You might be surprised to learn Chemdawg’s genetics have inspired strains such as Sour Diesel and OG Kush. Its potency is well famed, with the average THC level of 20-25%. The strongest effect has been reported to be full-body relaxation, with long lasting effect. If you’re a grower, the average yield for bud is 25-30 grams per plant, and requires a moderate amount of fertilizer, with a flowering period of roughly 63 days.
Nuggets can be bright, almost acid green, with plenty of the fuzzy orange hairs and glittering trichomes. Other batches, however, have shown as having dark purple leaves throughout. They tend to be dense and a little sticky, but break apart just fine in a grinder.
Some users suggest Chemdawg for strong relief from symptoms of PTSD, or for those who really need a chill day. Try it in a vaporizer for high-impact with less of the skunk-stink combustion would produce. Nerve tension, stress, and depression should all melt away when you try a few hits of Chemdawg. It’s said to be a very smooth ride, with no heavy coughing or instant dry mouth. Some have felt it to unleash the floodgates for emotions, but that’s likely due to its tension-busting abilities. If you’re the type of person who could stand to open up a little, ease the way with this strain.
The smoke produces a very socially charged high, perfect for hanging out with friends or enjoying a nature date with a significant other. It can be head-clearing, so enjoy a space of time free from paranoia and anxiety. Great booster for creative crunches, so light up before tackling a project you’ve been stuck on for a while. A bit on the funnier side, one user reviews Chemdawg, “[this strain] makes me eat like a baby dinosaur… I don’t even chew.” So, grab your favorite snack, settle in, and remember to chew thoroughly (if you can)!
image: Ry Prichard, The Cannabist