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About this Sativa Strain
The Chem D cannabis strain is created by Remedy, and it is their expansion of the famous Chemdawg strain lineage. Nepalese and Thai landrace strains are believed to be the parents of Chemdawg, which has been used to create All-star strains like Sour Diesel and OG Kush. In the Chem D strain, Sour Diesel and OG Kush were crossed to create this potent hybrid, whose THC levels routinely test over 25%.
It seems the best of both worlds from beloved parent strains were passed onto Chem D. The earthy musk aroma is like a mix of gasoline and insect repellent with some citrus undertones. Smoking or vaping Chem D is earthy, but sweet, and leaves a peppery aftertaste.
The lime and forest-green Chem D nuggets are popcorn and tree shaped with thick braids of dark-orange pistils mixed in, while a crystal trichome layer cements the buds together. These crystal trichomes give the buds a deceptive denseness, as considerable force breaks a tiny bud into a large pile of herb.
Reviews of Chem D say the experience brings a range of whatever the user desires, and can't easily be defined due to an infinite amount of possibilities. This potent hybrid reportedly enhances whatever the current state of the user is in. A happy and playful person might experience a fun, more euphoric high, while a musician might experience an enhanced jam session. The beauty of a strain like this, is that many say it can help make any and everything more enjoyable. Users report a trippy euphoria, complimented by a clear and lucid brain, totally capable of entering the flow of the universe. Coordination and motivation are reportedly enhanced, making this hybrid popular among artists and athletes who need to get in the zone. Very few potent strains parallel Chem D in the reported ability to remain sharp and stay productive and stimulated. Simultaneously, users report a euphoric bliss and an analgesic, narcotic-like easing of the pain and tension in muscles and joints that comes as the cannabinoids and terpenes have fully run their course. Some say they have been searching heavily for strains like Chem D as tools to help deal with chronic arthritis, cramps, inflammation, migraines, and depression. Technically, Chem D is slightly Indica-dominant, but users mostly report a powerful Sativa-like euphoria. The lesson is that this heavy hybrid packs a punch on both the body and mind, making it an extremely versatile hybrid that is appreciated by users in the morning as well as at night.