Despite the uncertainty, there is no denying Chemdawg’s impact on the cannabis community. This is evident in hallmark strains like Sour Diesel and OG Kush. Both of which have Chemdawg in their lineage.
Chemdawg is often used in breeding new phenotypes. Its distinct intoxicating aroma that fills a room with scents of lemon and pine is ideal for many strains. Chemdawg is super potent. One hit from Chemdawg and you can feel the effects.
What is Chemdawg?
Chemdawg has developed quite the name for itself over the years. Between its mysterious origin, ambiguous genetics, and the plethora of successful crosses the strain has produced, Chemdawg has practically secured itself a permanent place in the cannabis hall of fame. The original source of powerhouse strains like Sour Diesel and OG Kush, Chemdawg is known for its distinct, diesel-like aroma. Pungent and sharp, you’ll be able to smell this hybrid from a mile away.
Depending on grow conditions, this strain tends to have THC levels of 15-20%. Consumers can expect to have a very cerebral experience, coupled with a strong heavy-bodied feeling.
How The Chemdawg Strain May Affect You
Chemdawg is one of those marijuana strains that can really space you out for hours on end, only to snap back into reality and wonder how much time just past. What feels like hours is really a couple of minutes.
The Chem Dawg strain has such a pungent stench and gassy flavor profile… It’s both disgusting and phenomenal at the same time. It shares a very similar terpene profile to Sour Diesel, at least in my personal experience as a medical marijuana patient.
There are always very memorable smoke sessions with this strain. Great for managing mental disorders such as chronic stress, anxiety, PTSD, and migraines, the Chemdawg strain is becoming increasingly popular among medical marijuana patients in California, Colorado, and Washington state.