Clementine is a delightfully aromatic sativa-based flower. Paying homage to its parent strains, Clementine’s flavor profile intermingled notes of citrus trees and lemon zest, creating a robust but elegant flavor that tantalizes the palette as the smoke grazes about your tongue. Upon exhale, this delicate bud leaves behind a subtle sour aftertaste reminiscent of its skunky origins.
With its sweet lemon and orange aromas inherited from its parent Tangie, Clementine averages THC content ranging around 19% - 23%. Its citrus profile is distinguished by its hallmark ability to linger on one’s taste buds long after consumption.
Notorious for its quick and potent high, Clementine is not recommended for beginner smokers as its high can be overwhelming for those not accustomed to high THC flowers. Many consumers report a jolt of energy that keeps them alert and awake, helping to counteract fatigue throughout the day. Similar to its parent strain Tangie, Clementine can give a sense of euphoria which can make it a good choice for those suffering from depression and anxiety.
In the grow room, Clementine can be easily identified by its dense sparkling trichomes and dark mustard-orange leaves. Clementine is a versatile and relatively easy plant to grow within about 8-10 weeks. Clementine can easily grow indoors or outside, preferring humid climates and temperature around 72-80 degrees Fahrenheit. This tasty flower demands a lot of pruning and maintenance, but can reward its growers with a yield around 15 ounces per square foot.
Clementine is created through the cross-breeding of crowd-pleasers Tangie and Lemon Skunk. Tangie is a sativa-based flower that gives off citrusy, tangerine-like aroma and Lemon Skunk, a hybrid known for its energy-boosting high, skunky smell, and citrus taste.