Information about Clementine:
Clementine is a mellow yellow sativa dominant hybrid that deserved its reputation as one of the fruitiest and most enjoyable sativa hybrids around today. This strain is ideal for medical, as well as recreational use, especially since it is energy-boosting and wont make you feel sluggish and couch locked.
Clementine is a slightly more sativa hybrid that is uplifting and reenergizing, due to its effects but also its aroma. This strain was created by Crockett Family Farms, and is the direct result of a Tangie being crossed with Lemon Skunk, creating a cerebrally stimulating and physically motivating hybrid.
This citrus plant deserved its win of the second place Best Sativa price during the 2015 High Times Cannabis Cup, and is popular for its medium to high THC levels. Clementine grows into a tall plant with elongated flowers that produce tightly wound buds that taste and smell lemony and pleasant.
Information about Clementine:
|ORIGIN||Tangie mixed with Lemon Skunk|
|EFFECTS||happy – 10
energetic – 9
euphoric – 8
creative – 8
relaxed – 8
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||anxious – 10
dry mouth – 6
headache – 5
dry eyes – 2
dizzy – 1
|FRAGRANCE||citrus, earthy, spicy, sweet|
|FLAVORS||lemon, sour, citrus, orange, sweet|
|MEDICAL||stress – 10
pain – 7
depression – 5
lack of appetite – 5
fatigue – 4
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||8-9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||mid October|
|THC CONTENT %||17%-19%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||40% / 60%|
|INDOOR YIELD||11oz/ m2|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||15oz/ plant|
|CLIMATE||warm and dry Mediterranean outdoor climate|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||resistant to common molds and mildew|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Clementine has some very fun effects that can leave you feeling stimulated from head to toe. This balanced hybrid represents both the relaxing effects of its indica genetics, as well as the powerful reenergizing effects it has inherited from its prominent sativa lineage.
This strain is ideal for daytime use, and is preferred by consumers who like to stay active while enjoying their high. Clementine will encourage you to feel more optimistic, and will make you want to share your positivity with everyone around you, making you feel happy and inspired.
Clementine can create sudden bursts of euphoria that will be even more pronounced due to the uncontrollable giggles that will ensue while smoking this variant. If you like to spend your time on being creative, this is a good option for you as it can make your ideas more colorful and unique.
Clementine is cerebrally stimulating in so many ways. This strain practically reeks of lemon, which will further highlight its uplifting effects, making you feel awake. A certain earthiness and spice can also be noticed in its effects, with a certain citrus sweetness hanging in the air.
Clementine’s flavors contain a wide array of generally sour and sweet tones. This hybrid has a smoke that tastes creamy and lemony on the inhale, with its exhale leaving a strong sweet orange taste on your tongue, even long after you have exhaled.
Clementine can be quite strong, and its uplifting and energizing effects can often feel like they are too much to handle, especially for less experienced smokers. This strain can make novices especially feel very anxious and unsettled.
Other side effects you may experience on this strain include a dry mouth, and sometimes even a bit of a lingering headache. Clementine can make your eyes feel dry and irritated, and in very rare occasions, you may suffer from some mild dizzy spells, especially with higher doses.
Clementine is very popular as a medicinal plant, as it can be used during the daytime, due to its energizing effects. This strain can be a powerful stress-buster, allowing those who suffer from chronic stress to clear their minds of their worries, while staying alert and active.
This sativa dominant hybrid can be used to treat an array of pain conditions, and is especially effective in treating migraines, muscle spasms and joint aches. Clementine can help patients who suffer from depression, by making the weight on their shoulder feel less heavy.
Clementine can induce a healthier appetite, especially for patients who have undergone chemical treatments that leave them feeling nauseated. A lot of patients prefer this strain as their wake and bake smoke, because it is a great way to combat fatigue, allowing them to start the day with lots of energy.
Clementine is an easy choice for both veteran growers and novices, as it is not a fussy plant and can produce high yields as long as it is exposed to warmth and sunlight. It does like some humidity, and can grow quite tall, so a little trimming and pruning is always welcome for this flower.
Clementine grown indoors can be expected to yield and average of about 11 ounces of bud per square meter planted. Indoors, this hybrid can take up to 9 weeks to flower and be ready for a harvest.
Growing this plant outdoors can yield an average of about 15 ounces of bud per plant. Clementine should be ready for a harvest around the middle of October.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Clementine? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.
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