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About Lemon Marmalade
Take a break from the mundane with this incredibly potent strain by Platinum Extracts. Lemon Marmalade is a perfectly balanced blend that gives users a bold high that will have you bounding through waves of energy and excitement and eventually into the clouds as you drift off to sleep.
This bud took home the top prize for Best BHO-THC at the 2015 Dope Cup in Seattle and champions a 25% THC level on average. Not only is this strain strong, it’s extremely tasty as well. It has an enticing flavor profile mixed with lemon, pine, and sweet fruits and aromas that include diesel and lemon zest. These olive green nugs have purple leaves, amber hairs, and sticky resin, and are bred from Deadhead OG and Cookie Dough - a select phenotype of Girl Scout Cookies - in Washington State.
A high like this is not for the faint of heart. In fact, it’s probably not for inexperienced users in general. It first hits with a one-two punch, energizing users and turning on creative juices that can last for hours. Once those effects begin to fade they are quickly replaced by a haziness that leaves you tingly all over and ready for a long night’s rest. You’ll feel a warmth overtake you from head to toe in lovely, calming rushes. These effects can be literally boundless and compound over time even if you have smoked a very small amount, so enjoy this bud when you don’t have anything important going on.
Insomnia and stress are two of the main ailments that Lemon Marmalade is great for relieving symptoms of. Because it is a strong sedative and has a high THC content, you’ll find yourself upbeat and energetic before slipping into an unmovable slumber. Some users also find this bud to be helpful with mild pain and eye pressure. This strain can induce anxiety and paranoia fairly easily and is not recommended for beginner or even intermediate users. She’s best smoked in the late afternoon or early evening as it does give you a burst of energy before completely tranquilizing you.
Novice growers may find this plant hard to get going and even harder to keep alive. Therefore it is considered suitable for mid-level growers and above. Lemon Marmalade has a flowering time of 8 to 10 weeks and can be cultivated indoors or out.
For a cerebral rush that doesn’t quit and a full body buzz that moves you into the best night’s sleep you’ve had in a while, try Lemon Marmalade. The effects may hook you, but it will be the flavors that keep you reaching for this insanely tasty bud. Enjoy it alone or with friends - just make sure you have a pillow close by.