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“Flavorful and high yielding, GOJI OG is a strain for the connoisseur cultivator”

The Scoop

This complex combination of Nepal OG and Snowlotus bred by Bodhi of Bodhi Seedbank is a transcendent, world-class GOJI OG strain named after the GOJI Berries. Thanks to its rich heritage, flavorful diversity, and beyond belief high, GOJI OG is connoisseur strain that offers a sweet change of pace from the ordinary.

More About This Strain

GOJI OG has one of the most far out, wild combinations of strains you’ll find in an OG or really, any strain. Typically high in THC and extremely potent, it gains its flourishing, unique profile from Nepal OG and Snowlotus. Do the math, and that means there are at least five strains within this epic: Nepali Kush, OG Kush, Afghooey, Sweet Tooth, and an unknown strain.


With its genetic lineage ranging far and wide, reaching out from nearly all known corners of the marijuana world, GOJI OG is truly a global strain for today’s connoisseurs. Elevated to prominence in recent years, thanks to her warm reception in LA’s pot clubs, GOJI OG’s reputation precedes her.


Taste: As the name suggests, this strain’s terpenes and flavonoids smack of perfectly ripened Goji Berries – harvested at their height of flavor.

Scent: An eclectic aroma highlighted by a twist of berries and sugar. The full scent reveals itself when the nugs break up, allowing hints of licorice and anise to shine through. In the more OG dominant versions, pinesol and other OG indicators will co-exist.

Appearance: Like its namesake of red, sour Himalayan GOJI Berries, this strain usually appears a tad leafy leafy, but has the entire visual spectrum covered, from velvety red to purplish green, GOJI OG has a little piece of every pie.

Texture: Somewhat coarse, especially if it’s a leafier, outdoor version. Once you reach its core, a powdery snow of trichomes awaits your fingertips.


Type: Hybrid

Strain Family: OG

Origin: United States


How high will this strain get you:




  • Creative
  • Energetic
  • Euphoric
  • Giggly


  • Appetite
  • Back Pain
  • Depression
  • Headaches
  • Nausea
  • Neck Pain

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