Lemondoodlez weed – Hybrid Sativa – by Eighth Brothers
Lemondoodlez weed is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain with a 60:40 Sativa / Indica ratio. This strain’s THC has been measured over 27% so you can expect a nice high. Expect yellow and green crystal infested buds. It has amber hairs on the trichomes which gives it a unique yellow tint. Its buds are medium to large in size, thick and spherical in shape. The strain has an extremely appealing aroma that smells like freshly peeled lemons. It has a similar flavor – and a refreshing herbal spicy undertone that lingers when exhaled.
Lemondoodlez is a heavy hitter that wields its full effects in just few minutes. It will make you feel extremely euphoric and happy, while providing a well-rounded high. Lemondoodlez delivers a cerebral rush that stimulates creativity, and conversation in social settings. In addition to its uplifting effects, Lemondoodlez has an energetic onset that gives you the motivation to handle multiple physical tasks, whether at work or at home. This combination of mental and physical effects can be a great way to appreciate activities that involve both body and mind, like physical exercise and sex. Lemondoodlez is sure to keep you smiling as long as its effects last. It is the perfect day-time bud!
Medical Benefits of Using Lemondoodlez Cannabis Strain
Lemondoodlez may have several applications for medical marijuana patients. Lemondoodlez may provide relief for patients suffering from chronic pain and inflammatory conditions. Patients who struggle with appetite loss and nausea will also appreciate its hunger-inducing effect. It has positive mental effects that can temporarily treat mild to moderate stress disorders and depression. The sense of focus it provides at the onset can also help those with attention deficit disorders to concentrate on single tasks. Although Lemondoodlez is a delicious strain with cerebral effects that’s not overly intense, it’s not recommended for patients with low THC tolerance.
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