Black Lemon

Black Lemon Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
16 to 20%
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
63 days 
Outdoor and indoor
Growing Difficulty
Average to tall
Lemon, spicy, ammonia

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Black Lemon Marijuana Seeds Information

The champion of yields, Llimonet Haze meets the potent Afghani and gives birth to Black Lemon. This strain is a Sativa dominant weed offering bigger buds all loaded with potency. Highly suitable for daytime use, Black Lemon is a reflection of a versatile and stable marijuana strain that caught the eyes of many cannabis users. 

 What are the Flavor and Effects of Black Lemon? 

This cannabis strain offers simple yet refreshing flavors that many users loved. You will savor the distinct taste of lemon, mint, ammonia, with a spicy twist in every hit of Black Lemon. When it comes to its effect, Black Lemon is something you must undermine. Its effect is faster than other strain leaving you buzzed even after a few hits. It leaves you energetic and happy, creative and artistic; surely this weed is a real deal. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Black Lemon? 

People suffering from emotional ailments like depression and anxiety were advised to use Black Lemon. It also a good reliever of chronic pain, migraine, and headache. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Black Lemon. 

This weed plant has a high amount of THC, people with low tolerance may experience paranoia and dizziness especially with a large dose. Cottonmouth and dry eyes were also part of its adverse effects.

How to Grow Black Lemon? Some information and Tips

Easy to moderate to grow, Black Lemon grows both indoor and outdoor growing. It also thrives with other techniques like SOG and Greenhouse growing hence cultivators have many choices in growing Black Lemon. As this weed is typically stable and versatile, it offers you longer buds. Growers are advised to observe marijuana during vegetation as this weed grows medium to tall. Height control is sometimes needed for some Black Lemon weed plants.  

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