Yo, what’s the dealio, it’s your boy Dan, and today we’re talking about the Sour Lemon OG strain. You know how it is, sometimes you just need something to get you going, and that’s where this bad boy comes in.
So check it – this strain is a sativa-dominant hybrid (65% sativa/35% indica) that’s a cross between California Sour and Lemon OG. And let me tell you, it’s got a flavor that’ll make your taste buds dance. Think citrus, lemon, lime, sour, and sweet all rolled into one.
But it’s not just about the taste, this strain has some serious benefits too. It’s great for chronic pain, depression, migraines, and stress. And when I say it hits you fast, I mean it. It’s like a shot of strong espresso straight to the dome.
The plant itself is easy to grow both indoors and outdoors and perfect for beginners. You’ll be waiting around 10 to 11 weeks for it to flower, but trust me when I say it’s worth the wait. This strain produces some heavy yields, with an estimated 10 to 12 ounces per square meter.
And if you’re looking to get your hands on some seeds for this strain, then Homegrown has got you covered.
Now let’s talk about the nitty-gritty details of Sour Lemon OG. This strain hits you with an electrifying cerebral buzz that’ll have you feeling like you’re on top of the world. You might experience a headrush at first, but once you settle into the high, your mind will be moving a mile a minute.
It’s perfect for completing detailed tasks or working on creative projects since it promotes mental clarity and sharp focus. And don’t worry about feeling too sedated either – with minimal indica heritage, the effects of Sour Lemon OG won’t leave you glued to the couch.
The aroma of this strain is just as good as the taste – sour with hints of lime, lemon, and apple. And when you burn it, the smoke gives off a sharp, heavy feeling that’ll tickle your palate and sinuses. On the exhale? A sweet lemon flavor that’ll leave you coming back for more.
The buds themselves are small to medium-sized with a tapered formation similar to miniature pinecones. The internal structure is dense and solid with small, tightly-curled leaves that are pale sea green in color. Plus, they’ve got copper-colored pistils and a high volume of white trichomes that give them their potency.
But what about growing this strain? Like I said earlier, it’s easy to handle for beginners both indoors and outdoors. When grown outside, it thrives in sunny climates with the flowering stage kicking in between the third and fourth weeks of October. Each plant can yield up to 12 ounces of bud or more.
And when it comes to medicinal benefits? Sour Lemon OG is an excellent choice for improving mood and focus while relieving stress. It can also be helpful for those dealing with mental health issues like depression and anxiety or physical discomfort like temporary or chronic pain.
Of course, like any cannabis strain, there are some potential side effects to keep in mind like dry eyes or throat or feeling dizzy or paranoid if you over-consume.
Overall though? Sour Lemon OG is one of my top picks for an all-around great strain that hits fast and keeps you going all day long. So why not give it a try and see for yourself?