Lemon Sour Diesel Information:
Lemon Sour Diesel (L.S.D.) is an Indica-dominant strain, due to the highly psychedelic and cerebral high of the strain, named after a potent psychedelic drug.
“The pressure begins with an upbeat sense of happiness that can cloud the mind and leave some users totally confused and “mentally trapped.” In spite of the heavy cortical stimulation, some users claim to feel more creative or social after using L.S.D.
For Indica, this degree of mental stimulation is very unusual. Not unexpectedly, there are also usual body effects dependent on Indica in L.S.D. The strong body numbing is frequently observed by users 1 to 2 hours after ingestion, until most of the cerebral effects wear off. Cotton mouth, dry eyes, dizziness, headaches, and mild paranoia may be the harmful effects.
For others, this strain can be used to relieve mild to moderate chronic aches and pains at any time of day. To help cope with stress, anxiety, or depression, L.S.D. is also administered. In order to relieve insomnia, patients often use the strain, and a few choose it to help cure migraines.
A hybrid between a Mazar and a very old skunk type, Skunk #1, produced by Barney’s Farm, is L.S.D. Although this strain is not recommended for new growers, because it is resistant to many diseases and can be grown both outdoors and indoors, it is very easy to grow. L.S.D. can yield up to 650 grams per square meter with a long flowering period of between 65 and 78 days.The strain generally ends in April in the Southern hemisphere and October in the Northern hemisphere, seldom reaching 60 centimeters. This strain may have up to a 24 percent THC count.