Lemon Haze is a Sativa-dominant hybrid flower (70% Sativa and 30% Indica) resulting from a cross between Lemon Skunk and Silver Haze. This marijuana strain was named after the citrusy aroma and flavor that it inherited from its parents. Lemon Haze has a THC of about 20%, but most phenotypes are of lower THC.
LEMON HAZE CAN BE GROWN INDOORS AND OUTDOORS AND HAS AN AVERAGE FLOWERING TIME OF 9-10 WEEKS.
Lemon Haze Strain Review
Lemon Haze is a popular flower throughout the West Coast United States. If you get hold of its buds, you can distinguish it from other strains by its nuggets covered by a layer of shining resinous trichomes. The buds are light green and have orange-yellow hairs. It is also characterized by far-stretching water leaves with deep green shade.
Lemon Haze can be grown indoors or outdoors. This strain is, however, one of the few in the cannabis world with the longest flowering time. You will have to wait for about 9-10 weeks indoors and up to mid to late October outdoors. Fortunately, Lemon Haze has a heavy yield. If grown under the right conditions, it produces 28 ounces per square meter indoors and 35 ounces per plant outdoors. This strain is easy to grow and highly resistant to powdery mildew, mold, pests, and diseases.
The name of this strain says everything about its aroma and flavor. It exudes zesty splashes of lemony sourness with a sweet aftertaste, which stays on the palate for some time. You can easily recognize buds of Lemon Haze by their freshly cut lemon aroma.
Considering the parental lineage of this marijuana strain, you can expect it to hit hard and fast. That is what the effect of Lemon Haze is about. It sets in with euphoria and high cerebral stimulation that leaves you happy and sometimes sedated. The Indica part introduces body relaxation and calmness, but you never get couch-locked. Instead, you get more creativity and energy to do housework and other chores.
- Dry mouth
- Dry eyes