Wholesale Lemon G Feminized Seeds
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Up until now, finding Lemon G cannabis seeds has been like searching for a needle in a haystack, which has forced most cultivators to have to track down clippings in order to grow this robust sativa-dominant strain.
Lemon G is definitely the offspring of G13, but then there’s debate as to whether Lemon Skunk or Love Potion No. 1 is its other parent strain. One thing that’s not debatable is just how powerful Lemon G is.
What are the effects of Lemon G cannabis?
Now that you can easily obtain Lemon G cannabis seeds from Growers Choice, you’ll be able to grow one of the hardest-hitting sativas around. This hybrid contains 22% THC and a sativa/indica ratio of 75:25.
An unusual thing about Lemon G cannabis is that even though it hits hard and fast to the point that it will completely overwhelm your senses, it doesn’t result in couch lock. Instead, users end up feeling immensely euphoric and re-energized. With one puff or so, its dynamically uplifting cerebral effects take hold within minutes and have you soaring to great and happy heights.
Its buzzy head high isn’t fog-inducing. In fact, it’s the total opposite, as it clears the fog and lets the light of clarity shine freely, allowing users to think more lucidly and creatively. If you were feeling low-energy before using Lemon G, you will be amazed at how recharged you feel.
Lemon G’s physical effects help to balance all of its cerebral gifts by relaxing and soothing the body without inducing lethargy or drowsiness.
What are the therapeutic benefits of Lemon G cannabis?
Lemon G’s seemingly miraculous ability to deliver a massively rousing boost in energy, vitality, and joy makes it an exceptionally potent strain for medical users who are needing fast-acting relief from stress.
Medical cannabis users also say that Lemon G consistently demonstrates its potential to alleviate chronic aches, gastrointestinal disorders, and migraines. Its purported ability to combat both nausea and loss of appetite are two traits that those with eating disorders.
What does Lemon G taste like?
Lemon G is one of those strains where depending on who you ask you could end up with conflicting reports as to how enjoyable a smoke this hybrid is. Some users and breeders say its complex flavor profile makes it an immensely enjoyable experience, whereas others say that even though its flavor isn’t that great, its effects make its taste completely worthwhile.
Basically, Lemon G tastes predominantly of sweet citrusy diesel with subtle hints of herbs, pepper, and freshly mowed grass. No matter which camp you fall into regarding its unique flavor, chances are you’ll agree that Lemon G is one of the most impressive sativas in existence.
How do I grow Lemon G cannabis seeds?
For the longest time, the only way to viably grow Lemon G was as a clone-only strain. As such, there’s not a lot of in-depth information available about all of its cultivation requirements. However, what is known is that Lemon G is an easy strain to grow and that it can thrive both inside and out, with some who say that it does a bit better outdoors in terms of reaching its full potential. It’s worth noting that while Lemon G seems to do well in a wide variety of climates, it does appear to do best when cultivated in warm outdoor settings. Also, the fact that all Growers Choice cannabis seeds are feminized means your chances of ending up with any male or hermaphrodite plants is phenomenally low.
What do Lemon G cannabis plants look like?
Lemon G, which is medium in height when fully mature, produces nuggets that are very in keeping with their sativa genetics in terms of being unusually fluffy and loose in structure.
Its buds have often been described as looking akin to a ball of lint you remove from the filter of your dryer or like a frosted clump of feathery down due to their structure and heavy layer of white trichomes. Lemon G’s unusual and fascinating appearance is definitely not one you tend to come across a lot in the world of cannabis cultivation.
When to harvest your Lemon G cannabis plant
Lemon G’s ease of growth and good, average-sized harvests make it an effortlessly rewarding strain to nurture.
Cultivated indoors, this fabulous sativa-dominant hybrid should begin to flower in about 9-11 weeks with a nice harvest of 350 grams per square meter.
Grown outdoors, Lemon G should produce a slightly larger yield of 400 grams per plant, likely around the middle of October.
Cannabis strains similar to Lemon G
- G13 definitely one of Lemon G’s parent strains and definitely a legendary, easy-to-grow indica-dominant hybrid
- Lemon Skunk this deliciously fragrant and deliciously potent sativa may be Lemon G’s other parent strain
- Lemon Haze perhaps a relative of Lemon G, as Lemon Skunk claims this potently psychoactive, lemon-citrusy sativa-dominant hybrid as an offspring
- Jack the Ripper this incredibly upbeat strain also has a 75:25 sativa/indica ratio
- Cotton Candy Kush this delightfully potent, 50/50 hybrid also has a THC content of 22%