Clementine is a energizing sativa-dominant strain that is made by crossing Tangie with Lemon Skunk. This strain is loved for its sweet taste and citrus aroma. Leafly users say Clementine is perfect for a wake and bake or activating your third eye to increase your focus.
Clementine has won awards including the best sativa concentrate in 2015.
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Oh my darlin’, oh my darlin’, Clementine is a sativa-leaning hybrid with uniquely mellow effects.
Created by Crockett Family Farms, the same collective who gave us Chocolope, Clementine stimulates unconventional thinking, tempered out by a subtle body high. It is a potent combination of Tangie and Lemon Skunk that boasts citrus, pine, and diesel scents. A concentrated wax preparation of Clementine won the title of Second Best Sativa concentrate in the 2015 High Times Cannabis Cup. Cannabis testing lab Analytical 360 has measured samples of Clementine to have as much as 27% THC.
Clementine is distinguished by impressively large flowers that taper down from their bases into pointed, almost conical buds. The elongated flowers have a characteristically sativa bud structure, in which the thin and fluffy leaves cling loosely to their central stems. Leaves themselves are a yellowish green and are threaded through with brown pistils. Cloudy, translucent trichomes give these buds a slightly white tint and make them very difficult to break up without the use of a grinder. When properly cured, flowers of Clementine have a sweet citrus aroma. Lemon and orange notes blend with the rich scent of pine. Breaking open or grinding the buds yields more of a diesel odor. Clementine burns with a smooth, lung-expanding smoke. On the exhale, this smoke leaves behind the faintly chemical taste of lemon-scented cleaning products. Although it doesn’t have much of a hashy, skunky smell, Clementine stills emits a certain pungency when burnt; as such, smokers trying to remain discreet should take the necessary precautions.
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