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About this Hybrid Strain
Lemonage is a sativa-dominant strain, brought to us by Tryke, who prefers to keep the lineage a secret. Many believe it to be a descendant of Lemon OG as it boasts a similar aroma.
The Lemonage buds consist of dense, lime-green leaves, and a generous assortment of fuzzy bright-orange pistils. A coat of amber trichomes brightens the buds and hides the true forest-green color of the leaves underneath.
The aroma of fresh Lemons and Pine is complimented well with a sour-lemon flavor, as Lemonage is packed with tartness and leaves the user with a spicy, pepper aftertaste.
With THC testing around 20% on average, Lemonage lends a smooth cerebral euphoria with a reportedly steady stream of motivation and energy. Focus reportedly holds strong, making this strain popular among medical users with ADD. The terpenes are believed to work synergistically together. Limonene is associated with with energy, while the Beta Myrcene is believed to have an analgesic, relaxing effect on the body. The Beta Caryophyllene is believed to help with pain and inflammation as well as with anxiety. The result is a well-balanced hybrid that some say can help them get going and stay moving, while maintaining productivity and focus. Its versatility makes it a good strain to enjoy both during the daytime or at night, depending on your experience. Whether it is going to the gym or enjoying dinner, Lemonage may be the perfect companion.
Frequently Asked Questions About Lemonage
- What is Lemonage?
Lemonage is a sativa-dominant hybrid, known for it's sour lemon-citrus flavor.
- Where does Lemonage come from?
Lemonage comes from Tryke Cannabis, who have decided to keep the lineage a secret.
- What does Lemonage smell like?
This strain smells like fresh lemons and pine.
- What does Lemonage taste like?
Lemonage has a sour-lemon flavor, with a spicy-pepper aftertaste.
- What color does Lemonage have?
The Lemonage buds conist of dense, lime-green leaves, and a generous assortment of fuzzy, bright-orange pistils. A coat of amber trichomes brightens the buds, hiding the true forest-green color of the leaves underneath.
- What effects does Lemonage have?
Users reported an increase in energy and motivation, with a decrease in pain and inflammation. Reported smooth cerebral euphoria with a positive effect on mood are also common.
- Is Lemonage an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Although the lineage is a mystery, Lemonage is believed to be a sativa-dominant hybrid.