As its name infers, Aspen OG hails from Colorado, and this strain is a hybrid that is becoming quite popular, thanks to its very balanced effects. A hit either socially or during some alone time, Aspen OG has a high that is delivered in waves. First, users will note pressure around the temples and eyes, and perhaps feel their thoughts racing. Visual distortions and a warped sense of time are also trademarks of Aspen OG.
Slowly but surely, the heavier body high will start to take over, allowing tension in the muscles to be released and slowing down the mind. Users will feel relaxed at this point in the Aspen OG high, but, depending on the dosage, of course, it doesn’t tend to leave users completely unable to function. For this reason, Aspen OG isn’t recommended for use right before turning in for the night, though it can be consumed at pretty much any other time of day.
Medical cannabis users may note that Aspen OG can have a positive impact on issues like chronic pain, headaches, and stomachaches. It has also been known to stimulate appetites, so can be useful for those dealing with nausea. From a mental standpoint, Aspen OG can provide relief, though temporary, for people suffering from anxiety, depression, or stress (and even ADD).