Lemon O.G. Green Place Amsterdam. Cannabis Strain Review.

Strain. Lemon O.G. Green Place Amsterdam.

Lemon O.G

Appearance. Yellowing greens with nice calyx formations. Loads of wispy brow hairs criss cross all over the bud structure. A fair amount of trichomes, lots of trimmy bits which i’m not too happy about, one bit is the bottom of a bud with the whole stalk and the main cola taken off, which really shouldn’t be acceptable, granted they don’t know im a medical patient, but every customer deserves to get bud when they pay for it.

 

Aroma. Smells fantastic, really piny like alpine fresh kind of smell, earthy and pungent lows with piny high tones, smells very nice. I used to dislike the piny strains but grew to love them after a few strains from California which came out really piny, Mango Kush a close friend of mine grew outdoors in northern California and the jilly bean from harborside San Jose.

 

Flavour. Very heavy and pungent pine. Even more then the smell, really tasty. Earthy lows and pine and alpine highs with a hint of fruitiness. Tastes delicious.

 

Effects. Nice and mellow, not racy and somewhere between the body and the mind. Relatively good for pain but better flavour then effects.

 

Comments. A nice recreational smoke, okay for medicine but there are strains out there which are definitely better. the amount of trim was really bad!  just look at the amount there was in a 2gram bag.

too much trim

 

Clark French.

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About clarkfrench

Diagnosed with MS on the 19th of August 2010 I have started Bloging to raise awareness for MS and cannabis in general. I have some great friends and family and have had lots of support from local MS charities. I have had articles written about me in a local and national papers, national news websites and conducted various radio interviews on BBC radio and private radio stations. I appeared on national television for channel 4 and the BBC. I want to help other people who have MS I want them to realise how much difference cannabis can have to their life.

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