Larry OG Marijuana Strain Review“Nuk Nuk Nuk.” Do you feel like clowning around like the Three Stooges? Well, allow me to introduce you to the winner of “Best of 2013” in today’s Larry OG Marijuana Strain Review . Larry is a fun and wild strain. It is the first and only marijuana strain I ever smoked that has a THC level greater than 25%. This stuff will have you glued to your couch. It might even have you curled up in a ball under the coffee table screaming and laughing. At, least that’s what it did to me. And I am far from a newcomer to powerful strains.When I rented my first house with a bunch of guy friends. We had a channel on TV that played re-runs of the Three Stooges every night at 6 PM for an hour. Almost every afternoon without fail 10-20 of us would get together and toke up a storm. Then we would watch the Three Stooges and just die laughing.Back in those days the quality of marijuana was no where near what it is today.In the 70s ad 80s even the highest quality imported green stuff was no where close. And most of the time we got brown garbage off the streets. I would be surprised if the good strains back then even had 5% THC. However, It really didn’t take too much pot smoking to make Larry, Moe and Curly get belly laughs out of everyone in the room.
Larry OG Marijuana Strain Review
This is an award winning strain if for no other reason than it is one of the strongest hybrids ever bred. Have you ever smoked 26% THC? Then you already know.It’s strong. trust me. Larry packs a punch. It’s also a 50/50 split right down the middle of sativa and indica. This makes Larry a medical marvel. Any and all body pain or chronic pain of any kind is no match for Larry.
Larry is also a tasty little fellow. There are lots of earthy hints and sweet and tangy orange aromas that make for a nice smoke. Our friend Larry is the result of cross breeding Larry Kush with SFV OG. If you’re a fan of the Kush clan or indica strains you have met your match.
In closing, I ask you this, will you like Larry? The answer? Well, as Curly would say, “Why certainly.”