes exude undertones of lemon or pine.

Upon appearance, you will note the brownish orange pistils winding their way through the forest green leaves lightly dusted with trichomes.

The THC levels of this strain can average anywhere between 18 and 25{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833} depending on the cultivation methods used, so be sure to check your label to ensure you know what you’re getting into.

As soon as you load up your bowl and take the first hit, you may taste a soapy-like pine or even a green banana flavor that isn’t exactly unpleasant, but sure to leave an interesting aftertaste.

The terpenes in SFV OG are usually in high quantities, which include Linalool, Alpha Humulene, and Beta Myrcene.

The high of San Fernando Valley OG has been reported by users to be excellent for relieving pain while keeping the mind clear, all without the couch-lock some hybrids can induce.

It’s a sativa-dominant strain, so expect a bit of a cerebral rush that slowly dispels as the indica effects take over the body leading to relaxation. Those who have tried this strain say SFV OG can be harsh on the lungs and throat, so this bud is best used with a vaporizer instead of inhaling through a pipe.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 29.04{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
Δ9-THC: 18{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
CBD: 0.06{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
CBN: <0.1{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
THC-A: 19.4{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
THCV: <0.1{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
Δ8-THC: <0.1{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
CBDV: <0.1{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
CBD-A: 0.1{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
CBC: 0.1{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
CBG: <0.01{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
CBG-A: 0.2{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
Terpene Lab Data
Terpene Amount
Linalool: 4.58{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
Alpha Humulene: 2.33{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
Beta Myrcene: 0.667{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
Limonene: 0.34{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.177{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}
Terpinolene: <0.01{3433c7c685f52ec9a5b6a432556eb70204931005bf8025c4caa07a56b18d7833}

Genetic Lineage

SFV OG - Hybrid Cannabis Strain

SFV OG Cannabis Strain – San Fernando Valley OG Review

The mysterious acronym SFV OG stands for San Fernando Valley OG: a vivid, lemony strain that’s also soft and earthy. Cali Connection Farms, as you would expect, named it after the San Fernando Valley, where it was bred.

It is an OG Kush phenotype that has contributed to the development of several well-known strains such as Tahoe OG and Ghost Train Haze. Many people smoke SFV OG when they want to have a good time with friends, since it can trigger euphoria and laughter.

As a consequence, this Indica-dominant hybrid is also ideal for people with various mood or panic disorders.


If you have a lot of work to do, this pressure may not be for you! We’ve heard a variety of stories on how SFV OG affects people, ranging from mildly Indica to mainly Sativa effects. You should expect to feel drowsy and couch-locked, close to how you would after an OG Kush session.

Users report feeling euphoric and joyful, and you might even burst out laughing at the mildest joke your friend makes. It’s a great weed strain to have on hand when you want to unwind and have a happy, stress-free day.

It could motivate you to be more creative on occasion, allowing your inner poet or musician to shine. This strain will not leave you energized and active, so it’s not for workdays. However, if you’re planning to spend a relaxed day off work, then this is the strain for you.

Appearance and Flavor

The build and appearance of SFV OG is characteristic of an OG strain. The nugs are round and thick, with few pistils and a wintergreen coloration. In terms of aroma, this strain has tart, piney notes that are accompanied by a heavy citrus smell at the finish, as is typical of OG strains.

It’s not as earthy as other OG strains, but it’s also not as sour as the Jet Fuel variety. You might be shocked by the overall scent, which is both pungent and sweet at the same time. The flavor of this strain is almost as strong as its aroma.

If you’re smoking this cannabis, the lemon taste is really pleasant and can tends to be an overwhelming flavor of the strain.

You’ll even detect a hint of fresh herbs, with the overall flavor lingering on your tongue after exhalation. SFV OG is a strain that vaporizes exceptionally well, and can be delicious in an edible.

Medical Benefits

San Fernando Valley OG may not be as well-known as some of its offsprings, but it is still a valuable and powerful marijuana strain. It can be used to treat physical discomfort as well as mental conditions like depression and social anxiety disorder.

It’s known for having a fast anti-anxiety effect, which can be beneficial if you have Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) or depression. This strain may be right for you if you suffer from panic attacks that come on suddenly and without warning.

Its high spirited and relaxing high also helps energize those with depression, as well as lift their mood into a more pleasant, positive one than before.

SFV OG is also linked to an increase in appetite. If you are a cancer patient who is having trouble eating after chemotherapy or if you have a disorder like anorexia nervosa, you can use SFV OG to effectively stimulate your appetite.


When you buy SFV OG strain seeds, you’ll be relieved to know that they’re relatively easy to develop. Keep in mind that the climate, like that of the San Fernando Valley, must be mild and dry with plenty of sunlight.

Many growers claim this is a thirsty and hungry strain that needs a lot of water and nutrients. Overfeeding SFV OG, on the other hand, can be a common mistake and will lead to nutrient burn, so make sure you find a healthy balance for your plants.

SFV OG has a naturally high tolerance to pests and diseases, but still make sure that your plants are being properly ventilated as to avoid any harmful mold growth.

When grown indoors, this strain will flower in 8 to 10 weeks and produce a yield of 12 ounces per square meter. If grown outdoors, you can expect a yield of 13 ounces per plant by harvest time in early October.

Popular Hybrid Strains: Hybrid marijuana strains are typically classified as indica-dominant (or indica-dom), sativa-dominant (sativa-dom), or balanced.

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