The Triangle OG cannabis strain has been around in Florida since the 1990's. Although it is related to OG Kush, there is debate as to what are its actual parent strains. The genetic roots are believed to be influenced by classics such as Hindu Kush, Lemon Thai, and Chemdawg.
Triangle OG has oval and acorn-shaped nuggets that appear to be a fuzzy, lime-green, and amber colored due to its coat of trichomes. A generous amount of orange pistils decorates the bud. Triangle
OG smells like fresh grass clippings spritzed with lemon. Also present are light kerosene fumes. Combusting this strain amplifies the sour lemon flavor and leaves the user with a peppery bite.
The smoke is a little harsh on the lungs, which might reflect its potency. Triangle OG THC levels tend to average above 25%. Its terpenes have a purportedly positive effect on pain and inflammation but at the same time, it acts as a sedative. Reviewers have reported sinking into a blissful state of comfort while using the Triangle OG strain. Creative juices began to flow for them giving way to new and genuine ideas. Their mood was lighter and humor was seen everywhere. Some experienced a stimulated appetite. This strain has also been reported to help with the quality of sleep, as users felt more recovered the following morning.