Lemon Zkittle Genetics
Lemon Skunk (which includes Las Vegas Lemon Skunk) x Zkittles (this has Grape Ape and Grapefruit in the mix), have produced a strong and fruity little baby – Lemon Zkittle. Stress resistant and easy to grow this newly introduced strain is bound to be popular with sativa lovers for years to come.
Lemon Zkittle Effects
Especially bred with potency in mind, Lemon Zkittle turned out to be one of Dutch Passion´s most potent creations to date, boasting THC ratios in excess of 20%. You. are. going. to. feel. that. With a recognizable, classic-sativa effect Lemon Zkittle will have you soaring high. This is a good strain for sharing preferably with cannasseur friends who will really appreciate her quality, and er, who want to get completely blasted.
Lemon Zkittle Terpene Profile
Obviously you´re going to get lots of lemon flavor in this one, ah, but what kind of lemon? It´s a fresh and tangy taste, from potent and frosty bud that gives off a sour citrus aroma. Yum.
Medical Benefits Lemon Zkittle
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 Zkittle
Growing Lemon Zkittle should be as easy as stealing candy from a baby. She’ll shoot up quickly but even out at a comfortable medium height. As she does she’ll be developing that long, leggy sativa look; branches will be well spaced out, and she’ll have large and very frosty colas. Give her support if they get very heavy. After nine weeks she should be ripening and given ideal conditions she can produce a massive yield of strong and resinous bud. Good for both indoor and outdoor grows, various grow mediums and methods, beginners and experienced gardeners alike.