Lemon Fuel Strain Review (Prod. Connected Cannabis Co.)
Connected Cannabis Co. is a California based brand that produces flower and operates five retail locations through their vertically integrated business. This brand prides itself on offering high-quality cannabis products in the form of flower and different kinds of cannabis concentrate like butane hash oil, CO2 and ethanol distillate, and rosin. The Lemon Fuel strain is cross between Chemdawg and Lemon OG, per Culture Magazine.
The eighth came packaged in a bag, which for me is in poor taste. Bags smash the flower, don’t seal properly, and aren’t recyclable — adding to the cannabis industry’s burgeoning litter problem. The cannabis itself is small round and fluffy nugs with two distinct shades of green a solid trichome shimmer. The flower has noticeable zesty lemon aromas.
The flower breaks down nice, sticky and fluffy, but not sticky enough to ruin a joint wrap. Notable lemon and floral flavors danced across my taste buds while burning through back-to-back bong bowls. But there was no heady sativa high that followed it like I would expect to form a Chemdawg offspring. The high was lackluster at best, even though the taste was wonderful. The packaging, presentation and overall experience were severely lacking from an eighth of weed that will run you over $40.
Lemon Fuel Overview
- Genetics: Chemdawg crossed with Lemon OG
- Aromatics: zesty lemons
- Flavor: floral, lemon
Lemon Fuel Soundtrack
- Porter Ray & Jake One – “Eye of the Beholder”
- Marshall Law Band – NOSTOS: A Hero’s Journey
- Freakout Festival Recap
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The Lemon Fuel strain is cross between Chemdawg and Lemon OG. This strain was cultivated by Connected Cannabis Co. out of California.
Strain of the Week: Lemon Fuel OG
September 14, 2018
I f there’s a tell-tale scent of cannabis, it’s the dank, heavy smell of fuel. To seasoned consumers, it’s not just a scent, but a sign of a strain that’s chock-full of power and potency. Lemon Fuel OG is a unique strain that offers strong cerebral effects but as a sativa-dominant hybrid, it’s strength is a major selling point.
Lemon Fuel OG’s roots stem from the ancestry of Chemdawg , which contains a “pungent and sharp gassy aroma” according to CULTURE reviewers. It’s also well-known for its dense structure, packed with trichomes that deftly treat conditions like chronic pain, depression and cancer patients. Lemon Fuel pulls from Chemdawg’s strength to create a strong, but uplifting strain. And the combination of gassy fuel with a pungent lemon aroma absolutely proves its potency.
Lemon Fuel OG often comes with an appealing exterior, often riddled with light-green leaves and tons of crystalline trichomes. When reviewers got their hands on this particular cut of strain, they found that in addition to a perfect cure, Lemon Fuel OG was also loaded with a beautiful, zesty terpene profile (especially after being ground up!) One dose of this strain will bring on a full body tingling effect, and many consumers have reported an increase in happiness and increased inspiration to be creative as well.
A strain like this one is ideal for patients looking to treat their anxiety and stress, and it’s also very helpful if there’s a need to induce hunger as well. It contains a decent balance of sativa and indica properties that will certainly lead to a happier, healthier you! Due to this strain’s reported potency, it isn’t the right choice for consumers who are new to the community—but it does have plenty of benefits for practiced consumers looking for a strong pick-me-up!
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Concentrate of the Week: Blueberry Kush CO2 Crumble
The threshold of springtime has officially begun, which means that we’re about to experience an abundance of good weather (rain or shine, it’s all good weather compared to snow) and plenty of blossoming fruit. Although the world is very different in 2020 versus years past, it won’t stop the progression of the seasons across the globe. Even in isolation, it’s difficult to not think about warm spring days and the freedom that comes with being able to frolic out in public—but, c’est la vie . For now, the best you can do to bring a little bit of that springtime feeling home is to try out a concentrate like Blueberry Kush CO2 Crumble .
Although it wasn’t confirmed who the authentic parent strains were of the Blueberry Kush concentrate sample that CULTURE reviewers received, it is likely that by breaking down the name, we can assume that Blueberry and OG Kush had something to do with it. Blueberry is a simple but epic strain that originally won the High Times Cannabis Cup in 2000 for best indica. Its name is undeniable when considered this strain’s tell-tale scent and flavor profile. OG Kush is equally legendary on a different scale. As a powerful hybrid, OG Kush offers part indica and sativa properties and has been included as a parent in numerous other strain varieties. Crossing the two strains created the wonderfully light and fruity Blueberry Kush that has strong, spice-infused aftertaste.
Of course, someone had the genius idea to turn that strain into a concentrate and thus, the Blueberry Kush CO2 Crumble was born. Created through the method of clean extraction, using additive and solvent-free methods to turn it into a delicate CO2 crumble. This dark amber substance has many uses in vape pens, atop bowls and in joints, as well as dabbing too. Complete with clean cannabinoids, this concentrate is perfect for those looking to wind down after a long day, or to help treat a handful of medical conditions and symptoms.
If there’s a tell-tale scent of cannabis, it’s the dank, heavy smell of fuel. To seasoned consumers, it’s not just a scent, but a sign of a strain that’s chock-