Also known as just “Lemon Fire,” this indica-dominant cannabis plant (60% indica/40% sativa) is known for its incredibly frosty, light green buds thick with calyxes. It smells distinctly of spicy lemons with a tart earthy scent.
When burned, the lemon flavors carry over quite nicely. It won Best Concentrate at the 2014 Washington Cannabis Cup.
When this strain hits, it starts in the head, providing energy and feelings of lifted spirits. However, there’s a slow body high that will melt downward as the buzz progresses, inducing couch-lock with heavy doses. Lemon Fire Kush is recommended primarily for mental purposes like increasing focus, warding off depression or mood swings, but it can also help with minor body pains.
Cottonmouth and red eyes may be side effects from smoking Lemon Fire Kush. High doses may cause anxiety or paranoia in some users.
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This strain is a cross of Lemon Kush and Fire OG, and it boasts a cannabinoid profile of 18% THC.