Clementine strain is an awesome creation from the team at Crockett Family Farms. It is a Sativa-dominant hybrid that is 70% Sativa and 30% Indica, so it displays many of the powerful and uplifting Sativa effects one might expect.
Beautiful to look at and delightfully smooth on the toke, this strain is loaded with powerful sensory engagement. Its terpene profile makes it a fantastic strain to treat all manner of conditions, and it’s an award-winning strain.
It won second place in the Best Sativa category at the 2015 Cannabis Cup.
Read on to learn all about its history, profile, and growing information.
Clementine is a brilliant cross between an award-winning Lemon Skunk phenotype and Tangie Dream. This means that there are some famous and powerful strains within its family tree.
The most iconic of these are Skunk #1 and Citrus Skunk, both of which are seriously dense and powerful smoking experiences. As such, it’s no surprise that Clementine can also rock your socks off.
Clementine was created by the farmers at Crockett Family Farms, who are based in Central Coast, California.
Clementine is a visual delight to look at, with its dense buds of olive and forest greens dancing beautifully with the purple tones throughout.
The orange pistils seem subtle but shine brightly when put under light. The leaves and buds are true ‘sugar leaves’, as the coating of milky white trichomes makes them look almost completely white.
Packed with a strong orange citrus flavor, this bud is incredible to smoke. The punchy sweetness of the citrus, with hints of lemon, is complemented by a cheeky diesel undertone and refreshing pine notes.
Smoking Clementine is truly a sensory delight, light enough to keep active but powerful enough to draw in the senses and keep you wanting more.
The powerful and consuming citruses of the flavor are also dominant with the aromatics of this train. The combination of sweet citrus, sharp lemon, earthy pine and sour diesel creates a dense but highly aromatic smoke.
The THC content of Clementine typically ranges between 17-19%, making it not too overwhelming but still packing some power. The strain also contains small amounts of CBG at around 1%.
Terpinolene is the dominant terpene in Clementine, and it has a vast array of potential medical benefits. It is known for its antioxidant properties, it has natural antiseptic, antifungal and antibacterial properties.
It also has strong sedative effects and works as a mild central nervous system depressant.
Caryophyllene is quite unique in that it can directly activate cannabinoid receptors in the brain. It works as a treatment for both physical and mental discomfort.
Many strains with high levels are being used in the treatment of anxiety, chronic pain, and fatigue.
Myrcene brings earthy aromas to the nose and can be found in nature in lemongrass and thyme. Myrcene has strong anti-inflammatory and sedative effects that allow it to treat a number of chronic pain and sleep-related issues.
Strain Effects & Side Effects
Clementine exhibits the effects one would usually expect from such a Sativa heavy strain. Users feel uplifted, energized,
focused, and creative, whilst they are able to find a relaxed peace of mind and create calm even amongst the storm of the mind.
Many felt a general improvement in mood and a more balanced state of mind. After consuming, you may find a rapid increase in your desire to eat, so keep something nearby to save raiding the kitchen.
The engaging head high can be overtaken by a heavy body high upon heavy or extended consumption. These can leave you stuck to the couch or struggling to wake up from an unexpected afternoon nap.
Some users also reported feelings of anxiety and paranoia, though this is often down to not respecting one’s tolerance. Go slow if you’re not an experienced smoker to ensure you only experience the positive effects of the strain.
Due to the strain’s loaded terpene profile, there are numerous potential medical benefits to be found. The elevated mindset allows for suffers from chronic stress, anxiety, or depression to shake off the black dog from their shoulders.
Those with social anxiety or who get nervous around others may find that these worries are greatly eased and conversation is flowing.
The body effects also make it a fantastic strain for dealing with physical discomfort, as it can help reduce muscle spasms and works well as a strong painkiller.
Those struggling to sleep can help themselves to Slumberland with a heavy dose in the evening. Clementine also greatly aids in the improvement of appetite, so if you’re struggling to eat, this is a great strain.
Strain Grow Info
Clementine can be grown indoors or outdoors, though it requires a warm and slightly humid climate to thrive outdoors.
The plants can grow up to 6 feet and have bushy lateral branches, so they can take up quite a lot of space. It is regarded as a moderately easy strain to grow as it’s quite resistant to disease and bugs.
You can buy these seeds directly from the creators at Crockett Family Farms. We advise that you carefully check your local and state laws regarding purchasing seeds online before you attempt to purchase.
Strain Flowering Time
Clementine typically has a flowering time of around 8 – 9 weeks. When grown outdoors, farmers should look to harvest the trees around the middle of October.
Cultivating Clementine indoors should yield growers around 16 ounces per meter squared. Those braving the challenge of the elements by growing outdoors can expect a hefty return of 18 ounces per plant.
Clementine is like a work of art, stunning visually and something that makes you search deep inside for a sense of perspective. The engaging and uplifting head high will keep you focused, curious, and highly creative.
Forgot your worries as mind and body are soothed by this deliciously sensory experience.
The colors of the buds are fantastic, with the greens, purples, and oranges completely coated in sugary trichome goodness.
The aromatics and flavors combine sweet and punchy citrus with floral and sour notes for a delightfully refreshing smoke. Use Clementine to aid a variety of physical ailments as well as find focus, determination, and peace of mind.
A highly recommended strain, particularly for those seeking creative drive, with many consumers using this as their go-to ‘wake’n’bake’ strain.
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