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Lemon og kush strain

Lemon OG Strain

Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 22%, CBN: 1%

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This strain hits me quickly. I enjoy the body buzz and euphoric feels while I’m just chilling out or getting things done.

Love the mess and flavor of this flower. 1st time trying it from The Highest Shelf and really love it. Smokes and taste really good, love the upbeat feeling! Highly recommend if you like lemon!! This is the 2nd strain i’ve received from these guys. I was in LA last year and went to a dispensary and I was very disappointing after smoking, it was harsh, burned my throat. Both times The Highest Shelf has delivered amazing flower that smokes and taste amazing!.1 for Chicago 0 for LA!

Good strain with smell and flavor. The high was good fast approaching but my high lasted about 30 mins or so which I’m not sure what short is. Good bud def will enjoy the oz I have in bongs and joints. Grab you some when you can

The OG Lemon strain is very easy to come by as it is common and used by a large population of people. It is very effective and even though the effects of this particular strain do not last for very long, the speed of this strain and the effectiveness, you experience when you use it sure does make…

Lemon OG

Taste & Smell

  • Earthy
  • Sweet

Effects

  • Happy
  • Sleepy
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth

Pairs Well With

  • Sleeping
  • Spa
  • Watching TV/Movies

About this Hybrid Strain

The cone-shaped buds of Lemon OG may only be moderately covered in trichomes, but the abundance of deep orange and brown pistils almost makes up for it. Lemon OG’s scent is highly distinguishable, being lemony of course, but also having that skunky accent that OG strains are known to produce. Despite its overpowering and sometimes soury scent, its taste is much sweeter and can surprise users on the exhale.

THC levels of Lemon OG commonly rest around the low 20’s. It tends to have higher levels of the terpene beta caryophyllene, which in some studies, has been linked to similar effects of cannabinol or CBN. Beta caryophyllene may contribute to the “body buzz” sensation that many consumers talk about, as it interacts synergistically with other terpenes and compounds in the human body to relieve pain and inflammation.

This may be why many Lemon OG enthusiasts have reported the strain’s potential in relieving both pain and inflammation, sometimes resulting in better sleep or reduced stress. Some that try this strain have report a better mindset as stress-filled thoughts or anxiety unrelated to pain are alleviated. Still others have used Lemon OG to help with nausea or to increase appetite. Lemon OG may also have potential to help those that suffer from appetite loss due to pharmaceutical use.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 22%
CBD: Terpene Lab Data
Terpene Amount
Alpha Pinene: 0.28%
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.22%
Beta Myrcene: 0.21%
Alpha Humulene: 0.19%
Limonene: 0.19%
Linalool: 0.13%
Terpinolene: 0.08%

History

Lemon OG is a cross of The OG #18 and Las Vegas Lemon Skunk, and it can reach as high as 22% THC if grown correctly.

The cone-shaped buds of Lemon OG may only be moderately covered in trichomes, but the abundance of deep orange and brown pistils almost makes up for it. Lemon OG’s scent is highly distinguishable, being lemony of course, but also having that skunky accent that OG strains are known to produce….