Original Lemon Pie

Original Lemon Pie Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
21% to 23%
Yield
500 to 600 grams per square meters indoors / 500 grams per plant outdoors
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
8 to 10 weeks
Climate
Warm, Sunny outdoors / High-temperature lighting indoors
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
70 cm to 100 cm
Flavors
Lemon, sweet, nutty, and diesel, with notes of the pungent aroma

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Original Lemon Pie Marijuana Seeds Information

Big Head Seeds crossed Amnesia Haze, Skunk #1, and an unknown cannabis strain, and this resulted in a super-strong cannabis strain, Original Lemon Pie. It has Sativa-leaning effects and offers huge buds with abundant resin production. On the other hand, Trippy Gorilla provides a potent marijuana experience with a staggering 25% to 28% THC content.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Original Lemon Pie?

A trippy psychedelic experience mixed with an energizing body high is expected to occur in smoking Original Lemon Pie. The potency of this potent cannabis strain offers an uplifting high that makes you want to dance, sing, and converse about deep topics — and that, full of smiles and giggles. It has an addicting sweet lemon, nutty, and spicy diesel flavors, with notes of pungent aroma.

What are the medical benefits of Original Lemon Pie?

This medical cannabis strain is highly beneficial for patients suffering from depression and anxiety as it uplifts the mood and cancels out negativities. Original Lemon Pie is effective in mitigating painful tensions such as headaches, migraines, PMS, and muscle spasms because of its high THC level.

What are the Negative Effects You Might Expect from Original Lemon Pie?

Keep yourself hydrated since cottonmouth and dry eyes will occur.

How to Grow Original Lemon Pie?

Original Lemon Pie responds well with nutrients and careful cropping and pruning. It can produce up to 450 grams to 550 grams of quality, resin-coated, dense buds.

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