Dizzy OG offers a creeper of a high, taking several minutes after consumers have finished toking before revealing itself. Eventually, the strain’s effects manifest as a throb around the eyes and temples. This sensation is accompanied by a burst of energy and, for some, an ineffable feeling of euphoria. Smokers -- particularly those with a lower THC tolerance -- may feel an uptick in fast-paced cerebral thinking. In the right set and setting, users can maintain a lucid mindset and carry on conversations, allowing them to accomplish work ranging from mundane tasks like doing the dishes to more complicated, analytical jobs. As the high wears on, a physical tingle emerges, which serves to relax smokers and to take the edge off of any initial sativa effects. In social situations, this gradual comedown lends itself to camaraderie and even giggles among like-minded friends. At higher doses, the threat of couchlock begins to surface, soon rendering users happily immobile. Dizzy OG is best enjoyed at night; if consumed during the day, it’s liable to pave the way for a very unproductive afternoon.
This even-tempered strain may also have several applications for medical cannabis patients. In large enough amounts, it can work against insomnia, lulling users into a deep, fulfilling sleep. It can also relieve aches and pains, whether they’re temporary, as from an injury, or chronic, as from conditions like fibromyalgia or arthritis. Some anti-inflammatory effects can also soothe everyday irritations like headaches and nausea. Psychologically, Dizzy OG’s tendency to elevate mood can provide temporary relief from mild to moderate stress and depression. Although its onset comes with some mental stimulation, it does not often bring about paranoia -- as such, this strain may be a good choice for patients who are prone to panic or who have a low THC tolerance.