Dankwoods lemon Tree
Firstly, Dankwoods lemon tree is a mix of 60% indica and 40% Sativa genes. And is the child of Lemon Skunk and The OG #18. This combination results in what is by far the most lemony of all the OG Kush crosses out there. It’s a good yielding plant with a high calyx-to-leaf ratio, which makes trimming that much faster.
Secondly, DNA Genetics, a popular seed company founded in 2004, bred the original Lemon tree by crossing a true Las Vegas Lemon Skunk cut with the OG #18 cut. What resulted was an abnormally high calyx to leaf ratio flower with an uncanny lemony fuel taste and smell. The strain’s THC profile makes it suitable for the medicinal patient and the recreational user
Medical users like the sedative effect of Dankwoods lemon tree hat helps with appetite and stress. Other uses include bipolar disorder, depression, PTSD, and OCD. People undergoing chemotherapy may appreciate the strain for relieving nausea and increasing appetite.
Recreational users rave about the quick-acting psychoactive effects. Some say that the smoke is clear and the strain offers relaxing. The uplifting, and creative experience that begs the user to go out and do something. One person reported that it was a good mid-day experience.
So, Lemon Tree originated decades ago as a unique cross of Lemon Skunk. And Sour Diesel whose caretakers worked to preserve its terpene profile, potency, and delicious flavor. After years of growing and tending the bud, Lemon Tree’s founders would deliver their precious strain to local dispensaries and patients, who all adored the euphoria Lemon Tree provided.
Therefore as regulations in California changed, they decided they wanted to put a name to the herb, and in 2014, Lemon Tree officially began. Offering their unique genetics in flower, concentrate, and vape cartridge form. Since their launch, they’ve expanded throughout northern California and are slowly reaching down to offer Lemon Tree to the cannabis connoisseur community.