The Lemon Cake strain AKA Lemon Pound Cake, Lemon Cheesecake, and Lemon Cheese deserves as many names as it has. A number of other strains are also called lemon cake. The aroma of the strain makes it no wonder it is named all of those names mentioned above.
Below will cover a strain that so many people want as a dessert as it truly delivers a delicious experience.
Strain Lineage Of Lemon Cake Marijuana
Lemon Cake strain is a Sativa-dominant hybrid of a phenotype of Cheese and Lemon Skunk. Cheese has won a number of awards and has stood the test of time.
The sour taste is classic along with a skunky taste that is found in so many strains. Expect to be relaxed along with extremely uplifted when smoking this strain.
Skunk #1 is a staple in marijuana as it has been around for decades. The two phenotypes in this strain has a citrus-dominated flavor/aroma which is why the result is named Lemon Skunk. Getting seeds from Heavyweight Seeds is recommended if you want the best crop possible.
Look into the lineage when you purchase strains at the dispensary. Mislabeling can occur and some strains have the same nicknames.
Strain Yield To Expect When Growing Lemon Cake Weed
Growing Lemon Cake strain outdoors is recommended but you can grow it indoors. Concealing the smell can be an issue due to the Skunk lineage. Outdoors you can expect around 24 ounces per plant with indoor grows getting less.
Flowering Period Length Of Lemon Cake
Expect the flowering period to be to last 60 to 70 days. Bright orange hairs will be present in the healthy green color. The trichomes frost the strain in an impressive manner.
Waiting to harvest can have negative effects on potency and change the effects a strain offers. Waiting too late can also impact the terpene profile. Lemon Cake is a strain that you need to focus on curing correctly as its taste and aroma are two big positives for this strain.
THC Percentage To Expect From Lemon Cake Strain
Lemon Cake tops out at around 25 percent THC. The last thing anyone wants is to underestimate this strain due to the flavor and smell of it being so fruity. You should probably avoid this strain if you tend to get paranoid when smoking marijuana.
You will feel full of mental energy when you first exhale and then will relax. Wake and baking with this strain is something some people recommend. Getting your chores done after smoking this can actually be an enjoyable thing to do.
Don’t consume too much of this if you have too many plans as it can be a bit overwhelming.
Smell And Flavor Of Lemon Cake Weed Strain
Expect a sour citrus flavor mixed with cheese. The aroma is the real attraction when combined with the taste is oddly identical to lemon cheesecake. Vaping this strain is recommended to enjoy all the strain has to offer.
Expect the terpenes to include Limonene, Myrcene, and Caryophyllene.
Limonene helps a person that has high stress levels and anxiety associated with this strain.
Myrcene is the definition of calming both the mind and body. The flavor is a bit earthy though.
Caryophyllene has been compared to black pepper in terms of flavor and can help reduce pain.
Medical Conditions Lemon Cake Strain Can Help
Lemon Cake is a strain that people are not going to smoke before going to bed. The strain can be used for the following medical conditions:
- Chronic Stress
- Minor Aches & Pains
- Chronic Fatigue
- Mood Swings
Lemon Cake Seeds
Lemon Cake seeds are available but it is important to note it is illegal to ship cannabis seeds. Get your seeds from a nursery or dispensary as this is a far safer option.
Final Thoughts On The Lemon Cake Pot Strain
Lemon Cake strain is going to be available at your dispensary at one point or another. You just have to remind yourself that it could be going by a different name.
Use this strain next time you are finding trouble motivating yourself to do chores or other boring tasks to make them enjoyable.