What effects does Lemonberry have?
What does Lemonberry mean?
The Lemon Berry strain or Lemonberry strain is trichome-coated and best known for its scent and flavors, which are incredibly reminiscent of blueberry muffins slathered in a lemon spread.
Lemonberry, sometimes called the Berry Lemons strain or the Berry Lemon strain, smells like fresh blueberry muffins covered in a coating of lemon-butter. Reviewers note it emits lemon berry dank vapes.
What does Lemonberry smell like?
As a sativa-dominant hybrid, side-effects from Lemonberry may include anxiety, feelings of panic, or paranoia. Some users report lightheadedness or dizziness.
This strain’s name of Lemonberry references its scent and taste as well as its heritage, being a cross between Lemon Thai and Dabney Blue.
Some have experienced the giggles which could be fun for social occasions, while others have explained that they’ve used it to help manage pain, cramps, depression, and fatigue.
Lab data shows it can reach THC percentages in the mid-20’s.
This cannabis plant leans slightly to the sativa side (60% sativa/40% indica). Lemonberry’s buds smell like fresh blueberry muffins slathered in lemon spread, and the smoke tastes like caramelized blueberries and lemons. Lab data shows it can reach THC percentages in the mid-20's. Lemonberry…
Its invigorating effects should hint that it is best used in the morning or early afternoon. Using it at night, however, can lead to users staying awake for hours instead of falling asleep.
Lemonberry exhibits the typical qualities of a Sativa-leaning strain. It is tall with a lanky frame. In all likelihood, its branches and stalks will sway when blown over by a light breeze. Strong winds, however, might possibly snap it in half. Because of this, it will need to be supported using trellises or nets.
It has a soothing physical buzz, also induced by its high levels of psychoactive compounds, releases the body from pain and aches. It eases the muscles, kneading it into tranquility. One of the best ways to use Lemonberry is right before a meal. It encourages a hearty appetite that helps patients with eating disorders that have difficulty enjoying a meal due to cramps in the stomach. Thus, its relaxing properties are also a source of great reprieve.
Lemonberry has a fruity terpene profile. Crushing and combusting it releases its blend of lemons and berries. It produces a tangy smoke that bursts in the mouth with added flavors of blueberries. Complementing the sweetness is a hint of earthy and herbs that leave a spicy aftertaste on the exhale.
With that said, harvest usually comes around the second to last week of October. Growers can extend it by a week or two to increase turnout. Regardless, each plant is expected to produce at least 600 grams of buds. Keeping it safe against harsh weather such as heavy rains or the frost is also necessary. Otherwise, it might die overnight.
To create it, the breeders used Lemon Thai as a base. It is a stimulating strain with a head high that inspires creativity. The breeders later complemented its lemony profile with the berry taste of Dabney Blue, resulting in the tantalizing Lemonberry which boasts a blueberry muffin flavor with a hint of lemons.
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Terpenes are just as important as any other cannabinoids. It not only brings flavor but also invigorates the mind and body, especially when it has a fruity profile with a tangy hint. A whiff of lemons, for example, is enough to enliven the senses. The same holds true for Lemonberry.
Lemonberry Strain uplifts the mood while Of course, the energizing buzz is only to be expected of the Sativa-leaning strain with a potent THC level of 18% to 22%. Read our full strain review for all info.