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Every session of Chemmy Jones might as well be an anchor tied to my waist, pulling me far away from productivity and self-care. Ever been so stoned that grabbing the water bottle by your bed required too much effort? Ol’ Jonesy will take you there. I’m all for a stiff kick in the lungs, and I’m rarely scared off by an indica or potency, but the lesson has been learned: Chemmy Jones is too tough for me.
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Smell: Few strain aromas jump out of the jar like Chemmy Jones, with loud hits of gasoline and sharp pine, and a chalky, rubbery aroma akin to that of a pink eraser. Subtle floral notes with a spicy kick hang around at the end.
Effects: Don’t get cocky with Chemmy Jones. The initial feelings are euphoric and relaxing, but that slowly fades into unfocused sedation while increasing the appetite, which is a conflicting set of effects. The disorientation is just too strong for me. Medical benefits could include treating anxiety, depression, minor pain, eating and sleeping disorders, nausea and stress.
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Chemmy Jones actually hails from the United Kingdom, where Connoisseur Seeds created the buzzing hybrid. Some online descriptions call it a “functional” strain, but I strongly disagree. While cannabis strains can affect everyone differently, I’ve yet to come across a cut of ol’ Jonesy that doesn’t turn me and my friends into a gang of drooling buffoons. This combination of Casey Jones and Chemdawg phenotype Chemdawg D will send you on a stoned and disoriented adventure — or in my case, another one.
Home grower’s take: “It takes too long to flower (seventy days if you want to do it right), and it has lots of branches and lots of leaves. Don’t get me wrong, though: She’s a pretty tough plant, and can handle poorly insulated grows and minor temperature changes better than others. The high just fucks me up too much. Can’t focus, can’t think — I just don’t react well to it.”

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Chemmy Jones hails from the United Kingdom, where Connoisseur Seeds created the buzzing hybrid. Some online descriptions call it a “functional” strain, but I strongly disagree. This combination of Casey Jones and Chemdawg phenotype Chemdawg D will send you on a stoned and disoriented adventure — or in my case,…