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Review Simba Seeds Lemon Haze!

Review Simba Seeds Lemon Haze!

Bred from the holy joining of Amnesia Haze and Lemon Skunk, Lemon Haze will give you the wake and bake you need for a productive day.

This baby produces a Sativa-dominant hit of citrus flavours that will leave your friends begging for more.

So best invest in multiple seeds if you’re looking for that lemony high in your life.

Lemon Haze was tested by noted Cannabis lab, Cannabis 360. They found psychoactivity levels between a respectable 12% and the mind-blowing 25%. 

Right, so now that we know we’re dealing with a proper diva, let’s talk about how the lady grows.

Growing Lemon Haze

She might be a diva when she’s smoked, but she’s not a prima donna when she’s growing.

In good conditions, your feminized seeds can be grown outdoors as well as inside. 

Although if you’re planting them in the garden, you’ll need a semi-humid climate with temps of between 20-26C. If it gets cold, bring it indoors and buy a setup

Your girl wants to stretch her arms, so make sure she has enough space. Trellising is also a good idea to keep her from falling over after she produces her buds.

Lemon Haze is known to have a medium flower yield, but if you put some love and care into her upbringing she’ll reward you.

You should start getting flowers around 8-10 weeks, and pinching during the vegetative stages will ensure you harvest enough bud to share with those friends we mentioned before.

Effects and Uses

At the end of the day, it’s the high that most people are talking about. Lemon Haze is known for provoking creativity through enhanced external stimuli. That’s fancy talk for seeing and hearing some cool sh*t.

But be cautious if you have panic attacks, because this can be quite intense. Many reviewers suggest NOT using this stain at night because of her energising effects.

Interestingly, this strain is starting to show promise in medical cannabis applications, as it helps with both pain relief, depression, and even attention deficit disorders. 

If you’re interested in growing it yourself, purchase your own feminized Simba Seeds Lemon Haze today.

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