Exotic Genetix took Lemon Skunk and mixed it with Cookies and Cream to make their Lemon Meringue strain. This version of Lemon Meringue is a gorgeous sativa-dominant cannabis strain with hints of gasoline, lemon, and nutty sweetness. This mix is one of the most desirable mixes for a sativa strain, as the sweet flavors serve to cut the chemical flavor sativas can get.
Other than being kingly in taste, Lemon Meringue offers some of the most desirable sativa effects. For a burst of focused energy, great for recording music or going on a run, look no further. Lemon Meringue is the strain that gets you out of bed in the morning, not the weed that keeps you on the couch. It’s an active strain for active people.
The terpenes active in this cultivar are, in order of concentration, Terpinolene, Caryophyllene, and Pinene. Terpinolene is fruity and thought to be behind some of the uplifting effects of cannabis. It’s not surprising that the Lemon Meringue strain is so rich in it. Caryophyllene is the peppery terpene which acts as a cannabinoid. Is has been found to have anti-inflammatory effects. Finally, Pinene is one of the terpenes traditionally considered sativa in quality.
Due to this, sensitive people should be careful with smoking too much of this particular strain. If you have a history of negative reactions to sativas, this strain will be more of the same. It can cause intense cerebral activity, and so can encourage anxiety or hallucinations in those with proclivities towards them.
Lemon Meringue by Avitas
For sativa-heads, these effects are nothing short of a blessing. The recognizable cylinder buds of Lemon Meringue are ideal for treating depression, pain, and migraines. Creatives will find relief from the powerful nature of this strain. It lights up the world, brings more motivation to the individual, and makes life seem even just a little bit better.
This strain can also potentially be an effective medicine for those looking for stress relief, pain relief, or something that otherwise allows them to be more motivated to deal with life. Seeds of the strain are incredibly hard to come across, but those who can come across them can expect Lemon Meringue to grow within 8-9 weeks.
A built-in fix, Lemon Meringue’s high crashes into a sleepy state after a few hours of work. It can potentially provide a solid option for those that suffer from depression and insomnia as it floods the user with energy only to gently cushion them down later in the day.
Find The Lemon Meringue Strain At Diamond Green
If you’re looking for a reliable cultivar of this strain you can place your bets on Avitas. They’re responsible for producing clean and potent cannabis whether they’re selling it as is, or extracting it. They bring a collective 20 years of experience in cultivating their cannabis products. You can pick up an eighth of their Lemon Meringue strain at our shop for $40.