Ogre, Ogre OG, and Ogre Kush all appear to be the same strain, though there’s plenty of room for confusion. It appears to be a clone-only, indica-dominant descendant of Master Kush, Skunk #1, and Bubba Kush, itself an offspring of OG Kush. The sativa/indica ratio is roughly 30:70. A good choice for insomnia and pain, Ogre OG is also useful as medication for everyday stress and worry. The indica high is mostly physical, with deep relaxation and couch-lock effects, though the sativa genes also provide mental focus. This strain has a Skunky aroma and flavor with notes of sour citrus. The nugs are a multicolored blend of dark green, bluish-purple, and bright red. THC levels are modestly impressive in Ogre OG, reaching a maximum of nearly 19% in available tests. On the other hand, CBD is scarce in this strain, making it a poor choice for the alleviation of seizures or other conditions that respond to that chemical. The usual negative effects are reported: dry mouth, watery eyes, and paranoia, as well as limited dizziness and headaches. Ogre OG sells fairly well on the West Coast, in Arizona, and in Colorado.