All About Lemon Cake Cannabis Strain
Lemon Cake is a sweet and lemony strain that will leave your buds with a sour taste. This strain is beneficial in that it can help boost your mood and boost your energy. It is therefore ideal for day time use. Lemon Cake, sometimes referred to as Lemon Cheesecake is a Sativa plant that combines two clashing strains. The lowest THC content is 16%. However, some tests show THC content of 19% which makes it one of the most potent strains around. Lemon Cake has a low CBD content at 1%.
There are available strains of Lemon Cake. One was created by Heavyweight Seeds. This is a cross between Lemon Skunk and Cheese. The strain has a citrusy, earthly flavor profile with moderate THC levels. The other variant is by Moxie seeds. This Lemon Cake weed is a cross between the company’s Lemon OG and TGA Subcool’s Jesus OG. The strain has a strong citrus scent and earthy, sweet, spicy flavor profile.
The Effects of Lemon Cheesecake
While Lemon Cake is categorized as a Sativa, it has a wide range of effects that include:
The high takes effects quickly, resulting in a surge of energy. Some users will experience physical relaxation which leads to early mental effects which relieve stress. The strain can bring about an intractable couchlock which makes it ideal for use in the late afternoons and night. You will appreciate its slide from energy into relaxation
Lemon Cake is medically potent. It can help those with:
- Chronic Pain
- Appetite loss
Lemon Cake is a potent strain so you can expect such effects as dry eyes, cottonmouth and dizziness. If you have a low tolerance level, you could experience paranoia if you use it in high dosage.
Aroma and Taste
Lemon Cake has a strong citrus smell, undercut by a tang that it takes from its parent strain Cheese. When burnt, Lemon Cake burns with a cloud of acrid smoke that may be harsh on sinuses and lungs. On exhale, the smoke has a herbal taste.
Users claim that the best way to consume this strain is by smoking. This is because there is no combustion of paper or plant material so the taste is much purer. It produces a strident taste of sweet lemon with hues of pine and cheese.
Cultivating Lemon Cake is encouraging to the growers. The strain is unstoppable, delivering huge pistil coated colas on every internode. The expected yield is generous as you can harvest up to 25 ounces per plant. The mega yields also make the strain a safe bet for commercial breeders. Growing the Lemon Cheesecake is moderately easy. The average flowering time is 9 to 10 weeks.
You can buy Lemon Cake seeds from any of the numerous online sellers. The developers of this strain recommend indoor cultivation. However, you can also plant it outdoors. Outdoor growing requires a semi-humid climate. The plants reach a height of 2.6 to 4.6 feet indoors, and 4 to 6 feet when grown outdoors. Indoor plants can yield between 600 to 700 grams per square meter and 800 grams per plant outdoors. The flowers should be harvested in mid-October.
- The Lemon Cake weed tends to grow bushy with strong lateral branches. Ensure that you trim away any broad leaves that might hinder the penetration of light and air.
- The strain can produce a pungent smell. If you will be growing it indoors, take measures like carbon air filters or exhaust fans.
Lemon Cheesecake sprouts crystal-laden colas that are heavy. It is recommended that you add extra support to maintain the plant upright.
Wedding Cake or Lemon Tree Strain - which is better?
The effects that you are looking for will determine which one you find better. Wedding Cake is an Indica hybrid with relaxing and euphoric effects. Lemon Cake on the other hand is a Sativa kush that has a jolt of Sativa energy that melts into full-bodied relaxation. Both have a THC content of 25%.
What CBD ratio is in the Lemon Cake Strain?
Lemon Cake has a low CBD content that ranges between 0.23% and 1%.