BLUE LEMON – INDICA
As you might imagine, flowers of Blue Lemon have a predominantly citrus aroma, with bright notes of lemon floating on top of some fruity, berry-like scents. A closer inspection may also pick up on some dank muskiness. Meanwhile, breaking apart or grinding up these flowers release more of a skunky tang, likely due to the influence of Skunk #1 in its lineage. When Blue Lemon is burnt in a pipe or a joint, it gives off a remarkably smooth and palatable smoke. On the exhale, this refreshing smoke tastes simultaneously sweet and sour.
Blue Lemon’s high is a bit of creeper and may take several minutes before revealing itself; impatient consumers may even increase their dosage as they wait for its effects to arrive. Eventually, the strain arrives with a palpable headrush that can cause some pressure around the temples and cheekbones — some smokers may also experience an increase in salivation. As these strange tics die down, users tend to find themselves sunk into a hazy, dreamy mindset. Certain visual or auditory stimuli may seem to take on a new intensity, resulting in phenomena like a flattening of depth perception (especially when it comes to mobile screens). This psychedelic vibe can be amplified with the help of an atmospheric soundtrack or a visually compelling movie. Alternatively, Blue Lemon’s high can be whiled away by daydreaming or chatting with likeminded (and similarly intoxicated) friends.
As time passes, this potent bud’s body high becomes harder and harder to ignore. Eyelids and extremities may feel weighed down in equal measure and can make smokers feel as if they’re walking through peanut butter when trying to exert themselves. While this drowsy state is tailor-made for a binge-watching session, it’s not quite as good for maintaining productivity on demanding tasks, meaning that busy or preoccupied consumers should budget their time accordingly. Because of its mostly lazy and soothing, properties, Blue Lemon is recommended for consumption during the evening or on a day off from work when it can be fully savored.