The award-winning cannabis strain named Lemon Tree captured the public by surprise in 2014. It took home that year’s San Francisco High Times Cannabis Cup for Best Hybrid along with Seattle’s High Times Cannabis Cup for Best Hybrid. Lemon Tree offers users a strong lemon aroma just as the name implies, with diesel undertones inherited from its genetics stemming from the cross of Lemon Skunk and Sour Diesel. When you gaze at the plump buds of Lemon Tree, they might remind you of actual lemon trees.
The average batch of Lemon Tree tends to have THC levels between 17 and 25 percent, though CBD levels usually stay far below one percent. It’s a hybrid strain, meaning it has the capacity to create both indica and sativa effects in users. In other words, it's reputed to have the possibility to produce effects in both the body and the mind.
Consumers of this strain have claimed they’ve used it and felt a light euphoria accompanied by bodily relaxation that eases stress and pains from head to toe including those of fibromyalgia. Fans of Lemon Tree have stated they like its clear-headed high, allowing them to embark at-home daily tasks confidently and with focus. Some medical consumers have said they’ve used Lemon Tree in easing symptoms of PTSD, fatigue, along with other symptoms of pain such as arthritis.
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The Lemon Tree strain, which is sometimes referred to as Lemon Tree OG, is an award-winning hybrid that’s renowned amongst consumers for its lemony scent and flavor as well as the calming and euphoric high it’s been claimed to produce.
This strain’s name refers to its scent and flavor, which are similar to lemons, and its appearance. Small patches of yellow sit amidst cured green flowers that make it look like miniature lemon trees.
Lemon Tree cannabis hybrid smells, not surprisingly, of lemons and has diesel undertones.
The taste of Lemon Tree weed can be both skunky and lemon-like due to its inherited terpene profile from Lemon Skunk and Sour Diesel.
Lemon Tree, sometimes referenced as Lemon Juss, has been reported by some of its reviewers to be relaxing for the body, calming for the mind, and even euphoric. Some medical consumers say they’ve used it to help with symptoms of PTSD, fatigue, and pain such as arthritis.
Lemon Tree results from crossing Lemon Skunk and Sour Diesel.
Lemon Tree has won multiple awards in competitions of the Hybrid categories.