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Hybrid Cd Chemdawg
Out of 646 ratings:
/ 4 Outstanding
Reviews:
353

Highlights

Chemdawg has developed quite the name for itself over the years. Between its mysterious origin, ambiguous genetics, and the plethora of successful crosses the strain has produced, Chemdawg has practically secured itself a permanent place in the cannabis hall of fame. The original source of powerhouse strains like Sour Diesel and OG Kush, Chemdawg is known for its distinct, diesel-like aroma. Pungent and sharp, you’ll be able to smell this hybrid from a mile away. 

Cannabis newbies be warned: Chemdawg tends to be very potent. Depending on grow conditions, this strain tends to have THC levels of 15-20%. Consumers can expect to have a very cerebral experience, coupled with a strong heavy-bodied feeling. 

 

Strain Attributes

  • Flavors
Chemdawg has the following taste and smell flavor profile:
  • Effects
  • Medical
  • Negatives
Chemdawg makes patients feel:
Creative
Euphoric
Happy
Relaxed
Uplifted
Chemdawg helps patients relieve:
Depression
Insomnia
Nausea
Pain
Stress
Used to help with: Anxiety, ADD/ADHD, Migraines, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder
Unfortunately, patients may experience:
Dizzy
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Headache
Paranoid

Chemdawg Availability

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Anonymous -- 6/19/2010
"The Chem-dizle is such a nice stone. It was just me and my girl chillin at home tonight. We prepared food for a little shindig we're havin tomorrow night. We had such a nice time c..." Read more
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Anonymous -- 11/21/2014
"Best place I've found been doing this legal stuff about two yrs I've had 2 dispensaries up and close one got raided wasn't legal won't have this prob here very professional very po..." Read more
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Chemdawg Genetics Information

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By: Anna Wilcox 10/15/2014
Looking for strains covered in trichomes? To help you find some strains that deliver the best kief, we’ve created this handy little list of 10 trichome-heavy strains.
By: Anna Wilcox 10/10/2014
Ever wonder what those tiny, sticky crystals that cover cannabis flowers are? Well, we’ve got an answer for you: kief (also known as dry sift or pollen).

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