Chemdog 91

Chemdog 91

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
19% to 27%
Yield
15 ounces per square meter when indoors and 19 ounces per plant when outdoors
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Strain Information

Chemdog 91 is a member of the famous lineage of the Chemdog family. Its parents, however, are unknown, although some theorize that the “91” in its name refers to the year it was officially created. Its buds are average in size and very sticky. The flowers are brownish-green in color and are fully covered with trichomes.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Chemdog 91?

The Chemdog 91 strain has a dank and earthy smell. When combusted, it releases a particularly pungent flavor that tastes like diesel and chemical. The smoke is smooth, and hints of citrus and pine will be felt on exhale.

This strain provides an incredibly lifting high that starts with pressure behind the temples. It offers smokers that burst of euphoria and giggles, needed in gatherings with friends. Eventually, they will begin to feel relaxed. This strain allows them to kick their feet up in bliss after a stressful day at work.

What are the Medicinal Benefits of Chemdog 91?

Cancer patients are said to prefer this strain because it helps manage their nausea and can help combat their lack of appetite.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Chemdog 91?

Side effects from this strain can range from mild headaches, feelings of paranoia, and anxiety, especially when smokers consume it in higher doses. Other than that, the usual minor side effects of dry mouth and dry eyes will make a lot of people uncomfortable.

How to Grow Chemdog 91?

Chemdog 91 thrives in a sunny outdoor climate. The plant, however, creates buds that are incredibly fragrant, so growers should be mindful of this and set up odor elimination techniques to conceal from the neighbors. Chemdog 91 can also be grown indoors. With the appropriate care and attention, it should be ready for a hearty harvest after 9 to 10 weeks.