Lemon Thai is a sativa strain that is great for creativity and energy. It is a cross between Thai and a Hawaiian landrace strain. Its Thai genetics produce a very cerebral effect and thought provoking high. Lemon Thai strain, as the name suggests, smells strikingly similar to lemon juice. The THC percentage varies greatly depending on growing conditions, usually between 10% and 22% .
Creative types will love the effects of Lemon Thai, as this hybrid brings feelings of inspiration and focus to the mind. The origin of this strain is limited, as it’s unclear the ratio of sativa to indica as well as the true parentage. Dutch Flowers crossed a Thai sativa with a mystery Hawaiian strain to get Lemon Thai, a choice that’s potent and delicious.
Lemon Thai boasts a nice level of THC with batches averaging around 20%. Buds are long and tend to be a lighter shade of green, with an aroma that’s enticing and potent. An overwhelming smell of sour lemon meets slightly earthy mint notes to create both a scent and taste that’s appreciated by nearly everyone. Some users even describe a slight tingling sensation on their tongue after exhaling this magical strain.
You’d think that with potent THC levels, Lemon Thai might knock you out and render you less than useful. In fact, quite the opposite is true, as this strain is known for its ability to make users super focused, energetic, and extremely happy. The cerebral high can also impart the desire for introspection and thoughtfulness, offering you a chance to think about what’s important in life. Keep in mind that this strain may not be the best choice for newer users or those with a lower tolerance – using too much may lead to couchlock or paranoia.
Individuals plagued by medical concerns, including glaucoma, pain, or lack of appetite can all benefit from Lemon Thai. Where it truly shines, however, is with its ability to relieve depression and stress from those who overthink and worry. Leaving you clear-headed and calm, this strain allows users to go about their normal day without feeling weighed down. As with many strains, a lot of users tend to report red eyes and a dry mouth when smoking Lemon Thai.
Growers who are looking for a cash crop will hit it big with Lemon Thai, as it’s a plant that produces an exceptionally high yield. Thriving in warm sunshine, it’s pretty easy to grow with even a limited knowledge of cultivation techniques. It has an average flowering cycle of 8 to 9 weeks, although some sources report that it’s best to wait longer into the 11 to 13 week range.
Ideal for daytime use when you want to dial in your mental focus, Lemon Thai is a delicious strain that clears your head and makes you feel great. Use it daily for stress relief or when you need a moment of time to get in touch with your innermost thoughts.