~ Lemon Icing has more than one set of genetics listed online depending on the source. I believe the correct genetics are 70% Sativa dominate created by Lemon Haze x Afghani. But as usual, patients are left guessing. Online one cultivation lists three terp quantification for this strain, Limonene 0.553, Myrcene 0.2871 and Caryophyllene 0.281 but no genetic history.
~ The look rates 9 out of 10. This eighth of an ounce is 2, yes only 2, buds. The large of the two is plum sized. It has multiple shades of green from camo green to a bright lime. There are also veins of eggplant purple present. I found one seed pod, but it was empty. Three seed were found total.
~ The smell rates 9 out of 10. This is one of the more terpy of flowers that I have seen from NSM. The aroma of lemon is powerfully pungent and something to be proud of. The scent of Myrecene is present and is combined with a mild skunkiness.
~ The cure rates 9 out of 10. There are many amber colored tricombs on this sample! I think the people’s messages are getting to the cultivators. Also passed the freshness squeeze test. It is blanked in the first of tricombs.
~ The taste rates 9 out 10. I wrapped a half gram dose in an OCB Virgin paper. The flavors of Limonene and Myrcene are delightful. I do pick up subtle hints of cedar. The name of this sample is completely accurate. Its a sweet citrus ride for the tongue.
~ The effect rates 9 out of 10. Let me warn you: this is a sativa powerhouse to my endocannabanoid system. I got a clearing of my mental fog that sharpened my focus. I’m afraid patients my want to be cautious with this strain in large doses. I think one would become over observant with this strain. It treats pain by distraction and will be a product I look for in the future.
~ Overall Lemon Icing rates 9 out of 10. This is an awesome medication in AMCO’s High Opinion.