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White Fire OG

4.5| 808 Reviews

What is White Fire OG?

White Fire OG, also known as WiFi OG, is a 60% sativa hybrid with uplifting and comfortable cerebrally focused effects. This strain combines the best features of its parent strains: the sour, earthy, diesel aroma of Fire OG and the high resin production of The White that leaves the plants covered in a dusty snowfall of crystals. Many phenotypes of White Fire OG exist, some with dense, barrel-like buds and others with pointed, conic formations. Daytime use of this strain won’t leave the consumer drowsy, making it a good choice for social and creative activities. White Fire OG is often chosen by patients to treat anxiety and depression, cancer, glaucoma, pain, and appetite loss. Growers of White Fire OG can raise their high-yielding plants outdoors or inside with a 65-day flowering period.

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White Fire OG Effects and Attributes

Happy
Euphoric
Uplifted
Relaxed
Creative
Depression
Stress
Pain
Lack of Appetite
Insomnia
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Headache
Anxious
Paranoid

White Fire OG Genetics and Grow Info

All values are averages.
DIFFICULTY
Easy
Moderate
Difficult
HEIGHT
< 30 in
30 in - 78 in
> 78 in
YIELD
0.5 - 1
1 - 3
3 - 6
FLOWERING
7 - 9 wks
10 - 12 wks
> 12 wks
STRETCH
< 100%
100 - 200%
> 200%

White Fire OG Flavors

  • 1. Earthy
  • 2. Pungent
  • 3. Sweet

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“I've been with cannabjs for 15 years; this is the best ever! I was so so so so so so happy and uplifted that I wanted to CREATE! It started off with an airy, ethereal, open, earthy philosophical consciousness. It unfolded into sky. I laughed, I created music, It imbibed enlightened thought and expansive euphoria of mind and a mellow "surfer-sage" outlook proceeding a heavenly euphoria felt throughout the body. My bod...”

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“This was sold to me as “Indica” even though this page reads “60% Sativa.” The THC-A was about 21% (little to no THC-9 or CBD). I thought that it would help me sleep. It didn’t do that but it helped my mood, depression, and even anxiety in small hits. It increased my creativity as I found myself noticing things I had not ever before like the patterns on my home screen. And thinking of *happy memories* long forgott...”

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