Chemdawg Kush is a legendary popular strain. It represents the perfect balance of Sativa and Indica, characterized by a particularly strong effect. There is no accurate information about the origin of the variety. Among marijuana consumers, there is a perception that for the first time plants of this strain were bred by a single producer named Chemdog. However, this is apparently just a beautiful fairy tale. This is a hybrid with almost equal content of two types of cannabis (55% Indica and 45% Sativa). This ratio allows you to reveal the best sides of both and combine the relaxing effect with the euphoric state.
Chemdawg is a hybrid, but its parents are unknown. This gives an additional reason for rumors and urban legends that people create about it. The only noted side effect is the dryness of the mucous membranes of the eyes and mouth. This favorably distinguishes strain from many others. The average level of THC is 19%. This makes the cerebral and relaxing effect even stronger.
Even experienced consumers can not always cope with such a whirlwind of emotions, so beginners should be especially careful. Smoking this strain introduces a person initially to a state of mild euphoria and uplifting. Then you will feel the real Indica effect. The body becomes heavy, the mind falls into a trance, which is especially good for creating new interesting ideas.
Chemdawg AAAA is used to treat typical anxiety and depression. It also works well for headaches, PMS, and migraines. Chemdawg Kush does not have a pronounced taste. At the same time, the strain is distinguished by a strong smell of diesel, which immediately comes immediately after smoking. That is why this variety is better not to use in public places.
Most users like that this strain makes the body heavy and the mind light. This type is especially popular among users of medical cannabis, as it copes well with headaches and nausea.
Effects: Cerebral, Creative, Euphoria, Happy, Relaxing.
Flavors: Chemical, Diesel, Pine.
Helps with: Bipolar Disorder, Chronic Pain, Depression, Insomnia, Loss of Appetite, Migraines, Nausea, PTSD, Stress.