Lemon Kush is an effective hybrid strain with a 50:50 sativa/indica ratio with 26% THC content. It is actually a blend of Afghani Kush and Lemon G with a potent lemon flavor of its own. Its taste can be credited to the high amounts of Limonene found within the strain. But if you do plan to get your hands on Lemon Kush, it would be wise to buy some that is organically grown. The strain is primarily recognized for its intense flavors and is covered in white frosting with light green buds and offers creative and uplifting effects. It smells just as good as it tastes, but it does have its drawbacks. Too much use can eventually lead to headaches, dry mouth and eyes, paranoia and dizziness. However, this does not mean it is does not have any benefits at all. It is primarily used to fight depression, loss of appetite and anxiety. If you do plan to use Lemon Kush, you have to keep in mind it is quite strong and should be used as an evening smoke. Indica THC: 15% – 22%, CBD: 1%, CBN: 1%
With THC levels that reach 22% in some tests, this is a very potent sativa-heavy hybrid. Lemon Skunk, which has a sativa/indica ratio of 60:40, is the award-winning descendant of two distinct Skunk phenotypes that were selected specifically for their tangy lemon traits. The aroma is Skunky and sweet while the flavor is reminiscent of sweet lemons and other citrus fruit. Lemon Skunk delivers a heady, peppy cerebral high that comes with a boost of energy and creativity, a dose of happiness, and a euphoric kick. It’s an uplifting yet lazy experience. The sativa genes offer effective treatment for depression, nausea, chronic pain, and everyday stresses. CBD levels are a bit higher than average in this strain, roughly 0.5% in some tests, but not high enough to recommend it as treatment for conditions that respond to CBD, such as epilepsy. Dry mouth and watery eyes are the only widely reported negative effects of Lemon Skunk, though paranoia, anxiety, and dizziness are also possible.