Jet Fuel OG

THC 8.5-18.7%
CBD <1%

aka Jet Fuel, G6, Jet Fuel G6, Jet Fuel Kush, G6 Kush


The strain’s petrol stink and fuel flavor have the potential to propel users out of the stratosphere with a heady, energetic high that inevitably crashes into utter relaxation.

Origin 1: Jet Fuel

The Southern California-based brand launched in 2012 and has since won dozens of awards including “Best Sativa Strain” and “Best Indica Strain” at the High Times Cannabis Cup. According to CEO Enas Barkho, Jet Fuel OG "was our first strain under the Jet Fuel brand. Since the strain smelled like high-quality gas, it lent itself to the name.” He added, "We’re cultivators and producers of our own flower. We’re the actual growers. We’ve worked with this plant for a very long time. It’s personal to us, and that makes all the difference.”

Origin 2: 303 Seeds

In this origin story, Jet Fuel OG blasted off in Colorado, where experts at 303 Seeds dusted their Aspen OG females with a male High Country Diesel that was a hybrid of the seed bank’s Original Diesel/East Coast Sour Diesel.

Top reported effects

  • Euphoric
  • Relaxed
  • Happy

Top reported flavors

  • Diesel
  • Earthy
  • Skunk

Grow information

The strain is a true hybrid, indicated by its moderate height and a 9-10-week flowering period. This strain is best grown indoors by moderately experienced growers who know how to cut back her top-heavy fan leaves and work with regular photoperiod cycles.

Jet Fuel OG was reported by The Cannabist to be indica-leaning, often clocking THC percentages in the teens.

With a bouquet of myrcene and caryophyllene — and the lemony smell of limonene — it may seem fitting the strain is also called G6, after the Gulfstream G650 jet, since both claim to offer luxurious effects.


303 Seeds

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