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Thai Landrace x Hawaiian Landrace

Lemon Thai Strain

Lemon Thai is very potent sativa dominant flower. It typically tests around 22% THC. Its popular cerebral, uplifting, and creative effects are a tribute to its Thai sativa lineage. Lemon Thai is a cross between Thailand Sativa and a Hawaiian strain. It is not only popular for its potency, but also for its unique lemon, lime, and minty flavor. Lemon Thai is great for recreational use and has a wide range of medical purposes. It is commonly used to help with anxiety, depression, loss of appetite, ADHD, migraines, and chronic pains.


medicinal use Anxiety


medicinal use Fatigue


medicinal use Pain



strain flavor Earthy

strain flavor Lemon


strain flavor Lime



strain effect Uplifted


strain effect Creative


strain effect Happy


Overview of Lemon Thai

Lemon Thai is a hybrid strain with varietals that can range from 50/50 to 60/40 sativa to indica. The ratio plays out nicely in Lemon Thaiā??s gorgeous nugs, which balance sativa elongation with indica density. Buds should be a light to medium sage green, with pale orange pistils smothered in a white blanket of trichomes. Lemon Thai can become quite dry when cured improperly, but quality buds deliver a pleasantly springy snap upon breaking open.

A major component of Lemon Thaiā??s appeal is its distinct aroma. At the forefront comes sweet, tangy, zesty lemonā??backed up by lime and finished off with a subtle herbal quality that may veer into mint. Some varieties emit a pungent skunky diesel note which many consumers covet.

Lemon Thai is known for its impressive potency. This cannabis strain regularly contains upwards of 20 percent THC, and some growers have managed to hit up to 25 percent. Lemon Thai is average on the CBD side, with CBD content hovering around 0.3 to 0.5 percent. Despite not winning any big-name awards, Lemon Thai is still a staple strain for many.Ā 

Potential Positive Effects of Lemon Thai

Lemon Thai is bound to please any sativa lover. The effects of this strain arenā??t complex, so expect a straightforward, happy high after partaking. Consumers looking for a creative boost will appreciate Lemon Thaiā??s highly cerebral effects, which inspire mental clarity and focus alongside mild euphoria. This strain is the perfect lead-up to exercise, but is equally suited to tasks that require mental energy. Sociable individuals love how Lemon Thai livens up social situations, and stimulates thought-provoking and/or hilarious conversation.

Potential Medical Effects of Lemon Thai

While its sativa effects are great for recreational use, Lemon Thai still has a wide range of medical uses. It is most commonly used in helping with anxiety and stress. This strain is also found to be useful in treating migraines, backaches, arthritis, depression, nausea, loss of appetite, and even ADHD. The focused and uplifting high is especially helpful to those suffering from depression.

Potential Negative Effects of Lemon Thai

Some of the common side effects of Lemon Thai are dry mouth and dry eyes, so make sure you have some water with you!

The Lineage of Lemon Thai

Lemon Thaiā??s parents are a Thai landrace strain and a mystery Hawaiian strain. Dutch Flowers bred Lemon Thai with the intention of creating an iconic, recognizable strain. Most people who try Lemon Thai would agree the company succeeded

Growing Lemon Thai

Lemon Thai famously produces high yields but needs a lot of space to thrive. Yet, it can still be successful in indoor and outdoor grows with a little know-how and the right set of tools. The main catch with growing Lemon Thai is its extended flowering time of 11 to 13 weeks. But, as any successful grower of Lemon Thai will tell you, the result is worth the wait.

Where to Find Lemon Thai

Lemon Thai is found commonly on the West Coast of the United States, as well as in Canada. Oregon is a particularly great place to score deals on Lemon Thai. Lemon Thai is more abundant in Oregon, Washington, and Canada, but you can still probably find some nearby!

DISCLAIMER: The content on this site is for reference purposes and is not intended to be a substitute for advice given by a health-care physician, pharmacist, or other licensed health-care professional. You should not use this information as advice for self-diagnosis or for treating a health problem or disease. Contact your health-care provider immediately if you suspect that you have a medical illness or problem. Information and statements regarding the consumption of cannabis or certain cannabinoids have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. Leafbuyer.com assumes no liability for inaccuracies or misstatements about health-related topics on this site.
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