THC levels are high in this indica strain, topping 21% in some tests. CBD contents, meanwhile, are much lower, less than 1%. It’s not clear where this indica-dominant strain came from, or what its parents were, or even how much of it is indica and how much sativa. But the effects follow the indica genes, producing a spacey, sleepy effect that induces deep relaxation. Super Lemon Skunk is an effective medical choice for patients who want to relieve chronic pain and alleviate insomnia. It’s less effective for patients who need CBD treatment, including those with seizure disorders. This strain has a sweet lemony flavor, with a similar smell. The real selling point of Super Lemon Skunk, though, is its potency, with a high that can last as long as four hours. Side effects are largely unknown, though it’s a safe bet that dry mouth is among them. This strain is sold in at least one Colorado medical marijuana dispensary, but it could be difficult to find in other parts of the country. It’s probably more common on the medical market than the black market.
Kief refers to the resin glands which contain the terpenes and cannabinoids that make cannabis so unique. While marijuana sans Kief still contains cannabinoids, the resin glands that develop on flower buds pack the biggest punch.