Chemdawg is one of the legendary strains that has complicated genetic history. Its origin is so complicated. Some say it was crossed from Nepal and Thai, others say it’s just from Colorado. Whatever the origin, at the moment Chemdawg is one of the leading cannabis strains in the U.S market. This is because of its unique upbeat and taste, and high energy. Its THC content ranges between 15% and 21%.
The plant’s buds are medium sized and are slightly different from other hybrid indicas. Its flowers are loose and leaves are wispy. Leaves are covered by sticky white trichomes making the buds to have a silver-white appearance. Due to the combination of resinous texture and loose structure, it makes it difficult for one to break the chemdawg’s hand using a bare hand. The flowers of this bread have red orange pistils. If flowers are properly cured, the smoke when inhaled tastes sour. If exhaled the smoke betrays the diesel like signature which has an ammoniac tang.
The strain hits quickly, sometimes two to three puffs you’re in control of everything. Smokers experience sharpening of their senses and hyper-awareness of the surrounding increases. In the right set and dosage, the disoriented head becomes more useful. It can lead to exuberant conversation. Also its amplifying of sensory experiences capabilities makes it one of the best strains when it comes to creativity. Some users report that the strain has a palpable physical relaxation sense. If one’s struggling with stress, depression, migraines, anxiety, chronic pain and PTSD, Chemdawg the natural remedy. Due to its mental focus and potency, the strain has a capacity to trigger a recursive thinking which can lead into paranoia. Therefore, you’re advised to regulate the intake.
The strain suits experienced growers. Seeds or clones can be used to grow it. Mostly it’s grown indoors rather than outdoors. Also it requires proper tending for it to resist mildew and mold. Growing indoors needs a lot of care because the breed has the capacity to exceed 5 feet, therefore farmers need to prune and bend it now and again to keep them in a manageable height. At 8 to 9 weeks the flower is ready for the harvest. And you should expect a harvest of 60 to 80 grams per a square foot.