Lemon Sugar Kush CBD Strain
What do you get when you mix lemon, sugar, and some Kush?
Lemon Sugar Kush!
It is that simple. Lemon Sugar Kush is a cannabis strain that combines the goodness of Kush varieties with that of sweeter weed strains. It is a pure indica strain, meaning that it gives quite a potent body buzz.
The strain is a cross between Larry OG and Double OG. It has 22% THC and 0.2% CBD.
Lemon Sugar Kush is packed with flavors from both sides of the divide. On one end, the smell is skunky to the extent of inducing bouts of coughs after the first toke. On the other hand, the smell is fruity, tangy and zesty.
The taste is exquisite to say the very least; old and new patients are likely to enjoy this smoke. It starts with strong herbal notes that are accentuated by sugary and nutty undertones.
The Lemon Sugar Kush high isn’t as exciting as the flavor. Even with the high THC, the mental buzz sets in slowly and fills up the mind in cyclic waves. Users will experience some level of elation and bliss. Later, users may find themselves engaging in meaningful conversations but not being able to move from their seats-typical couch lock effect.
Lemon Sugar Kush nugs are visually appealing. They take on a mint green hue with orange-brown pistils scattered evenly. When in full bloom, the nugs will be coated with milky trichomes making them appear snowy. These nugs are hard to bruscle spasms, and chronic stress.eak by hand; a hand grinder comes in handy.
Lemon Sugar Kush is a pure indica strain. It has 22% THC and 0.2% CBD.
Lemon Sugar Kush is a cross between Larry OG and Double OG. Rebel grown are the breeders of this strain.
If you are accustomed to cannabis terpenes, it is very easy to pick out the dominant terpenes in this strain: myrcene, limonene, and linalool.
- Myrcene has potent pain-relieving properties.
- Limonene is found in the rind of citrus fruits, juniper, rosemary, and pine needles. A study conducted by the Department of Biology at Purdue University showed that limonene has anti-tumor activity.
- Linalool has a low abundance in cannabis. It is also found in lavender, mint, citrus fruits, birch trees, and rosewood. It is a mild sedative and local anesthetic.