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About this Hybrid Strain
Melon Heads is a strain created by Lit Farms. It comes from crossing a Watermelon Lifesaver female with a Melonade male. Leaning slightly towards the Indica side, Melon Heads is a consistently potent strain, that tests over 20% THC on average.
Melon Heads' robust, popcorn-shaped nuggets are comprised of curly, forest-green leaves with dark, olive-green streaks. Clumps of dark orange pistils are scattered about, while a fuzzy coat of amber trichomes adds streaks of gold to brighten the green leaves.
The aroma of pine, zesty lemon, and sweet watermelon is refreshing. Combusting Melon Heads accents the sweet, yet sour, melon and lemon flavors, leaving a spicy-kush aftertaste.
Despite being slightly indica-dominant, Melon Heads reportedly yields a steady stream of energy, while easing pain and inflammation. For this reason, many users prefer to use this strain early to help with ease of movement. Some reviewers suggested that users with depression and anxiety, who are looking for strains to help these conditions, with minimal couch-lock, may find Melon Heads helpful. The smooth, cerebral euphoria does not reportedly trigger paranoia, with many users instead noting an enhanced ability to focus.
Frequently Asked Questions About Melon Heads
- What is Melon Heads?
Melon Heads is a slightly indica-dominant hybrid, known for its sweet melon flavor.
- What does Melon Heads mean?
The term "Melon Heads" has roots in American Folklore, particularly in Ohio, Michigan, and Connecticut, in which children with hydrocephalus, or enlargement of the heads, escaped from an asylum and now live in those forest areas.
- Where does Melon Heads come from?
Melon Heads was created by Lit Farms, through a cross of Watermelon Lifesaver and Melonade.
- What does Melon Heads smell like?
Melon Heads has a pine, sweet melon, and lemon-citrus aroma.
- What does Melon Heads taste like?
Melon Heads tastes like sweet melon and sour lemon, with a spicy, kush aftertaste.
- What color does Melon Heads have?
The Melon Heads robust, popcorn-shaped nuggets are comprised of curly, forest-green leaves with dark, olive-green streaks. Clumps of dark orange pistils are scattered about, while a fuzzy coat of amber trichomes adds streaks of gold to brighten the leaves.
- What effects does Melon Heads have?
Melon heads reportedly alleviates depression, anxiety, pain, and inflammation. Users also describe enhanced focus and mood.
- Is Melon Heads an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Melon Heads is an indica-dominant hybrid, approximately 60% Indica and 40% Sativa.