Lemon Skunk was generated by mixing two separate Skunk phenotypes that showed high levels of lemon characteristics. Lemon Skunk's DNA genetics were chosen from two different strains, with lemon zest and strong scent. The origins of mother skunk can be traced back to Vegas, while the father belongs to Holland. The Lemon Skunk strain can be grown easily and any level grower can produce it. It can be grown indoors and outdoors. Lemon Skunk can produce 600 grams/sq./meter.
You'll know it's affecting you when you feel an uplifting in your brain waves or stimulations, which sometimes leads to self-analyzing. Many describe it as stimulation for careful consideration or attention. Some consider it to be more thrilling and enthusiastic. Newbies might fall asleep after wearing off the initial mental stimulations.
Lemon Skunk is usually prescribed for the relieving pain in the daytime, like chronic migraines. Lemon skunk is a mood elevator, so it is used in anxiety, depression, and stress. The bud looks light green with thick orange hairs. Side effect includes dry mouth or dry eyes.
When to Harvest Lemon Skunk ‐ Flowering Time
The Lemon Skunk strain has a quick flowering time in comparison to other marijuana strains. You can expect it to flower within just 6 to 8 weeks. The Lemon Skunk strain is a larger plant and will typically grow over 78 inches tall! Lemon Skunk is a a high yield marijuana strain, producing between 3 and 6 oz of cannabis per square foot.
When smoked or converted into an edible form, the flavor of the Lemon Skunk strain is best described as Lemon, Skunk, and Citrus.
Lemon Skunk Strain Medicinal Benefits and Side Effects
Ancestry and DNA - Children of the Lemon Skunk Strain
Below you can find a list of strains which were bred from Lemon Skunk in an attempt to leverge it's medicinal properties and growing attributes.