Inheriting the best traits of parent strains Lemon Skunk and Cookies & Cream, Lemon Creamsicle’s delicious citrus aroma and pungent flavours will keep you coming back for more. This sativa strain by Freddy Fuego is as pleasing to the eye as it is to the your taste buds and is often used to treat nausea and anxiety.Lemon Creamsicle strain
The Lemon Creamsicle strain cannabis strain has a sweet but earthy and pungent aroma with some light citrus notes that are sometimes difficult to notice at the beginning. The hybrid has a very dank and potent smell that is almost impossible not to recognize. Once you open your bag with the Larry Cake marijuana strain, its distinct and strong whiff will fill the room within seconds.
As for the flavor, it’s actually quite strong and pungent. The hybrid comes with a woody but sweet flavor that feels very nice on the palate When smoking Master Kush, you’ll definitely taste some citrus and earthy notes, which is pretty much how the strain smells.
Lemon Creamsicle strain is also a great medicinal marijuana strain; its main use is for relieving anxiety and stress. Given its powerful indica genetics, the strain may be ideal for those looking for perfect relaxation in the evening. Moreover, the hybrid may be extremely effective in terms of treating a range of sleeping disorders, including insomnia. Thanks to its pain-relieving properties, the Larry Cake marijuana strain can help you manage chronic pain, headaches, and migraines. Additionally, this indica-dominant bud gives the user a strong feeling of munchies, which can be useful when it comes to stimulating appetite, especially for medical patients suffering from bulimia, anorexia, or other eating disorders. On top of that, Lemon Creamsicle weed is recommended for helping with depression, PTSD and chronic stress.
Effects: relaxation, sleepiness, happiness, euphoria, uplifted mood, creative vibe, dry eyes, dry mouth
May Relieve: depression, stress, insomnia, lack of appetite, pain, anxiety, nausea
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