Flo OG Marijuana Strain Review


Strain Overview

The Scoop: One of Rare Dankness’ best creations, Flo OG is a cross of Flo and Rare Dankness #1, the strain that put Colorado’s Rare Dankness team on the map. Cultivating an elevated strain that will have you mentally FLOating in a blissful state for hours, this strain tastes as good as she looks and smells.

The Result: Flo OG has an extremely complex terpene profile that will impress all palates, and is best known for its tasty floral terpenes and mildly elevated CBD content.

The Verdict: A pleasurable experience for both the cultivator and consumer, Flo OG provides a distinctly hash-like flavor profile and an incredible aroma. Guaranteed to knock you out with an uppercut of THC and a right cross of CBD, Flo OG is some serious medicine that provides an elevated combination of appearance, effects, scent and taste. Like a ‘Boss’ Flo OG seizes control of debilitating daily aches and pains with her exotic flavor profile.

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Strain Characteristics

Type: 70% Indica / 30% Sativa

Also Known As: Flo OG #1

Genetics: Flo x Rare Dankness #1

Origin:  Colorado, Scott of Rare Dankness

How Stoned Will You Get: 9

Average THC: 21%

Average Price Per ⅛: $40

Awards: 2nd Place Spannabis

Strain Profile

The Science: Flo OG is yet another mind blowing creation by Scott of Rare Dankness Seeds. A medicated cross between a cut of floral Colorado Flo and a skunky OG, this strain provides an inspirational and potent hit of flavorful terpenes that will linger on your taste buds for hours!

Appearance: This bud can range from Army green to Laker purple, and is completely caked with crystals. Flo OG traditionally has long, rounded colas that are spear-shaped and hard as rocks. Apricot in color, Flo’s pistils wrap, twist and intertwine themselves with the flower’s THC-covered crystals. Glittering with trichomes at full maturation, the calyxes on this flower are spikey and a direct throwback to its OG heritage. Beautiful to behold when properly cultivated and cured, Flo OG will catch the eye of the most hardcore tokers and discerning aficionados alike. 

Consistency: Traditionally sticky by nature, Flo OG is the super glue of Rare Dankness strains. Covered in potent cannabinoids, forget shredding this strain by hand. It would be incredibly wasteful and disrespectful of the plant’s potent and valuable compounds. 

Scent: Flo OG is known for its super complex fragrance. Accentuated by a heavy floral aroma that embeds itself within the human olfactory, her heady mix of jasmine and rose – traits that hail from its Flo heritage – are nothing short of breathtaking. These floral scents are accompanied by a lemon/piney, skunk-like aroma that highlights the strain’s unique characteristics. Emanating a pungent and intense aroma, Flo OG will reek up an entire house with just one small bud. With dominant undertones of blackberries and hash, Flo’s earthy aroma joins the overriding floral skunk that helped Flo OG snag 2nd Place at Spannabis.

Taste: Succulent, Flo OG is an incredibly flavorful strain that will cleanse the palate with her floral bouquet. Followed by hints of her citrusy and petrol-laced flavonoids – a Rare Dankness #1 Hallmark – Flo OG has been known to drive the average taste buds wild! One of the more flavorful strains on planet Earth, Flo OG resembles that of a high-end confection! As the rich floral flavors fill the mouth and coat the tongue’s taste buds, upon exhale, her lavender and jasmine profile become a force to reckon with. 

Effect: Mentally and physically sedating, Flo OG instills a tranquil sense of creativity as her body and head high kick in immediately. Floating, disconnected, and no longer suffering from debilitating aches and pains, the high is strong and euphoric. As Flo OG’s cannabinoids lift the conscious mind into the celestial world, the body high leaves you feeling relaxed and placid. Known for her strong pain-killing and muscle-relaxing attributes, Flo OG works great for those insomniacs in the smoke circle.

Strain Background: Prevalent in Colorado, where it was born and bred by Rare Dankness, Flo OG has built a huge following and can be found on shelves all across Colorado.

Medical Uses: Great for relieving daily aches and pains associated with multiple sclerosis, Flo OG also mitigates stress and stimulates even the most repressed appetite. 

Growth and Seed Info

Note: Taking around 60 to 70 days to flower, Flo OG is a medium-sized plant with thick dense buds that glitter like crystals in the light. She will begin to reek your grow room up very early into flower.

flo_x_rare_dankness_1Pros:  Multiple harvests

Cons: Some experience required

Original Breeder: Rare Dankness

Current Breeder: Rare Dankness

Known Phenotypes: Indica

Seed Bank of Choice: Rare Dankness

Flowering Time: 60 to 70 days

Flowering Type: SCROG

Growth Height: 4 to 5 ft

Expected Yield: 1.5 to 1.75 lbs per 1000W HPS

Garden Skill Level: Expert

Family: OGs, Fruits

Related Strains: Flo, Rare Dankness #1

In the following YouTube video, Scott of Rare Dankness demonstrates the requisite skill-set for pollinating your favorite strains.

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Born in Long Beach, raised on the central coast: I surf, dab, burn, and blog – though not necessarily in that order. I'm a husband, a father and a lifelong consumer of connoisseur grade weed. I don't drink alcohol or consume any other "drugs." I consider myself to be living proof that weed is not a gateway drug. If it were, I'd be in some serious trouble. Instead, as a 50-year-old ex-realtor that has been smoking weed for nearly 80% of my life (just did the math) ... I can only say, marijuana is safer than prescription pills or alcohol could ever hope to be for calming what stirs the savage beast.

1 Comment

  1. You mention that Flo-OG is capable of multiple harvests. I understand the concept, but can only find information regarding this about Flo strain, not Flo-OG. So because one of the parents was DJ Short’s Flo (the other Royal Dankness), therefore the muliple harvest characteristic that the Flo strain has is passed to the hybrid? Any clarification would be appreciated, thanks!

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