|Strain name info:||Lemon Kush Marijuana Strain|
Our Overall Rating: 4.5 out of 5 / Best known for: Lemon taste
|Origin / ancestry||Lemon Kush Type: Lemon Kush is a hybrid of the following strains:|
Lemon Kush originated as a cross between Master Kush and lemon joy, mixing earthy Kush with tropical lemon.
|Aromas, Flavors||Lemon Kush has fragrances and aromas which have been described thusly:|
|May Relieve||Lemon Kush is an easy weed for beginners who have mood disorders or chronic pain. It will relieve pain, anxiety, and depression without the threat of a heavy high experienced users seek. Yet, it is delightful even to seasoned users due to the heavy terpene profile and the solid THC levels. It also has 1 % CBD, which is a strong level for recreational strains.|
17 % to 26 %
|Indoor/Outdoor Yield||Grown indoors, you can get as much as 18 ounces per meter squared of space. Outdoors, you can get a whopping 35 ounces per plant of sweet, lemony weed.|
|Flowering time||Lemon Kush flowers in nine to ten weeks indoors.|
|Harvest||Lemon Kush plants are ready for flowering from the month of September possibly into the middle of October.|
|Disease resistance||Lemon Kush cannabis is a plant which is resilient against disease and damage by wind and weather. It is less susceptible to damage from mites, spiders, bacteria, and viruses.|
|Plant Height||Lemon Kush marijuana is of a medium height, between 30 and 80 inches.|
|Adverse effects||Lemon Kush marijuana does not have many side effects. It is less liable to cause panic or anxiety due to the smooth effects.|
|Growing difficulty||Growing Lemon Kush plants is fairly easy. Flowering in 9 to 10 weeks, this strain is hearty and full of wonderful lemon fragrance. You need a Mediterranean or California climate to grow in to get the best results. You may need basic gardening skills including:|
Origins, Genetics, History
Lemon Kush Type: Lemon Kush is a hybrid of the following strains:
- Master Kush
- Lemon Joy
Lemon Kush’s parents are Lemon Joy and Master Kush. This creates a hybrid which is half Indica and half Sativa. Alternative breeders, the famous Alien Genetics, may have used an Afghan Kush and Lemon G as parents instead. The result in either case is a Kush which smells of the natural earthy Hindu Kush mountain fauna with a potent dose of a terpene called limonene because it smells like lemons. This is a Kush you don’t carry around in your pocket because you will smell strongly of lemon weed. You need an air-tight case.
Appearance and Smell
The hallmark of Lemon Kush is its fruity, lemon fragrance produced by terpenes including limonene. Lemon Kush is an easy to grow, medium height plant, growing between 30 and 80 inches tall. The buds are a yellow-green color, blanketed in reflective trichomes boasting high levels of THC, as high as 26%. Buds are tight and compact little nuggets stuffed with cannabinoids and terpenes. The smoke is herbal, sweet, and gives a natural, out-doorsy feeling. This is truly a product of nature, not a Franken-weed with glyphosate resistance.
How to Grow Lemon Kush Cannabis Seeds or Cuttings
Growing weed from Lemon Kush cannabis seeds is said to be easy as cake. You will need basic gardening skill and a mild, Mediterranean or California. It’s no wonder those places are the hotspots of history, they have excellent weather. A human could live there without clothing or shelter year round and not die of exposure. A plant can also thrive in such favorable conditions. But Lemon Kush is not as fragile as a human being. It’s a hearty, strong plant and will grow in many locations. Outdoors, harvest will be from mid September to mid October.
Indoors, you can use a set-up of 5 gallon pots and high intensity lamps with a mix of soil and nutrients or if you wanna be fancy, try a hydroponic set up for greater yields. It will be ready to be induced to flower in 9 or 10 weeks. You will get a yield of about 18 ounces per meter squared.
Medicinal Marijuana Review
Lemon Kush is used medically on a frequent basis because it is an easy going high with significant healing ability. Lemon Kush can be used to help those with anxiety and depression regulate their mood. This weed produces a mild euphoria and relief from anxiety and aches and pains. This can greatly improve depression and dysphoric mood states. This is a weed that can be effective for beginners, it has a smooth, candy taste, and does not produce a high which is difficult to handle.
Medically, this weed can be prescribed for seizures and Parkinson’s. It can even improve pain in multiple sclerosis. It is often used medically and recreationally to help deal with the normal stressors of the day and conditions like lack of appetite, nausea, and insomnia. It can provide relief without the threat of getting too stimulated or too relaxed to be unable to function.
This is also a good weed for beginners with pain syndromes like Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. It will produce a break in pain acutely as well as reducing inflammation in the long-term.
Lemon Kush Weed Price
|Vendor: Shango Win Sivers “Airport”|
Portland, Oregon, USA
Strain name: Lemon Kush – Easy
Gram – $ 2 USD
Eighth – $ 6 USD
Quarter – $ 10 USD
Half – $ 20 USD
Ounce – $ 38 USD
|Vendor: Diem Cannabis – Delivery|
Portland, Oregon, USA
Strain name: Lemon Kush
Gram – $ 3.50 USD
4 Grams – $ 12.60
¼ ounce – $19.60
Half-ounce – $ 34.30 USD
Ounce – $ 58.80 USD
Lemon Kush is a very brainy weed, it goes to the head. Toke slowly because the effects come on gradually and you want to effectively pace yourself. You will find your mind going to new and unique places. You may discover a clarity of thought and focus. This weed will not leave you locked to the couch or staring off into space. You will be able to go about socializing or getting a bit of work done. This is a good weed for social occasions as you may find yourself more agreeable to others and more talkative.
Lemon Kush is a good strain for day or night. During the night, it will mellow you out and welcome you to sleep. So, toke in a place where you are comfortable dosing off into a peaceful slumber.
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