Chem’s Sister

Strain ratings
Strain Overview
Seed Type
THC Content
18 - 27%
Citrus, pine, sweet, chemical
Flowering Period
9 – 10 weeks
Warm climate
Growing Difficulty
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Strain Information

Also known as “Chemdawg A” and “Chem Sis”, Chem’s Sister was created by mixing the classic Chemdawg and Magnum Auto. With its powerful smashes, it is not recommended for novice smokers. It is more suitable for medicinal purposes due to its award-winning strength.

Chem’s Sister was first introduced way back in 1996 as “Chemdawg A”. It continued to be exceptional until it won third place as “Best Medical Hybrid” in High Times’ Cannabis Cup, making its parents, brothers and other sisters proud. 

It produces plants with saggy stems due to the abundance of buds. These buds are colored mint green, surrounded with white hairs that darken in time. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Chem’s Sister?

Chem’s Sister gives a taste of citrus with pine which is overpowered by the chemical smell if smoked for a long time. After two to three puffs, its euphoric buzz starts waving from the temples which slink down to the body. It envelops the mind in bliss and embraces the muscles with a satisfying, soothing feeling. It removes any worries about the world which is eventually replaced by heightened focus and creativity.

What are the Medical Benefits of Chem’s Sister?

With the uplifting disposition it brings with each puff, it is no doubt that Chem’s Sister is prescribed to anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder patients. It also relieves pain, not only physically, but also internally. Aside from headaches, migraines, and body pains, it can aid in relieving aches in the gastrointestinal tract. Side effects of cancer chemotherapy are also swept away, as well as eating disorders due to its ability to stimulate hunger.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Chem’s Sister

Its award-winning painkiller effects can also cause pain to the user in the form of headaches, vertigo or migraine. It can cause cottonmouth and dry eyes in the earlier stages of smoking. In the prolonged stages, it increases anxiety and paranoia.

How to grow Chem’s Sister? Some information and Tips

Contrary to its potent effects, Chem’s sister is such a princess. It is sensitive to mold and mildew so investing in a ventilation system to control humidity is recommended. To increase trichome production, utilize the Screen of Green or SCROG method.