Cinderella OG is a sativa-dominant product of Cinderella 99 and OG Kush, two highly powerful sativa-dominant hybrids. That potency apparently doesn’t carry down to this strain, which rates rather poorly among patients. The exact THC concentration isn’t widely known, and the same goes for CBD, but neither appears to be very high. The balance of sativa to indica isn’t entirely clear, but it appears to have a ratio of at least 70:30. Not much is known about Cinderella OG’s effects, but as a sativa-dominant strain, it is likely centered on the head rather than the body. That should mean increased energy and mental clarity, though there isn’t enough available information to say for sure. The same is true of this strain’s medical effects. But sativas tend to be psychoactive, with sensory effects, making them best for treating anxiety, depression, nausea, appetite problems, migraines, and pain. Like other details on Cinderella OG, it’s hard to determine its typical taste and smell. This strain definitely isn’t popular, and few patients have tried it. It’s not clear where it’s available, though the American West is the best bet.