Lemon Poison Strain Review

A cannabis flower and joint next to a lemon

You certainly have heard the line “pick your poison” before. Unfortunately, it isn’t something we can apply to our lives every day. When life hasn’t given you enough lemons, you just have to come up with your own poison to get through the day. Before taking the hard path and running towards your goals, you better enjoy the sweet taste of the calm before the storm.

Lemon Poison is a hybrid strain whose progenitors are the popular Lemon G-13 and Durban Poison, which together create an amazing terpene profile. This strain has an average 20-25% THC level and about .1% CBD presence. Its fluffy green buds have bright undertones and a thick coating of trichomes. If you seek a perfect balance between the energizing properties of sativa and the relieving effects of indica, Lemon Poison is your best bet.

Although we don’t carry this exact strain at Botany Farms (yet), we have several other CBD rich hybrid strains with similar fruity tones to choose from:

 

Terpenes

Its lineage provides Lemon Poison a terpene profile that is hard to resist. With a list that includes Myrcene, Limonene, Caryophyllene and Terpinolene, this strain is full of aroma and a nice citrusy flavor.

The distinct taste and aromas found in this strain are citrus, sour and spicy flavor with diesel and earthy notes to it. This combination makes it perfect for those who enjoy fruity flavors without the sweetness of them.

Effects

A vibrant high is something you would expect getting from Lemon Poison thanks to its high THC levels. This euphoria makes you feel creative, focused and energetic. However, its effects aren’t only related to the mind; Lemon Poison is often used to treat depression, fatigue, migraines, stress and ADHD.  For that reason, it is a great medical treatment for those who look for alternative methods.

Regarding terpenes, myrcene contributes to muscle relaxation and has sedative effects. As for limonene, a terpene commonly found in this type of strains, it is a great antidepressant and uplifting terpene. In addition, Terpinolene is full of sedative, antibacterial and antifungal properties. It is the most common terpene you can find in strains used to treat anxiety, panic attacks and insomnia.

Finally, it contains Caryophyllene, a terpene known for being the only one to act as a cannabinoid, since it interacts with the endocannabinoid system; this terpene has great anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. 

Genetics

Lemon G-13 and Durban Poison are the proud parents of this strain. If you mix a 70:30 sativa-indica ratio strain and a landrace sativa strain, the probabilities of getting a top-notch cannabis flower are pretty high.

Lineage

Lemon G-13 is a sativa-dominant strain that originates from Ohio. Its consumption often generates feelings of euphoria, relaxation and creativity due to its 19% THC levels. This strain helps with stress, depression and pain reduction. On the other hand, some negative effects of Lemon G-13 are dry mouth and eyes.

Furthermore, Durban Poison is one of the most popular sativa strains. It comes from the South African city of Durban and has a strong sweet taste to it, combining some herbal and minty notes. It can have up to 24%  THC presence, delivering energy, focus and productivity, which is a must have for those who are constantly on the go. Its chunky and round buds full of a vibrant green are known for providing stress relief without the feared paranoia that often comes with strains of high THC levels. This strain is often used for crossbreeding thanks to its amazing properties.

As a result, the great Lemon Poison has everything you need to get through the day and feel a dynamic energy inside you without the drowsy effects often found in  strains with high THC levels.

Grow Information

Growing a Lemon Poison cannabis plant will bring great amounts of flowers. Developed by The Bank Genetics, this strain combines the great phenotypes of its parents and has amazing traits to look for a crop. It has a fast vegetative growth, strong roots and large flowers, which often come out with a very fragrant characteristic.

Flowering Time

10-12 weeks.

Yield

75-120g 

Seeds

If you are interested in growing Lemon Poison seeds, you can find them here to start your growing journey.

Lemon Poison is a great strain to have on your shelf. However, if you struggle to find this flower, Botany Farms offers a very similar product. Hawaiian Haze is the consumers’ favorite daytime medication, since it provides them with energy and makes them talkative while melting stress away. Testing at 19.7% CBD, this flower has an intense taste of pineapple and citrus flavors that will make you stay focused and creative through the day.

Reference links:

https://www.leafly.com/strains/lemon-g/reviews

https://thebankgenetics.com/project/lemon-poison/

https://www.leafly.com/strains/durban-poison

 

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