Lemon Haze Strain Review

Close up picture of a Lemon Haze strain plant

When it comes to THC-potent strains, the Haze family takes the lead. We all adore the uplifting, euphoric, and energizing effects of its Sativa members. What’s even better is that a Haze strain can provide you an exciting psychedelic mental experience while allowing you to remain physically active. 

Now imagine all the typical appealing qualities of the Haze family, mixed with the enticing smell of fresh peeled lemon slices and a sweet aftertaste lingering in your mouth. If this sounds attractive to you, we beg you to stay because we’re about to squeeze out all you need to know regarding the refreshing Lemon Haze strain.

We don’t have this specific strain, but check out our other sativa dominant hybrids:

 

What Is the Lemon Haze Strain

Lemon Haze is a trendy Sativa-dominant hybrid known for its potency, unique citrus flavor profile, and refreshing aroma. Perfect for wake and bake or as an afternoon treat, the Lemon Haze strain will fill you up with its euphoric, uplifting energy and happy thoughts. 

​Lemon Haze Appearance 

Lemon Haze has it all, from well-balanced effects and enticing aroma to a great appearance. Between Lemon Haze’s fluffy, dense leaves, we find its yellow-ish green buds threaded through with vibrant orange pistils. Its buds, coated with amber hairs and shiny trichomes, have a slightly yellow glow that hints at its high psychoactivity.

​Lemon Haze Genetics

Lemon Haze is the child of two prestigious parents: The zesty Lemon Skunk and the potent Silver Haze. This cross resulted in a Sativa dominant hybrid (70:30 Sativa/Indica ratio). 

It should not be confused with the award-winning Super Lemon Haze, a Sativa-dominant strain originally bred by Franco Loja from Green House Seed Co. This particular strain it’s a cross between two other parents: Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze.

THC/CBD content

The Lemon Haze strain is a Sativa heavy-beast that delivers psychoactive punches, strong enough to satisfy most veteran smokers or give a night to remember to novices out there. If you still have doubts, check the numbers; they never lie. 

Cannabis testing lab Analytical 360 ranks Lemon Haze’s psychoactivity at between 12% and a staggering 25%. On the other hand, its CBD content remains almost undetectable, at 0.38%.  

Lemon Haze Effects

When life gives you lemons, you grind and smoke them. Lemon Haze inherited the best features of both parents. Due to its energizing, uplifting effects, it’s a special strain for those rough days when you need a little push to carry on. 

The Lemon Haze strain will loosen that pressure-knot that you carry with its euphoric, cerebral high, flooding your mind with happy thoughts and a sudden improvement in mood. Thanks to this bud’s positive mindset, all possible stressors will take a backseat, and you’ll be able to concentrate on single tasks like cleaning the house or running errands. An increase in cerebral activity may inspire creativity or lead to stimulating conversation.

Some users report moments of psychedelia at first, characterized by a change or distortion in their perception of external stimuli with certain sights or sounds. The Sativa ride will take you to a mellow and relaxed Indica end as the high wears on. Lemon Haze’s combination of mental and physical effects can be a great way to appreciate activities that involve both body and mind.

For medical cannabis patients, Lemon Haze’s positive mental effects can temporarily distract from mild to moderate stress, depression, anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, and PTSD symptoms. The strain’s early sense of focus can also help with ADHD symptoms. Physically speaking, its therapeutic properties effectively treat temporary or chronic nerve-related pain, fatigue, migraines, nausea, and appetite loss.

Connoisseurs recommend consuming this Sativa with caution to those prone to panic or with a low THC tolerance. Increasing the dosage may put you in a spacey state, disconnected from your surroundings, with a strong body stone and couch-locked. For this reason, one shouldn’t consume the Lemon Haze strain lightly since it is considered a hard-hitting strain. Side-effects may include dry eyes, dry mouth, and dizziness.

​Lemon Haze Reported Flavors

Take one of Lemon Haze’s beautiful nugs and take a big whiff. When properly cured, Lemon Haze carries a strong citrus aroma with low earthy notes. As you grind its buds, a strong smell of freshly cut lemon slices will penetrate your nostrils. If you’re a Haze fan, you will surely recognize the particular spicy herbal undertone that this strain inherited, along with the acrid funk that characterizes its other parent, Lemon Skunk.

When you take the first drag, you can capture the citrus undertones of Lemon Haze. As you exhale, a sweet but tangy aftertaste with a refreshing herbal tone will linger in your mouth, making the experience even more enjoyable. The terpenes responsible for this tantalizing combination of aroma and taste are myrcene, followed by pinene and terpinolene primarily. If you want to know more about the fascinating world of terpenes, check our blog

​Where to buy Lemon Haze Strain

Because of Lemon Haze’s high THC content, this strain is illegal in some states and countries. If cannabis is legal where you live or currently staying, you may find Lemon Haze’s flowers in dispensaries or specialized stores. Moreover, you can also get them online from Weed Online World, How Do I Get Weed, Green Society, or Cheap Bud Canada

​Lemon Haze’s Growing Information 

If you fall under the charms of Lemon Haze and you want to grow your own, you can find the seeds online at Amsterdam Genetics. This strain has medium growth difficulty, and as a hybrid variety, it can grow both in or outdoors. Lemon Haze flowers within 8 to 9 weeks when grown indoors and is ready for harvest in early October when grown outdoors.

Indoor plants can reach heights between 2 to 4 ft and produce around 425-475g/m2. Connoisseurs advise keeping this plant’s size in check by trimming back and pruning branches early in the vegetative stage. 

On the other hand, outdoor plants can grow from 3.5 to 5 ft and yield 500g per plant, especially under a semi-humid climate with daytime temperatures between 72 and 80° F.

If you are a fan of skunky strains, our Cat’s Meow is the one for you. Or suppose you want to try a memorable member of the energetic Haze family. In that case, we invite you to try our remarkable Suver Haze, which has been a best-seller because of its consistent effects and enjoyable smoke. For all the citrus lovers out there, we’ve gathered the best lemon weed strains. Discover a world of lemony varieties and find the chosen one for your next purchase.

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