Named after the original Bringer of Light to humanity, you shouldn’t let the devilish name of this strain scare you off. While it can have a dark side if overused, in the right amount, it’s a powerful hybrid with both sativa and indica effects, much like Gelatti.
Strain Table of Contents
With a complex profile of flavors reminiscent of the woods, most users report major notes of :
Lucifer OG Strain Information
Lucifer OG’s primary effects are disorientating and mood-lifting, which makes it great for a party or afternoon with friends but not so good for working or focusing. Save it for the weekend when you want something different from your usual routine.
Lucifer OG Strain Effects
Lucifer OG Strain Pairings
Fire — Arthur Brown: You’ll feel the fire of this strain when you put on an original hit from the era of early rock and roll.
Sun Models — ODESZA, Madelyn Grant: Blazing in the sun has never been as uplifting as when you pair Lucifer OG and this smooth techno joint.
Edamame — bbno$, Rich Brian: Stay upbeat as this strain twists and turns you with a silly song to lighten the mood.
Stuffed baked mushrooms: For an earthy appetizer that can handle the pine notes of this strain, try stuffing baby portabellas with cheese and baking them.
Multi-grain porridge: The milky flavor of porridge made with mixed grains like oats, barley, and buckwheat can keep you grounded while enjoying this intense strain.
Mixed nuts: Lean into the nutty flavors of Lucifer OG with your favorite nut mix.
Melon Ball cocktail: The syrupy sweetness of a Midori-based drink will help enhance your enjoyment of this strain.
RumChata shots: Creamy horchata-inspired liqueur is perfect for shots with Lucifer OG.
Cava wine: Sparkling and light on the tongue, Cava is the perfect sour accompaniment to the Lucifer OG strain.