Dankwoods Clementine Descriptions
Dankwoods Clementine was created by Crockett Family Farms, who was the same group that created Chocolope. So what is this Clementine you may ask; It is a sweet, citrus-flavored Sativa hybrid that combines Tangie with Lemon Skunk genetics. Lemon Skunk was created by combining two skunk phenotypes with particularly strong lemony, citrusy flavors, and the Lemon skunk genetics that is very present in the Clementine strain. This strain took 2nd place for the Best Sativa Concentrate in the 2015 Cannabis Cup in Michigan, due to its concentrated live resin from the Crocket Family Farms. cannabis testing lab Analytical 360 has measured samples of Dankwoods Clemetine to have as much as 27% THC.
The Clementine strain is distinguished by impressively large flowers that taper down from their bases into pointed, almost conical buds. These elongated flowers have characteristically Sativa bud structure, in which the thin leaves clings closely to their central stems. Its leaves are yellowish-green and are threaded through with brown pistils. The 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 Dankwoods Clemetine 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 emit a certain pungency when burnt; as such, smokers trying to remain discreet should take the necessary precautions. When you come across anything like this, you should know what you have in hand is a CLEMENTINE LoL.
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Clementine’s high takes hold quickly, although it doesn’t have the cerebral intensity that comes with some other sativas. Rather, smokers may feel more perceptive and attuned to their surroundings. As they taper down from the peak of the high, smokers may also find themselves attaching their attention to abstract concepts and engaging in creative thinking and problem-solving. Clementine also works with more mundane activities like running errands or cleaning the house. A slight sense of physical relaxation and decreased tension can pull users down to earth in the event that they’re overpowered by recursive, cerebral thinking. A classic wake-and-bake strain, Dankwoods Clemetine may not be the best flower to smoke just before bedtime, as it can leave users alert or overstimulated.
Growers (for whoever wishes to grow) should also properly cure their flowers to preserve Dankwoods Clementine’s unique citrus flavor. Curing involves first hanging buds upside down by the stem for about a week in conditions with 50% humidity and 70-degree temperatures. Once stems snap off of the flowers easily, buds can then be sealed in airtight jars in ambient humidity of 60-65% and a temperature of around 70 degrees. While they cure, the buds should be checked at least daily for a week for signs of mold.