SFV OG is a tricky strain to describe for a couple of different reasons. For one, it is highly debated whether this OG Kush phenotype is actually sativa-dominant or indica-dominant. Some claim to feel the effects much more in the head instead of in the body, while others experience a tremendous "couch-lock" sensation. The second reason that makes SFV OG difficult to understand is just how much this strain can vary from one grower to the next. However, out of the various batches that PotBot has tested, it is clear that this strain typically manages to maintain a very high THC percentage without sacrificing all of its CBD content. While SFV OG's CBD levels won't match that of Cannatonic or Harlequin, for example, it does have enough to help experienced cannabis patients treat their symptoms related to depression, PTSD, nausea, and pain more effectively than a THC-only strain would be able to. Besides the CBD content, this strain has also proven to be high in CBN and CBG, which is why patients sometimes report feeling tired and unwilling to move after medicating. When it is all said and done, San Fernando Valley OG has a complex cannabinoid profile that affects patients in different ways, but if you are in need of a potent strain with some CBD, this one can be useful for your medical needs.