The Lemon Kush strain is primarily recognized for its intense flavors and is covered in white frosting with light green buds and offers creative and uplifting effects. It smells just as good as it tastes, but it does have its drawbacks. Too much use can eventually lead to headaches, dry mouth and eyes, paranoia and dizziness. However, this does not mean it is does not have any benefits at all. It is primarily used to fight depression, loss of appetite and anxiety. If you do plan to use Lemon Kush, you have to keep in mind it is quite strong and should be used as an evening smoke.
Alien Genetics pollenated the Ohio Lemon G clone only with his Afghani “Kush” Landrace male to create this seedline
Spiral dark olive open cluster calyxes with muted goldenrod pistils, and short fat trichomes with large heads
Lemons and a nutty, slightly vegetal quality (reminded one reviewer of almonds). There was a slightly putrid twang that came out after grind as well, a bit of “poo” smell.
Lemony, with a flowery finish that carried notes of peppermint and grass. The smoke was extremely smooth on the throat
An initial boost of energy was the main effect, but after about 30 minutes, the real potency arrived (definitely a creeper) and sent relaxation throughout the body and cast a bit of a haze over the mental proceedings. The eyes were burning a bit and sensitive to light, with an increase in internal pressure. Social interaction was pleasant and easy thanks to the elevated mood and mental energy. Later in the duration it became more relaxing and the head effects died down for the most part — a nice, soft drop back to normalcy.