If there were ever a strain worthy of a place in the cannabis hall of fame, it would be Chemdawg! This popular hybrid has become a national treasure for its eye-wateringly potent aroma and kick-ass effects that will leave you wanting more.
If you have been living under a rock and haven’t heard of the wonder that is Chemdawg, then sit back and be prepared to have your mind blown by the astounding cerebral power of this THC-rich strain.
What is Chemdawg Cannabis
Over the years there has been more than one story circulating about how Chemdawg came into being, but with no way to confirm the rumors we are left wondering, and thus Chemdawg lives on to be one of the most mysterious strains on the market.
One thing is for sure though, and that is that Chemdawg has well and truly made a name for itself as one of the best strains to try if you have a passion for pot. This hybrid boasts between 15 and 20% THC, making it pretty strong, but the real draw for us is its insanely potent aroma and fast-acting effects.
Commonly referred to as a sativa-dominant strain, this is one to opt for if you love a chatty, get-stuff-done sort of high, but one should be prepared before delving in, as this strain can be pretty hard-hitting so newbies may want to steer clear!
Chemdawg has been the parent strain of many world famous buds, such as Sour Diesel and OG Kush, both of which are pot powerhouses in their rights! However, as we said, nobody knows where Chemdawg came from, with some believing it was part of a complex seed exchange at a Grateful Dead concert, and others rumoring that it is the child of a Colorado strain named Dog Bud.
What we do know for sure is that this delightfully potent bud is a cannabis staple for the serious bud smoker, and it has been at the center of the U.S. cannabis market for decades.
Chemdawg Aroma, Flavor, Appearance
The first thing that hits you with Chemdawg is the smell; think eye-watering pungency with notes of chemicals and diesel, and you may get somewhere close to the power of Chemdawg. The earthy notes coupled with the diesel-like scent makes for a seriously musky strain, which you will likely either love or hate!
As for the way it looks, Chemdawg is no wilting flower. With the potential to grow pretty tall, boasting long and tapered, medium-sized buds, it is indeed a sight to behold! The leaves are a wonderful, vibrant green and are covered in sticky trichomes, giving off a silvery appearance. Splattered throughout are appealing burnt orange pistils, making for a lovely looking plant for you home growers!
If you can make it past that powerful, hard-hitting scent, then the taste of Chemdawg will likely come as no surprise – with a super strong tasting diesel with undertones of pine and a slight tang, it is undoubtedly a taste sensation!
Medical Benefits of Chemdawg Strain
The effects of Chemdawg are part of the reason for its legendary status. With a cerebral effect that can last hours, you can whizz through your to-do list in no time, and have time to spare! Considered an ideal socializing strain, Chemdawg has often been the inspiration behind many earth-shattering conversations (really!) and can get you chatting for hours.
Medicinally, Chemdawg has a lot to offer, with the cerebral and upbeat energy being a great way to combat mental conditions such as stress, PTSD, anxiety and depression, and the physical relaxation being ideal for pain and migraines. This is a good all-rounder for those who are looking for a potent high.
Some users report that Chemdawg can bring about a disorientating feeling at first, so we recommend starting with light amounts and working up from there. However, after a few moments the hyper-awareness should set in and you can get your productivity in full flow.
Possible Side Effects of Chemdawg
Other than the feeling of disorientation due to the strong levels of THC, Chemdawg has also been known to cause paranoia if used in excess, particularly in people who suffer from mental health issues initially. We would always recommend that people who are new to cannabis proceed with extreme caution, and even those who are seasoned smokers take precautions with the THC here.
As is the case with most cannabis strains, Chemdawg is also likely to cause dry eyes and a dry mouth – so get the drinks to hand!