The difference between indica and sativa strains sets apart how you want to get high. Do you want to become relaxed and sleepy, or do you want some energy and productivity? If you chose the second option, then you’re a fan of Sativa strains. Indica strains are good, too, but there’s another time to talk about those. Let’s talk about this Sativa strain, Lemon Haze, right here.
As you know, Lemon Haze is a Sativa strain. It is very popular, and there are reasons for this. First off, its two parent strains, Silver Haze, and Lemon Skunk, are quite potent. Lemon Skunk is very pungent, giving Lemon Haze part of its name and reputation, while Silver Haze contributes to the sativa effects (and name as well).
Not only is Lemon Haze a very popular strain, but it is also very well-rounded. By that I mean it is sort of an all-purpose strain. Sure, it is a Sativa strain, but it can be used at nighttime. It can also be used to help treat many medical conditions (check below). If you are not sure what you are looking for in a strain or just want to get high, then Lemon Haze might be a good choice.
Compared to most other strains, the effects of Lemon Haze are said to last very long. In addition, the high is known to creep up on you, and slowly take effect. But once those effects are felt in full, you’ll be up in the sky. Lemon Haze offers many sativa effects that can keep you going, even after a long day. It can even relax your entire body, and let you wind down and just chill. Lemon Haze is best to be smoked during a wake and bake or in the afternoon (even after work), since it can keep you up for some hours. Check out the effects of Lemon Haze here:
So this strain is great for staying up and staying focused, but are there any negatives? Of course, there are, as with most other strains! Lemon Haze is known to leave its users with a very dry mouth. Also, if you smoke this strain late at night, expect to stay up for many hours. For some, this is no issue. But for those who need to wake up early, you may want to switch to an Indica strain.
While this strain offers excellent sativa effects, it also treats medical patients very well. As it keeps its users focused and uplifted, it can keep them away from thoughts of stress or depression. Also, if you have a hard time concentrating on certain tasks, smoke some Lemon Haze and it will help you stay right on track. And, of course, Lemon Haze acts as a great pain reliever. Here is a list of medical conditions that Lemon Haze can help to treat:
On the other hand, those who become easily paranoid or anxious, or even have a low tolerance to THC, should be cautious when smoking Lemon Haze. This strain is quite potent and will deliver heavy effects. If you tend to become more paranoid or anxious after smoking, then you may want to look for a strain that can help with that. A good strain to try for that would be Blue Dream. Click here to check out that strain.
Flavors and Scents
Can you guess what Lemon Haze smells/tastes like? I’ll give you a hint, it’s in the name. The lemony aroma can quickly fill the air after it is sparked up. It is also known to be quite refreshing, as well. Those who smoke Lemon Haze typically note that the smell alone makes the atmosphere seem better and more relaxed. Other aromas include citrus and sweet. As for the flavors, well, those are nice too. Smoke from Lemon Haze is said to enter and leave the lungs very smoothly, even a bit refreshing. When exhaling, you can even taste the lemony flavor of this strain.
So, what did you think about Lemon Haze? Does it sound like a strain that you’d want to try? Drop a comment down below! That’s all for this post. Thanks for reading, and happy smoking!
FAQ: Lemon Haze Review
A1. Yes, Lemon Haze is a Sativa dominant strain.
A2. Lemon Haze has been used to address stress, depression, and nausea. It is also said to be effective in managing pain and alleviating fatigue.
A3. Users experience an uplifting feeling of euphoria, along with increased talkativeness. This strain delivers an energizing head and body high along with a creative buzz.
A4. Some of the reported adverse effects associated with Lemon Haze include dry mouth, dry eyes, paranoia, and dizziness. It is important to consume this strain responsibly to avoid these negative side effects.