This marijuana strain derived its name from its taste profile. Clementine is one of the few cannabis strains we have with an enticing and delicious taste. In fact, it took the 2nd place award for the Best Sativa Concentrate at the 2015 High Times Cannabis Cup in Michigan for this reason. It is a cross between Tangie and Lemon Skunk. Clementine strain has a THC level of 20-25%, while some Clementine varieties have a higher THC content of 28%.

This strain grows quite tall, reaching up to 80 inches when grown outdoors. The plant is characterized by large flowers and a thick layer of trichomes. The leaves appear more yellow than green, with clusters of orange pistils growing around them.

Clementine produces good yield indoors and outdoors but thrives well outdoors in semi-humid climates. Cultivators are expected to prune and trim the plan as necessary to control its height and encourage lateral growth. Clementine takes between 8-9 weeks to flower, producing 10 ounces per square meter indoors and 15 ounces outdoors. Harvesting usually begins mid-October but can extend to early November.

This strain is very aromatic, producing sweet citrusy scents with notes of orange and lemon. You can also smell earth, spice, and pine. Clementine’s flavor profile is dominated by creamy, lemon, and citrusy taste, accompanied by a tangy orange aftertaste that sticks to the palate.

Clementine’s high begins with a boost of energy, relieving patients of any fatigue. This is quickly over drowned by relaxation and uplifting, which are both useful for stress relief. This strain will likely leave you calmed and at peace with yourself. Other medical benefits of Clementine include relieving chronic pain, migraine, depression, headache, nausea, etc.

Positive effects

  • Happy
  • Uplifted
  • Euphoric
  • Energetic

Adverse effects

  • Dry mouth
  • Dry eyes
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