Super Lemon Haze Marijuana Strain Review

Super Lemon Haze Marijuana Strain Review

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Super Lemon Haze Strain Review

Strain Highlights

Super Lemon Haze is a popular cannabis strain that has won two Green House Seeds Cannabis Cup awards. Super Lemon Haze is known for its beautiful multicolored plant and the lemony taste. This is a sativa dominant strain that has an overall aroma that is tasted is a mix of the aromas and tastes of it’s parent plants Super Silver Haze and Lemon Skunk. This strain has the medicinal property of causing a highly energetic feel among smokers. Several puffs can make the smoker feel invigorated, lively, and uplifted. It’s great to use in conjunction with medical treatments that leave the patient feeling weak and lethargic. Anyone who suffers from any feelings of physical weakness, pain, or muscle related issues can find revitalizing relief with Super Lemon Haze.

Growth Information

Super Lemon Haze is best grown in a hydroponic system. This strain requires some extra care, so it’s not recommended for newbies. This strain flowers in a lengthy amount of about 10 weeks , though the strains makes up for this by delivering moderate to high yields. Super Lemon Haze can handle high levels of humidity during the flowering season, and is best grown in temperatures ranging from 68 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit.  There should be a lot of space between plants when growing to accommodate for its large buds. For healthy root growth roots require heavy levels of oxygen intake that crowded growth mediums just don’t provide.

Lineage

Super Lemon Haze is a sativa crossbreed strain made using popular hybrid strains Super Silver Haze and Lemon Skunk.

Flavor

The flavor is Super Lemon Haze stays very much true to the name. It has very lemony or citrus like overtones. The undertones of the strain are zesty but they’re not too sharp. There will be a tart aftertaste.  It’s flavor is reminiscent of like lemon candy.

 

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