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About this Hybrid Strain
Its Indica leaning effects come on quickly for some, with many noting a narcotic-like body buzz that left them feeling hazy and heavy. Recommended by some as a therapeutic strain, due to its potent effects and high THC levels, Lemon Margy received rave reviews for its potential in easing symptoms of chronic pain, headaches, nausea, and anxiety in some reviewers.
Limonene, Beta Caryophyllene, and Beta Myrcene are the dominant terpenes found in Lemon Margy. Beta Caryophyllene and Myrcene are well known for contributing to strains that users say combat stress and inflammation. When cultivated properly, the buds of lemon Margy are bright lavender, with patches of lime green. Fuzzy white trichomes coat the entire surface, giving the buds a snowy sheen and hint at its potency. Breaking apart the buds releases a sweet and musky, citrus scent, with a creamy cheese undertone. When combusted, its flavor is earthy, with a citrus finish.
THC levels average in the mid-twenties, with our particular batch testing at 25%. Flowering time takes approximately 60 to 65 and produces tall, robust smelling plants with average yields.
Frequently Asked Questions About Lemon Margy #6
- What is Lemon Margy #6?
Lemon Margy #6 is an Indica dominant strain that fans say produces a heavy psychoactive elation that leaves them relaxed and blissful.
- Where does Lemon Margy #6 come from?
Lemon Margy #6 is a cross between Frozen Margy and Lemon Jack.
- What does Lemon Margy #6 smell like?
The scent of Lemon Margy #6 is sweet and musky, with notes of citrus and cheese.
- What Lemon Margy #6 taste like?
Combusting Lemon Margy #6 produces an earthy and citrus flavor.
- What color does Lemon Margy #6 have?
Lemon Margy #6 buds are bright lavender and lime green, coated in white trichomes.
- What effects does Lemon Margy #6 have?
Users have noted that Lemon Margy #6 effects produce a psychoactive punch that leaves them relaxed and blissful. Many say they experienced reductions in pain and stress.
- Is Lemon Margy #6 an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?
Lemon Margy #6 is an Indica leaning hybrid.