Lemon Kush Headband

Lemon Kush Headband Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
19% - 23
400 - 550 grams per square meter (indoor); 800 grams per plant (outdoor)
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
60 - 65 days
Warm, Humid, Mediterranean
Growing Difficulty
80 - 130 cm
Tropical, Pungent, Woody

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Lemon Kush Headband Marijuana Seeds Information

This is a three-way cross that was developed by Humboldt Seed Organization. This hybrid strain is composed of OG Original, Super Bud, and Headband. The outcome is an energetic plant with a stunning display of color, size, smell and, most importantly, flavor. Its light green buds are dense and covered with reddish-purple leaves. It’s a groovy choice for experienced users.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Lemon Kush Headband?

The zesty blend of oil and citrus fruit touches the smelling sense. The flavor is consists of the sour taste of ripe fruit, exotic wood, and oil. Its effects are intense and long-lasting. It can uplift your spirit with its cerebral high throughout the day.

What are the Medical Benefits of Lemon Kush Headband?

This strain can be an analgesic, so it can lessen the suffering of patients. They can be relieved of general pain and aches, as well as glaucoma. It releases the tension from experiencing fatigue, and it can work as an appetite booster. It can be recommended for people who need to have a healthy diet.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Lemon Kush Headband

Dehydration is expected when smoking weed. Therefore, smokers have dry mouth and irritated eyes.

How to Grow Lemon Kush Headband?

Though it can be grown outdoors, it will thrive well indoors. SCROG method is good for this breed specifically in the flowering stage as its structure needs support, so trellis comes handy. It’s energetic and has a strong resistance to molds at the same time. Growers who live in an area with short summer or cold climate can cultivate this strain well.

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