Updated: May 28
Lemon Do-Si-Dos from Columbia Care is a heavy Indica-dominant hybrid that crosses with OG Kush Breath and Face Off OG. Light green dense buds are glistening with white trichomes accented by orange pistils throughout. The terpene profile of Lemon Do-Si-Dos is primarily limonene, which gives the flower its strong citrus aroma. Other terpenes include caryophyllene, which gives way to a signature peppery profile inherited from the GSC genetics, and linalool for small hints of floral fragrances, both adding to slight earthy aromas. This Indica is known for its relaxing euphoric high, that has been used medicinally for stress, anxiety, depression, pain, and insomnia relief.
Strain Type: Indica Dominant Hybrid (70% Indica - 30% Sativa)
Product Type: Flower
Lineage: OGKB x Face Off OG
Flavor: Smooth/Light Bitter
Medicinal Uses: Stress/Depression/Pain/Anxiety/Insomnia
Negative Effects: Dry Mouth/Dry Eyes
Club Twenty After's Opinion
We wasted no time initiating our first encounter with Lemon Do-Si-Dos from Columbia Care. Breaking it up in the grinder was a bit sticky, and good reason why. The flower was very dense, slightly sticky, and not too over-manicured or dried out. The aromas released from the ground nug pieces in the grinder is refreshing. The limonene terpene profile really stands out in this Indica dominant strain. There is a slight undertone of earthy scents, but the citrus smell from the limonene is what really dominates the senses touched by this fragrant strain.
Using our organic king size rolling papers for the best flavor results, surprisingly, this flower strain has a nice smooth draw that leaves a slight after taste of pepper with no harsh flavors that are usually present with other lemon flavor strains. The effects are best described as a heavy, but nice relaxing head-to-toe euphoric high. Intensity was perfect in our case and seemed to become more of an in-the-zone feeling than an intense buzz feeling. If you have a much higher THC tolerance, this Indica strain would provide the much needed effects while still maintaining the focus you need. Lower tolerances may want to take it easy at first. Heavy Indica strains can produce anxious side effects for some people who have lower tolerances. This can make you feel a bit uneasy at first until the initial effects start to level out. Fortunately, as with most Indica dominant strains, relaxation, sleepiness, and hunger are the most noticeable side effects that seem to be more positive than negative.
Overall, we give this Indica-dominant hybrid strain from Columbia Care a job well done in producing a balanced Indica that provides a heavy.