Created by Green Lantern Seeds, this cannabis strain is a cross of an early OG and a pair of Mexican and Afghan. The resulting hybrid, while Indica-dominant, still retains some of its Sativa genes.

It can take quite a bit of time before users feel its full effects, consumers have reported it can take up to 30 minutes to get the full experience. For that reason, some people may decide to use a little bit more. Of course, that results in a shockingly intense experience. Often, users feel energetic in the beginning, but as the Indica traits of Lemon Diesel starts to manifest itself, that can change. In essence, after inducing a reinvigorating mental high, it gently lets users fall into relaxation.

Lemon Diesel Strain Quick Facts
Genetic LineageLost Coast OG x California Sour
Sativa / Indica Ratio30 / 70
THC %14% to 19%
CBD %0.1% to 0.23%
ClimateWarm climate
Flowering Period9 to 10 weeks / Mid-October
Average Yield500 g/m2 / 800 g/plant

Odor and Flavours

A lemony scent blankets the smoke with some hints of pepper and citrus. Its fruitiness is overwhelming and refreshes the nostrils.

Like its name, a lemon taste overpowers the diesel flavor, but not completely. It does not have any unpleasant aftertaste so that should delight the users.

Medical Use and Benefits

With its moderate to high THC levels, it’s psychoactive properties have proven to be quite invaluable to many medical cannabis users.

Lemon Diesel is good for medical reasons if you suffer with the following.

  • Can wipe stress
  • Helps with anxiety
  • Depression
  • PTSD
  • Help’s with sleeping

Growing Lemon Diesel

If you have the opportunity to grow this strain outside, so your area is legal you will like to know that lemon diesel thrives outside and is a much better strain in an outdoor grow. It grows tall and bulky towards the end of the grow. Beginners and experienced users play a fair game when cultivating this strain because it is relatively easy. it will thrive off a moderately warm climate with lots of sun exposure and flowers between the second and third week of October. Expect a yield quite generous amounting to 800 grams per plant.

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