Lemon Drop Strain
Lemon Drop is a 60% Sativa dominant strain with THC levels that range between 18-22%, making it a moderately potent strain. It has a taste and smell of Lemon that is described as pleasant by all smokers and its effects are uplifting and energetic, mainly focused in the head as opposed to the body. This strain delivers a good mix of well-balanced energy and with its mild and light taste, smell and smoke it can be a nicer alternative to heavier marijuana strains. The parentage and breeder of Lemon Drop are unknown and the strain has the typical appearance of dark green buds with orange pistils along with some white trichomes. Users of Lemon Drop report an immediate high along with a feeling of pressure around the eyes and temples. Lemon Drop can induce visual and auditory perception to the point of psychedelic activity, so is a strain to be used with caution. But in lighter doses it can be used to amplify deep thinking and other analytical processes, enabling used to get a job done as they focus their energy on a particular task. But Lemon Drop can also be useful in social situations as it is useful for extraversion and positivity. A light and sunny strain more suited to morning use than evening, with the added benefit of long-lasting effects that really bring value for money with its purchase. A very popular strain of marijuana that is difficult to come by.
Why do Patients Use Lemon Drop?
Lemon Drop is useful for the treatment of depression and anxiety due to its uplifting and energizing properties. It can be particularly effected for those with social anxiety. It can also be of use suffering for attention deficit disorders and lack of focus. Generally, it is not an ideal strain for those dealing with chronic pain or insomnia. Physiologically speaking, the strain’s mildly relaxing effects can provide some subtle relief for aches and pains, while its anti-inflammatory properties may soothe everyday irritations like nausea and headaches, but for serious conditions, a heavy Indica is required. Due to its high THC content, it might not be appropriate to anxiety sufferers who have low THC tolerance. A favorite among people who have ADD and ADHD.
Medical Uses of Lemon Drop
Minor aches and pains
Nausea and Headaches
Side-Effects of Lemon Drop
Information about Lemon Drop
60% Sativa 40% Indica
Clone only, parentage unknown.
Lemon Drop has a rating of 8.7 on the stoned meter.
THC levels of Lemon Drop are in the range of 18-22%.
No commercial seeders have claimed responsibility for the creation of this strain and it is next to impossible to find seeds at the time of this writing. Clones are required from plant clippings in order to grow.
The short flowering period between 7-8 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
Outdoors in a semi-humid environment.
Lemon Drop is a short plant that grows between 2-4 feet.
Lemon Drop generates a high yield of 500 grams indoors and outdoors.
Lemon Drop requires expert growing experience.
The temperature needs to remain between 65-80 degrees Fahrenheit. Lemon Drop is also susceptible to mold and pests.