• San Fernando Valley OG,
  • SFG OG Kush,
    Hybrid 17% THC

At a Glance

Feelings: Relaxed, Euphoric, Uplifted, Happy, Social,
Negatives: Dry Eyes, Dry Mouth, Headache,
Commonly Used For: Anxiety, Pain, Stress,
Calming Energizing
Low THC High THC

SFV OG Strain Overview

SFV OG, also known as “San Fernando Valley OG,” “San Fernando Valley Kush,” and “San Fernando Valley,” is a cultivar with more relaxing traits. Bred by The Cali Connection, this medicinally focused strain is believed to possess pain-killing properties without causing laziness. The strain’s origins lie in California’s San Fernando Valley, and it first sprouted as a phenotype of OG Kush. 

Cerebral effects surface hard and fast with this aromatic lemon-pine blend, with the physical effects emerging a few minutes later. Although you won’t be overcome by intense sedation, you can expect calmness and deep relaxation, making SFV OG well-suited to nighttime use. A sure-fire stress- and tension-reliever, this cultivar may promote a healthy night’s sleep. Its compact bright green nugs and tango-colored pistils are also visually pleasing. 

Strain profile, effects, and common uses are based on customer reviews. Further research is needed, and effects may vary by user. Information on this page does not constitute or replace medical advice.


Relaxed Euphoric Uplifted Happy Social Dry Eyes Dry Mouth Headache


Earthy Pine Lemon Citrus Sweet Skunk


Myrcene Limonene Caryophyllene


17% THC

SFV OG Strain Effects & Common Usage

THC and a blend of terpenes like myrcene, limonene, and caryophyllene may promote increased appetite, pain relief, relaxation, and improved sleep, making SFV OG a positive strain for multiple purposes.

Happy. THC may promote happiness, likely by promoting the release of dopamine.

Focused. Consumers report that strains high in limonene may enhance focus.

Uplifted. Some studies show that caryophyllene and limonene have demonstrated potential mood-enhancing qualities.

Anxiety. THC may promote anti-anxiety effects in small doses, while terpenes like myrcene, limonene, and caryophyllene may offer anxiety relief. 

Pain. Along with the pain-relieving potential of THC, the terpenes caryophyllene and myrcene have demonstrated anti-inflammatory properties and may help with pain relief.

Stress. While THC may be a stress-buster in low doses, myrcene has been hailed as a stress reliever in some studies. 

SFV OG Strain Dosage Recommendations

Having anywhere between 17% and 25% of THC, SFV OG is not for the faint-hearted. It is best suited to experienced consumers, but newbies can test the waters with small, well-spaced doses.

The right dosage can vary greatly from one user to the next. If you have questions about finding the right dosage or product type for your needs, consider consulting with a medical cannabis doctor, or you can request a consultation with NuggMD’s Cannabis Concierge.

Cultivation Tips

Space Needed 6 ft height
Growing Environment Medium humidity of 40-60% during the vegetative stage, reduced to 30-40% during the flowering stage, with a recommended temperature of 70-80°F.
Flowering Time 8 - 9 weeks
Yield Medium
Recommended Level Experienced