This strain, which leans more to the indica end (60% indica/40% sativa), produces long, conical buds with a dense covering of trichomes practically inside and out. As its name would suggest, it certainly smells like lemon, and when smoked it tastes like lemon drop candy with a dash of black pepper. Two of its concentrates won top prizes at Amsterdam’s High Times Cannabis Cup in 2014.
Lab data indicates it can reach as high as 20-22% THC.
What’s it good for? Some reviewers wrestling with insomnia or restlessness said they find solace in Super Lemon OG, which brings on nap time with ease. It may also work well for treating pain, nausea, muscle spasms, inflammation, and cramps.
The most reported side effect from Super Lemon OG is dry mouth, although some users may experience a little jitteriness, too.
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This strain comes from the iconic DNA Genetics as a cross between Super Lemon OG and Captain Krypt OG.