Lemon Cane is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain (60%Sativa/40%Indica) with medium-sized nugs that are light green in color and covered in a thick layer of trichomes. Lemon Cane strain is sweet but not overpowering, and it tastes like lemons with just a hint of spice on the exhale. Cerebral or heady in nature, with a few different physical effects on the body as well. It can also help with nausea, depression, and anxiety.
Lemon Cane Strain Info:
The lineage is a cross between Lemon Peel and Do-Si-Dos marijuana strains cultivated by Archive seed bank.
Buds are slightly elongated and have a tapered shape, with a resinous and sticky texture. The leaves have a yellowish-green hue and can be covered in a dusting of white trichomes resin and orange hairs.
TASTE / SMELL:
Very citrusy and pungent aroma. Tends to be more like lemon than anything else. The smell is so strong that it can fill up an entire room within minutes of being smoked! Lemon Cane weed has a nice combination of lemon and pine flavors on the inhale, but it’s not overpowering. On the exhale, you’ll get a smooth finish that’s almost creamy in texture
Lemon Cane Strain Effects?
The mind effects of Lemon Cane weed include increased creativity, euphoria and happiness. It can also help you to focus on tasks at hand while keeping you energized. This bud can also cause paranoia or anxiety in some cases—though this is rare unless you’ve got some pre-existing anxiety issues or are using too much at once. Dry eyes and dry mouth are negative side effect so have some eye drops and drinks ready.
Helps relieve minor aches and chronic pains in the body without causing any additional stress or anxiety that might come along with using other forms of medication. These are suggestions and are not intended as professional medical advice.
Fast-growing plant that you can cultivate indoors or outdoors. It will grow up to 6 feet tall and has a 3 foot spread. Make sure that you provide ample amounts of water and light, as well as regular pruning and trimming. Lemon Cane strain flowering time is 8-9 weeks with outdoor harvest coming in mid October. Growing marijuana indoors yields sixteen ounces per square meter with an outdoor yield of upwards of eighteen ounces per plant. Once you’ve harvested your plant, let it dry for about two weeks before storing it in an airtight container (such as a mason jar) in a cool place away from direct sunlight for up to a month. We advise consulting the cannabis community for more grow tips.