The origins of Lemon Kush are heavily disputed. It is generally agreed that this marijuana strain is a mix of the Lemon G Sativa marijuana strain and the Master Kush indica strain. The THC percentage of our lemon kush is somewhere between 16-26% on average, but of course some batches could test a bit higher or lower. Lemon Kush weed is a 50% indica, 50% sativa hybrid marijuana strain, and is a perfect balance between the two types. This ratio gives this kush an intriguing type of high, that not only satisfies the recreational cannabis population. Lemon Kush
Aroma, Flavor and Appearance of Lemon Kush
The first smell that hits your nose as soon as you open up a container of this kush is the pleasantly overwhelming reek of citrusy sweet lemon as if you just tore a bag of lemonhead candies. Sometimes, the quality of the aroma can be surprising, that it might shock you to imagine that Mother Nature alone created something that smells so aromatic. Breaking apart the bud itself, the other underlying hints of earth and musk peak through the initial citrus sensation, a combination that is unlike many other cannabis strains.
The flavor of this Kush is also lemony and sweet. This cannabis type does not have any elements of a diesel or ammonia taste, which is what gives it its charm. The smoke is harsh and quickly fills up the lungs, thus inducing coughing due to its potent strength. The more it is consumed, the lungs become more adjusted to its ways.
This kush has yellowish-green yummy sugar leaves, blending sporadically amongst light orange pistils that seem to mesh well with the lemony aesthetic of the rest of the bud. The nuggets are thickly coated with a layer of shimmering crystals, which glisten with brilliance underneath the light and leave the consumer in pure awe. The massive accumulation of these trichomes signifies that the marijuana strain is potent, with a little going a long way.
The flowers themselves are quite dense, extremely sticky in nature, complex to crush down for consumption if you don’t have a grinder. Lemon Kush is challenging at times to trim, but easy-going once in a useable state. The plant is medium in height, typical of many hybrid strains, thus it can be grown in a number of spaces with different sizes.
How to Grow Lemon Kush
This kush is easy to grow and suitable for new growers, as long as the conditions and factors are monitored closely. It can thrive in either indoors or outdoors environments. Outdoor conditions have to be warm, dry and Mediterranean-like for the plants to grow easily. Indoors conditions are supposed to mimic these environmental elements as closely, with adequate ventilation additionally present.
Outdoor grown Lemon Kush seems to flourish better than indoor grown, with about 35 ounces per plant as an average yield for the plants outside and only 18 ounces per meter squared when inside. The flowering period is around 9-10 weeks, with outside harvest time around the end of September to the middle of October.
Effects of Lemon Kush
The high of this kush takes about 5-10 minutes to kick in with the experience itself lasting around 2-3 hours, typical of most potent, full of THC strains. This kush is good for creative individuals as it helps in the cognitive function of forming new thoughts.
It is good for artists, musicians, movie makers and those who like spicing up their imaginations. It also motivates the user allowing thoughts to rapidly fire and flow free throughout the brain, with the most brilliant ideas sticking. Lemon Kush increases cerebral focus, making it suitable for daytime chores and getting housework done successfully.
Best consumed at any time of day afternoon, because it does not cause drowsiness, it is reasonable to consume after the morning or anytime later. This makes it even more versatile and convenient for a plethora of consumers.
Medical Benefits of Lemon Kush
Lemon Kush is good for all patients because it relaxes and removes pain from the body without producing tiredness. Larger doses may be more suitable for healing those with fatigue, joint pain, arthritis, chronic pain, menstrual cramps, headaches, migraines, muscle spasms, and other body aches or pains.
Edibles, concentrates, tinctures, candies, gummies and extracts are best for intaking bigger doses of THC. Mentally, it is a massive deterrent for stress and anxiety patients, as well as mood disorders such as depression and bipolar patients. Good for those looking to lessen their mood disorders or concerns regarding the mind.
To prevent uncomfortable experiences with this kush, know your limits and start small, increasing your quantities with time.
Negative Side Effects of Lemon Kush
Lemon Kush is tied with the typical adverse effects with mild paranoia and dizziness being the most severe of the possibilities. Though this is not so common, it should not be a cause for concern, but if it does arise, just know it is caused due to the potency of this kush and it will pass with time.
Dry mouth (cotton mouth) and dry eyes occur, which can be conveniently managed with just a little extra preparation and planning. Make sure to drink plenty of hydrating fluids before, during and after your high to moisten the mouth so you can enjoy your experience a little better.