Clementine is a hybrid strain of cannabis that is a combination of Lemon Skunk and Tangie. The buds of Clementine are visually appealing with deep purple hues, golden pistils, and a deep green color. Despite its appearance, Clementine is a balanced hybrid strain with a relatively high THC level in the mid to high 20’s. It is often described as a great strain for wake-and-bake, as it can enhance mood and energy while also providing relaxation for tense muscles. Unlike some hybrids, Clementine does not produce a spacey or heady high, but instead helps with focus and awareness. Many medical consumers use Clementine to manage symptoms of ADD, ADHD, depression, and anxiety. The terpene profile of Clementine is dominated by terpinolene, which creates a citrusy scent similar to limonene.
Cannabinoid Lab Data:
– THC: 24-27%
– CBD: 0.19%
– CBN: 0.27%
– THC-A: 30.53%
– THCV: <0.1% - Δ8-THC: 0.01% - CBDV: <0.1% - CBD-A: 0.06% - CBC: 0.03% - CBG: <0.01% - CBG-A: 1.42% Terpene Lab Data: - Terpinolene: 0.98% - Beta Caryophyllene: 0.42% - Beta Myrcene: 0.12% - Alpha Humulene: 0.02% - Limonene: <0.01% - Linalool: <0.01% - Alpha Pinene: <0.01%
My Review of the Clementine Strain:
As someone who has recently experienced the Clementine strain, I must say it was an absolutely invigorating smoke. Upon inhalation, a surge of citrusy and tropical flavors engulfed my senses, leaving a tangy and refreshing taste on my tongue. The uplifting and energizing effects were remarkable, instantly boosting my mood and creativity to new heights. It offered a cerebral high that stimulated my mind, allowing me to focus on tasks and engage in conversations with heightened clarity and enthusiasm. The pleasant aroma wafting through the air added a delightful element to the overall experience. Overall, smoking Clementine was an exhilarating and refreshing journey that I would highly recommend to those seeking a productive and uplifting cannabis experience.