Easily one of the most popular strains available, Chemdawg is a hybrid flower that is well known for its distinct gas-like or diesel aroma. This West Coast classic is constantly sought out for it’s extreme potency – Chemdawg’s strength alone indefinitely secures its place in the cannabis history books. The demand for this dank strain is constantly outweighing the supply, making it a truly coveted strain. The lack of availability of this strain only boosts its reputation as a rare and heavily longed-for flower.
PRICING FOR CHEMDAWG IS AS FOLLOWING:
Chemdawg: An Exotic West Coast Classic
Chemdawg is an exotic strain hailing from the West Coast, and is well-known for its distinct gas-like or diesel aroma. This strain is highly sought-after for its extreme potency, and due to the high demand, Chemdawg is increasingly becoming a rare and coveted flower.
The exact parentage of this strain is still unknown, however, it is known that Chemdawg is the ancestor of strains such as Sour Diesel and OG Kush. Chemdawg is a hybrid strain that produces an average of 22-27% THC, and is known for its intense and long-lasting high. The initial euphoria will quickly transition into a sedating and relaxing body high, which helps to alleviate any general aches and pains. The uplifting effects of the strain are also great for combating stress, depression, and insomnia.
Chemdawg flowers are beautifully unique and are generally cone-shaped and dense. These tightly packed buds are covered in a thick layer of white trichomes and a few orange pistils. Its pungent and diesel aroma is able to fill a room within seconds of opening the bag. As for flavour, it is similar to its relatives with a deliciously pungent and diesel taste that is accompanied by earthy undertones.
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