Lemon Skunk Weed
Lemon Skunk Weed used for daytime pain relief, especially in the case of chronic migraines, and is most often prescribed for this purpose. Those suffering from stress, anxiety, and depression favor this strain for its mood elevating properties. The strain is also used for the relief of nausea and eating disorders.
Lemon Skunk is an award-winning sativa hybrid, known for its lemon flavor and a THC count as high as 22%. It made the High Times list of top 10 strains in 2009. Lemon Skunk is designed by DNA Genetics, who chose two different strains of skunk with a strong flavor and scent of lemons as its parents. The mother is a skunk that originated from Vegas, while the father came from Holland.
The Lemon Skunk Weed strain has won numerous awards, and it made the High Times’ top 10 strains list in 2009. Users describe Lemon Skunk’s effects as mood-enhancing and energizing, without being overwhelming. As time passes, this strain induces a feeling of relaxation, but not sedation or couchlock. For this reason, Lemon Skunk is suitable for daytime use.
The clue is in the name, and you don’t win any prizes for guessing what this pungent strain smells like. Lemon Skunk marijuana has a powerful lemon and skunky scent infused with slightly earthy and sour notes. Lemon Skunk’s robust lemon flavor tantalizes the taste buds, as does its sweet and creamy undertones. It also has an eclectic mix of sour citrus notes and skunk.
A mature Lemon Skunk Weed plant is a vibrant green with lighter tinges to the leaves and buds. The nugs are relatively dense and prominent, and when dried and cured, are sticky and incredibly fragrant. A thin layer of glistening trichomes and bright orange pistils give this plant a bit of added color. If you have Lemon Skunk seeds and grow indoors, expect the crop to take 8-9 weeks to flower. Lemon Skunk typically yields up to 18 ounces per square meter indoors. Outdoors, Lemon Skunk is usually ready for harvesting by early October and produces a whopping 28 ounces of bud per plant.