Boss Hogg Reviews

Good to Very Good
Below Average
Would Not Recommend
  • “This strain was amazing! Euphoric, happy, giggly and ready for a snack. Great with company. I'm going in for seconds!!”

  • “One of my favorite things about this strain is the smell. Very pleasant earthy smell with a hint of citrus at the end. The high starts with a euphoric, sharp clearheaded feeling that lasts throughout the high, followed by deeply relaxing body sedation. Music: 'Hey You' - Pink Floyd Terpines: Myrcene, Limonene, Caryophyllene”

  • “One of the best strains I've had in a while. Very even body and head high, but the euphoria is definitely the strongest aspect of it. A very fun and chill high.”

  • “Honestly was not too impressed. Given it was only 10.8% THC, I barely felt any effect even smoking a decent amount of it. Gave it 3 stars just for the slight calm it gave me.”

  • “This is a nicely balanced hybrid strain. I purchased this as a gram on a week or so back, testing the waters out of the indicas that I normally purchase. This is because the main symptoms I'm treating are insomnia and pain. So this is a new feeling for me. But lets get back to the strain. I believe this strain is one the dispensary grows themselves, if not it still is a good stuff. The batch date is 04/14/2017 ...”

  • “Illinois batch 17% THC. Let me just say I am not a fan. I think Boss Hogg may be the name of their cat that sprayed on the crop because all I tasted was ammonia. My house smelled like litter box after a few bowls. I did its job don't get me wrong , it has an effect, I just can't stand the flavor”

  • “Wow I was only half a blunt through and this strain hit me like a brick! Really impressed can't wait to smoke it again”

  • “Smoking Boss Hogg to get high is the equivalent of drinking a ton of O'douls to get drunk - it, aint happening! That being said, it is a great muscle relaxer and pain reliever. Yesterday was squat day, today is watching Motor Trend Ignition episodes on YouTube day. This Boss Hogg from Native Roots Adams definitely leans towards heavily Indica dominance. Yet, the odd thing is - it isn't a Old School tranquilizer to th...”