The long cylindrical nuggets of Lemon Meringue can be distinguishable, along with its pungent scent that mimics its name, though it can have diesel or nutty undertones. It’s taste is on the creamier side, like an orange smoothie mixed with a hint of fresh earth.
Lemon Meringue’s lineage comes from crossing Lemon Skunk with Cookies and Cream, and these two strong strains created a sativa that doesn’t disappoint.
Effects have been described by many reviewers as highly energetic, sometimes creating the sudden need for physical activity. Motivation may peak and creativity might enhance, so some that have tried this strain have done so before engaging in their creative hobbies at home. Reviewers have claimed they’ve used it to help with fatigue, depression, and even headaches.
THC levels average around the low 20’s and this strain has a higher-than-average amount of CBG in it as well. Dominant terpenes include Caryophyllene, Limonene, and Linalool.