Lemoncello, otherwise called “Lemoncello” and “Lemonchello 28,” is an even half-breed cannabis strain made by intersection The Original Lemonade and Cherry Pie. This strain produces conservative green and purple buds with orange hairs and a thick layer of sap.
With a superb flavor profile of lemon and cherry with fresh citrus hints, Lemonchello 28 leaves purchasers feeling smooth and loose.
Sativa Dominant Hybrid – 80% Sativa/20% Indica
Limoncello, otherwise called “Limon Cello,” is a sativa predominant crossover strain (80% sativa/20% indica) made through the intersection of the tasty The Original Lemonade X Cherry Pie strains. Known for its very substantial high and scrumptious flavor, Limoncello is darling by raisers and patients the same, bringing home the High Times’ Cannabis Cup gold award in both 2008 and 2009 for Best Sativa.
When you experience it’s overjoyed and lifting high, you’ll before long acknowledge why. This bud packs an undeniable degree of liveliness that is ideal for getting you up and up when you just can’t get moving or when you feel like you’d prefer to roll up in your covers.
The high goes ahead quick and hard with gliding happiness that supports the spirits and implants you with a jubilant sense that can leave you chuckling now and again.
With these impacts and its genuinely high 15-25% normal THC level, Limoncello is frequently picked to treat those experiencing conditions like ongoing pressure or nervousness, sadness or emotional episodes, irritation, and persistent pressure.
This bud has a very brilliant harsh lemony flavor with traces of new cherry and berry upon breath out. The smell is basically the same, with a slight bit of sharp grittiness to it, as well.
Limoncello buds have fat larger than usual and weighty tightened nugs with slim orange hairs and a covering of little cold smooth white gem trichomes.
Effects of Lemonchello-
66% of people report feeling happy
50% of people report feeling relaxed
50% of people report feeling euphoric
11% of people report feeling anxious
8% of people report feeling dry eyes
2% of people report feeling dizzy
16% of people say it helps with anxiety
11% of people say it helps with depression
5% of people say it helps with fatigue