Diamond OG boasts impressively large flowers. These stubby, bullet-shaped nugs adhere in a dense, solid bud structure that is typically associated with indicas. Leaves are a dark shade of olive green and are threaded through with yellow to orange pistils. A thick layer of resinous trichomes glitters on the inner and outer surfaces of these flowers and makes them particularly sticky.
The woodsy scent of pine and cedar wafts up from cured buds of Diamond OG. This dank aroma also has a citrus undertone, not often seen in OG varieties. Grinding up these sticky nugs releases a spicy, hashy scent, likely the influence of Afghani landrace genetics in the strain’s background. Although it may be harsh and cough-inducing to inhale, a refreshing taste of citrus comes through on the exhale. Smokers should keep in mind that this can be a particularly pungent smoke; those looking to maintain discretion should take any necessary precautions.
Diamond OG offers what might only be described as a creeper of a high, often taking several minutes after users have savored its taste before its effects can be detected. A feeling of heaviness falls on the brow and eyelids; some may even feel dizzy or lightheaded. Relaxation spreads quickly, and smokers may head for refuge on the closest comfortable couch. Some mental effects are also present, but rather than cerebral or thoughtful, users are likely to feel elevated and euphoric. This sublime balance between body and head high can be an excellent way to unwind and allow the stresses and annoyances of the day to melt away. As time passes or as consumption is increased, smokers are increasingly likely to become couchlocked and dopey. In fact, at higher doses, smokers should expect to be incapacitated and shouldn’t plan on productivity. Because of its sleepy vibes, Diamond OG is better suited to nighttime than to daytime use. Its stoney effects are said to be long-lasting and potent, even for experienced cannabis users.