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Ghost OG Moonshine Reviews

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  • “Great strain helps me take massive dumps”

  • “I got this strain as a hybrid sativa dominant strain in NJ. Holy shit it's great. Real great buzz and kills pain and nausea. Clears out social anxiety as well. Def get this if it comes your way. 5stars.”

  • “This super sticky, and darker-than-normal Indica strain is new to me. There are definitive pros and cons to og Ghost! It's extremely potent, making it an awesome pain reliever to medical marijuana patients. It's also as good as an Rx sleeping pill. That's when the double-edge sword rears it's evil face, b/c Ghost can enhance sleep but sleep will also be your best friend. It feels like I have a "weed hangover" in th...”

  • “One of the best strains to make you hungry and then a good nights sleep. Lovely strain.”

  • “One of if not the best Sativa in NJ. Euphoria is off the map and is capable of relieving the heaviest of muscle and stomach pains. I wish Compassionate Sciences was better at keeping the good meds in stock and at lower prices, then GOG would ALWAYS be in my cabinet.”

  • “Amazing indica and deserves all of its praise. I already loved ghost Og so when I felt this strain felt like a super enhanced version I was happy. Made me feel extremely happy and was a euphoric high. Was a blast for me when I was just chilling out listening to music. Super fun to do, 4/5”

  • “Compassionate Sciences ATC in Bellmawr, NJ has this strain listed as sativa-dominant. It doesn't make me sleepy though, so I'm wondering if the listing as indica-dominant here is incorrect? Not sure, but Ghost OG Moonshine helps me greatly -- I deal with Chronic Pain, Bipolar, ADD, Anxiety and other issues, which symptoms are largely kept at bay during the day when smoking this, while allowing me to keep awake and ...”

  • “Aphrodisiac To be sure. But be careful it might send you to sleep instead”