Chemdawg 91

Chemdawg 91

4.5| 105 Reviews

Strain Highlights

Much like many other members of the Chemdawg line, the origins of Chemdawg 91 are shrouded in mystery. Rumor has it that the lineage was first cultivated by the illustrious East Coast breeder who also goes by the name of Chemdawg, and some speculate it descends from a Thai landrace strain. Chemdawg 91 is thought to be an offshoot of the original Chemdawg strain, and the numerical addition of “91” is believed to reference the year the strain first came into existence.

Some growers believe Chemdawg 91 to be a cross between Chemdawg and Skunk, which may explain its particularly pungent aroma. In true family spirit, this hybrid has a very strong diesel smell with a piney-lemon aftertaste. Most Chemdawg 91 crops tend to lean sativa, though you may find indica variants on some dispensary and retail shelves. Consumers should expect a cerebral buzz from this strain.

 

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Strain Attributes

Happy
Euphoric
Uplifted
Relaxed
Energetic
Pain
Stress
Depression
Insomnia
Nausea
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Headache
Paranoid

Strain Data

Parents of Chemdawg 91

Flavors

  • 1. Pungent
  • 2. Earthy
  • 3. Diesel

Review Highlights

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“One of my top 10, love the musky lemon aged socks dipped lightly in diesel and rubbed on a skunk funk. Funked, Chunked, and gunked. Always brings the gunk to the grinder, stickiest of the ickiest, divinity to infinity, the buzz has legs and goes the distance. Happy mellow high with a punch of light body stone. Reminds me of Sour D and Kush mixed into 0ne. Higher doses give the silly willys n get ya lost in obliv...”

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“I was surprised by how much I liked this strain, as at first glance it looked a dull green color and the buds appeared too light and airy. However, once I broke open a nug, I was satisfied with its' sticky texture and strong odor. Smoking this provided a very nice euphoric feeling and a light lemon taste. The label lists the terpenes as follows: Myrcene: 2.723 mg Caryophyllene: 4.519 mg Humulene: 1.556”

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