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Margaret Cho-G is a special cut of the famous OG Kush. An indica dominant strain, this strain displays related qualities as its predecessor. Its initial effects are profoundly cerebral, but its comedown is mildly tranquilizing.

Flavor and Effects of Margaret Cho-G

This strain may display some dry mouth and dry eye effects. A usual adverse effect of using Margaret Cho-G. Continuously take water and stay hydrated to remedy these effects.

Negative Effects of Margaret Cho-G

Margaret Cho-G was produced for recreational users. This strain gives a sparkling high that is an excellent factor in reducing stress and easing indications of depression and anxiety. In doing so, it temporarily manages mental health problems with a depressive component such as PTSD.

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Bred by TGA Genetics, Hurkle is a hybrid cross between the high-CBD sativa Harlequin and a Querkle indica. Most Hurkle phenotypes will hover around a 1:1 ratio of THC and CBD, but some variation should be expected. Flavors of grape, coffee, and chocolate overwhelm the palate in a flavorful introduction to Hurkle’s calming effects. CBD and THC team up to crush pain, stress, and anxiety, leaving you feeling relaxed in both mind and body.

Leafly just updated its database with some new strains! Allow us to introduce you to Margaret Cho-G (soon we’ll all have our own OG strain), Flaming Cookies, Fruit Punch, Pie Face OG, Northern Wreck, Alpha Cow, and Hurkle. Find out if these new strains are available near you by checking the links below, and leave a strain review once you’ve had a chance to try any of them!

Comedian Margaret Cho makes her move into the cannabis game with Margaret Cho-G, a cut of the famous OG Kush available in Bay Area, California. Sweet lemon, woody pine, and sour diesel flavors lead you into Margaret Cho-G’s powerfully tranquilizing effects that any OG Kush enthusiast will appreciate. Pairing this strain with some stand-up is a surefire recipe for laughing fits, giving this hybrid even more reason to be dubbed “Margaret Cho-G.”

GSC (f.k.a Girl Scout Cookies) and Fire OG combine to create Flaming Cookies, a potent indica strain that delivers a thick fog of cerebral euphoria. Woody, earthy, and diesel flavors give away this strain’s OG lineage, with an added hint of minty eucalyptus. Scorching orange hairs burst from this indica’s dark buds, giving the flowers themselves an almost fire-like appearance.

6. Alpha Cow

Pie Face OG is what you get when you cross Cherry Pie with Face Off OG, a creation from Archive Seed Bank. This 60/40 indica-dominant strain carries a sweet cherry and earthy hash flavor, taking after both sides of the family. Though potently euphoric, Pie Face OG’s effects leave enough mental clarity for you to stay functional and engaged throughout the day’s tasks. This hybrid is ideal for social afternoons, unwinding after a stressful day, or kick-starting the appetite.

Fruit Punch is a mostly sativa strain from Heavyweight Seeds, who bred this flavor powerhouse from Skunk, Haze, and Northern Lights genetics. Named for its swift hit of sweet fruity and tropical flavors, this sativa has something to offer in both taste and effect. Fruit Punch charges the mind with creative and social energy, so keep this strain in your stash jar for active days spent with friends or personal hobbies.

Alpha Cow is a sativa strain that brings together genetics from Alpha Blue and Purple Cow. Its aroma is a distinctive mix of overripe blueberries and sweet toffee, while the exhale accentuates its smooth berry flavors. Some sativas tend to bring on racing thoughts, but this strain provides a calming buzz with mellow cerebral sensations that keep you feeling uplifted and positive.

1. Margaret Cho-G

Northern Wreck is an indica-dominant strain that combines the dizzying strength of Northern Lights with the complex cerebral sensations of Trainwreck. Get to a comfortable place, because Northern Wreck will leave you melting under the force of its euphoria. With its heavy yields and fast flowering cycle, Northern Wreck is a blessing to commercial growers looking to harvest a lot of product quickly.

Browse through our other new strains that were recently added to the Leafly Explorer, or check out last week’s newest additions!

Margaret cho-g seeds

From the worship leadership to the Sunday school teachers (one of whom has served as the mayor Poplar Bluff) to the board, the laity has become heavily involved in responsibilities often assigned—or unintentionally given—to the senior pastor. The body of Christ at First Church is functioning from head to toe, a fact that blesses Scott’s socks off.

Photo: Handel Smith speaks at First Church of God.

By Carl Stagner

Pastor Scott Andrews farms for a living. He also serves as interim pastor for First Church of God in Poplar Bluff, Missouri. His experience as a bivocational interim pastor hasn’t precluded him, however, from ministering through some of the most challenging and blessed times. In fact, it’s often the interim pastor who is called to walk congregations through the difficulties of church-wide transition. But the story unfolding at First Church of God isn’t just about an interim, bivocational pastor who sows seeds of hope in addition to corn. The story there is about a church that was struggling, uncertain of its future, and nursing the wounds of broken relationships. This is a story of reconciliation and restoration at the southeastern edge of the Ozarks.

Sowing Seeds of Reconciliation, Restoration in Missouri

“I don’t know how he found out that we were having trouble,” Pastor Scott explains, “but it had gotten ugly. There was tension that wasn’t resolving. Handel came and just listened. He listened to our story and was extremely encouraging to us. That somebody in his leadership position would just come and listen was so helpful. He got to know the church, then set up another meeting with Chris Cottrell and the state leaders. It was a very healing time for the church.”

Photo: Margaret and Scott Andrews.

But it’s this experience as an interim pastor which Scott feels God has called him to, at least for now. He’s served several different churches, and his bivocational status has enabled him to take on the not-so-glamorous duties of interim pastors, all while continuing to provide for his family and take needed breaks from church life. There are both blessings and challenges, though, to bivocational ministry. Though the challenges include not being able to attend every function, and the hour-long commute for Scott makes immediate hospital visits impractical, he rejoices at how the situation has inspired the laity to step up to the plate.

Chris Cottrell, husband of Ohio Ministries state pastor Esther Cottrell, often works with Handel Smith through Handel’s boot camp experiences when reconciliation is needed. First Church of God has resumed attending district and state functions, and Scott Andrews couldn’t be more pleased with the church he’s spent more time with than any other. “We have always been involved in churches where in some cases there was conflict resolution,” he explains. “Just a job that interim pastors come into. What we have learned is that we all need to get to know Christ better and better. Our battle is not against each other, but against the dark spiritual forces.”

Photo: Easter drama at First Church.