A mostly-Sativa hybrid named by Harry of Delta 9 Labs, F.O.G. stands for Fruit of the Gods, though some mistakenly call it Food of the Gods. The strain earned its name in 2006 at the Cannabis Cup because of the thick clouds of smoke users produced on exhale. The strain's effects, like its genetics, are mostly Sativa. They produce cerebral stimulation and result in increased energy and motivation. F.O.G.'s name does not reflect the effect it has on the mind as users often feel clear-headed and alert.
To create this delectable floral and haze-flavored strain, Delta-9 Labs spent three and a half years carefully crossing a female Northern Lights 5 Haze and a male Skunk #1, both of which came from Sensi Seeds.
Many users choose this strain because it can help them get stuff done during the day. It can banish fatigue, anxiety, stress, and depression. Some find it helps them overcome headaches, migraines, and minor body aches and pains. F.O.G. may also help patients with ADD/ADHD.
Although Delta-9 Labs keeps this strain indoors and only grows it in soil, F.O.G. may produce a better yield if grown in a hydroponic setup or outdoors. It can take between nine and a half to eleven weeks to finish flowering, after which these one-meter plants will typically yield 30 to 50 grams per plant. The breeders like to switch between a high nutrient tea mixture and pure water with a pH = 5 - 7.3 and dress the tops with guano.