Lemon Haze is a cross between the Silver Haze and Lemon Skunk strains, thanks to which it owes its lemony aroma. The Lemon Haze strain leaves a sweet, lemony taste in the mouth for a long time. It is a strong sativa that is not recommended for inexperienced users. The high caused by this strain is very euphoric and relaxing.
The Lemon Haze flowers are usually medium to large, and many consumers rave about their distinct shape and texture. The leaves are dense, with a somewhat ragged and fluffy appearance. Amber trichomes cover the tops, giving them a slightly yellow glow, and are responsible for the high psychoactivity.
When properly curried, Lemon has a strong citrus aroma; a hint of lemon is the dominant scent. Underneath is a spicy-herbal flavor note that fans of the parent strain Haze will almost certainly recognize. Surprisingly, LH has few distinct traits inherited from its other parent, the Lemon Skunk strain. When burned, Lemon produces a smooth smoke that tastes refreshingly herbal on the exhale, with distinct lemon notes.
Lemon Haze is said to be a delayed-ignition bomb, as you have to wait a few minutes before its effects are fully revealed. At first, consumers may feel a change in their perception of external stimuli, and some images or sounds may take on a new, psychedelic dimension. The increase in brain activity can lead to a desire for conversation and creativity.
Lemon Haze also stimulates action, so experienced users can perform daily tasks without difficulty. As time passes, however, one can feel the effects of gravity, which effectively sticks to the chair. Larger doses can lead to deep thoughts, allowing you to disconnect from your surroundings. This strain is best used in the evening, because if consumed at night, it can initially stimulate, making it definitely difficult to fall asleep.
The Lemon Haze strain is chosen by patients suffering from depression, stress and chronic pain. The high concentration of THC and low concentration of CBD can make some patients experience paranoia, so this sativa is not recommended for beginners and you should definitely start with low doses.