Lemon Mints, also known as “The One,” is a slightly indica dominant hybrid strain (60% indica/40% sativa) created through crossing the classic Lemon Tree X Kush Mints strains. Looking for a super unique flavor? You’ve found it with Lemon Mints.
This bud packs a sour lemony citrus taste accented by rich nuttiness and a punch in the mouth of sharp mint. The aroma is just as vibrant, with a heavy minty overtone that’s accented by spicy sour citrus and a touch of earth.
The Lemon Mints high isn’t quite as bright as the flavor, with relaxing and giggly effects that will leave you unfocused and sedated for hours on end. You’ll feel a subtle boost of mental energy that’s accompanied by a heavy sense of physical sedation that leaves you fully couch-locked and pretty hungry at times.
You won’t be sedated in this state, but rather super lazy and really not willing to get up and move at all. Combine these effects with its high 24% THC level and 1-2% CBD level and you have the perfect recipe for treating appetite loss or nausea, depression, chronic stress, insomnia, chronic pain and mood swings.
This bud has dense long forest green nugs with bright orange hairs and a coating of frosty tiny white crystal trichomes. Lemon Mints is part of our Small Batch Exclusives, a collection of strains available in limited quantity and test high in THC content.
The Kush Mints strain has been proliferating the market as of late. It’s also already being used to fuel a bunch of different crosses like Orange Mints and the Lemon Mints strain. The combination of lemon and mint is a great flavor combination — look not further than mojitos and mint lemonade. Bringing a mint and lemon terpene profile into the cannabis market is a no brainier.
Kush Mints is a popular strain because it brings a unique terpene profile that is reminiscent of old and new school flavors. You get earthy and skunky notes on top of a minty sweetness that was made popular in cannabis by Girls Scout Cookies strains. Kush Mints has a terpene profile that likely includes peppery terpenes like caryophyllene or minty terpenes like ocimene.