LSD Weed hint of physical energy also follows up the creativity and mental energy. It’s not enough to make you want to go for a run, but enough to make you want to move about and get off the couch. After smoking just a little bit of LSD, the first thing you will notice is a pleasant rush of creativity and mental energy. This is pretty surprising considering the fact that LSD Weed isn’t a true sativa, but instead a hybrid.
Some strains have names based on some random adjectives or based on where they come from. There is a kind of poignant tartness that helps to contrast with the sweetness so beautifully. However, it also manages to smell like a candy shop – you can almost hear the doorbell’s jingle as you open the shop door. As you might expect, LSD Weed tastes like sweet lemons the moment you get the smoke in your mouth. Expect to find your palate almost overwhelmed with the complexity of its flavors; it is incredibly sweet, yet tart and acidic at the same time.
There is also a fair amount of undiagnosable citrus flavors that could be oranges, grapefruit, or anything in-between. But it is the sweetness that really overrides everything; it is like eating a lemon sherbet that is covered in sugar. Other than that, it is almost identical to other examples of the LSD in appearance. Its slight yellow quality makes it look a little bit like a lemon.
You can quickly grow this strain either indoors or outside, depending on your local climate and your own level of comfort. However, make sure to try and grow it a little bit hotter than you think you might need. This temperature requirement makes it a great pick for the west coast and southwest growers in the USA. To encourage a better yield from your LSD Weed Candy plants, you need to practice just a little bit of horticulture. For starters, chop the plant’s upper growth away in a process known as ‘topping’ about halfway through its growing cycle.