OCD Strain

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About OCD

50% sativa | 50% indica

If you can figure out any information about OCD, the world will sing your praises. A strain that finds its roots in downtown Seattle, it's been brought to the market by unknown breeders. While its lineage is also a mystery, what we do know is that it's most likely a pure sativa strain or a 50/50 hybrid. Specific, right?

As you may have guessed, THC levels are also unpublished, but rumor has it that OCD can induce anxiety if you aren't careful, so that would lead experts to believe it's on the high side. Nugs are a pale shade of green and boast brownish orange hairs and a sparse coating of crystal trichomes. Many note that OCD smells of butter while others have a slightly different take and state that burnt peanut butter comes to mind. Hints of tar also seem to poke through.

When you have a project that just has to get done, let some OCD help you out. This bud offers a burst of creative energy that might have you bouncing off the walls if you aren't careful. A giggly and social nature will come easily to even the most introverted individuals, and in some cases people note that their high makes them feel quite aroused. Combined with this feeling is a euphoric mindset that is probably to thank for some of today's newborns.

OCD brings relief for medical patients in the best way possible, that is when you can find it. Stress, fatigue, and even nausea are all controlled with a few puffs, allowing you to feel like a normally functioning human again. Many believe that this strain is pretty low in CBD, so if you deal with issues like seizures it may not be your best bet. Since it's so hard to find, we don't recommend relying on it for any kind of ongoing treatment.

Want to grow your own? So do we. As you've probably guessed, OCD is impossible to find in clone or seed form, so the details relating to home cultivation pretty much don't exist. Not only is this strain difficult to find in its hometown of Seattle, but many note that it rarely even shows up on the cannabis black market. Talk about a good mystery!

If you absolutely have to try this strain, book a ticket to Washington and search high and low. While you might find some, there's a good chance that you'll love it so much that you can't get enough, and sadly this desire may end with some disappointment. As we all know, too much of a good thing can be bad, so use OCD sparingly and enjoy her potent effects when the time calls for it.

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OCD Effects:

  • Happy
  • Energetic
  • Creative
  • Focused
  • Uplifted
  • Social
  • Euphoric

OCD Use:

  • Pain
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Stress

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    OCD Side Effects:

    • Paranoia
    • Dry mouth
    • Dry eyes
    • Dizziness

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    It's about 0%.
    OCD has no CBD.
    It's a sativa strain.
    OCD is a 50/50 hybrid strain.
    Some strongest effects are being happy, energetic and creative.
    Some have experienced paranoia, dry mouth and dry eyes.
    It's very useful for pain, anxiety and depression.
    It has sweet, flowery and earthy flavors.