Lemon OG Kush Genetics
The crossing of the mysterious, Las Vegas-born, Lemon Skunk and the ‘Private Reserve’ OG #18 from Dutch breeder DNA Genetics resulted in an almost 50/50 hybrid (some phenotypes come out at 60/40 indica) that brings the best of both worlds right to your cerebral cortex.
Lemon OG Kush Effects
The effect of Lemon OG Kush might not last as long as other strains, but it comes on strong and fast. The sativa effect is what takes the main stage in the beginning of the high, giving you a euphoric and energizing head buzz that will leave you happy and activated. What follows is a pleasant mellow body-stoned sensation that gives your body and mind all the rest and peace it deserves.
Lemon OG Kush Terpene Profile
Lemon Kush is the embodiment of its parent’s genetics, with a flavor and aroma that lies somewhere between the pungent, tangy muskiness of Lemon Skunk and the spicy herbal flavors of the Kush family. What sets it apart from other Kush phenotypes is the fresh fruity citrus undertone that is carried through on the in and exhale.
Medical Benefits Lemon OG Kush
Ongoing research has suggested that high THC and low CBD strains may have potential benefits including stimulating appetite, reducing fatigue and relieving symptoms of Glaucoma. Although thought to be more effective when working together with CBD, THC is also understood to have some pain-relieving properties on its own. Considering this, this high THC strain may also provide some relief from general aches and pains.
How to Grow Lemon OG Kush
Lemon OG Kush is a low maintenance strain. Which makes it a great plant for beginners. It is naturally resistant to most common molds and mildew. It likes warm and dry climates, so most growers in Northern Europe are advised to cultivate Lemon OG Kush indoors.