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Frosty OG - District Firehouse

Frosty OG is an indica-dominant hybrid (65/35) with an unknown heritage from top-notch DC i-71 service District Firehouse. The smell of this strain immediately reminds me of a fresh, dewey, and dank pine forest in the early morning of Northern California - and not just the pine forest, but the heady smell of it's inhabitants wake-and-bake sessions too.


We have myrcene, the dominant terpene in Frosty OG, to thank for its potent skunk-ness and heavy indica high. As any top-shelf indica should, its buds are covered in trichomes, looking like the frosted flowers on a glass window in the dead of winter. The sheer abundance of the trich's makes this batch a sight to see, with many falling off at the touch and leaving an exceptionally sticky layer of resin on your hands. It’s the icing on the cake and proves that she lives up to her name.


I recommend this strain for cozying up to a good book or talking to an old friend on the phone; this indica high isn’t all-consuming like other strains can be, but doing any crucial work while getting “frosted” could kill your buzz.

Its effect is a more cerebral one that takes over your senses within minutes. This initial rush prepares you for the mellow state you’ll fall deeper and deeper into when toking on Frosty OG. The high felt mildly psychoactive, making it ideal for creatives like myself who maybe need an extra push when brainstorming.


I deal with indigestion and headaches, and immediately after consumption I recalled what my life was like before I dealt with those issues, reclaimed that feeling, and all my stress seemed to melt away. I also experienced deep REM sleep like never before. Be sure to pair this bud with a glass of water to ease any cotton mouth and enjoy in the evening time for sure.

To get some for yourself just hit up District Firehouse ASAP and don't forget to tell them Toker's Guide sent you!

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Feb 27, 2022

Such a nice strain I love these strains that have a piney taste ! Must cop

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