Lemon SkitzBy Peers
$24.99 – $39.99
Lemon Skitz is a high-THC hybrid with a bright and tangy terpene profile bred from Lemon Skunk and Zkittlez genetics. With large and lumpy nugs resembling lemons, notes of juicy citrus and tart lemon dominate this smooth and smooth and bright-tasting cultivar. On the exhale, its sharp and sour taste will have you puckering up for more of its delectable flavours.
Lemon Skitz Strain Information
Lemon Skitz is grown in small batches in Acreage Pharm’s science-grade facility located in Peers, Alberta. Small batches, nutrient-managed cultivation spaces, and rigorous levels of personal quality assurance testing are our approaches to crafted quality for all of our premium cannabis strain products.
We utilize smaller, localized growing spaces to ensure that each of our cultivars receives the personal care and attention that they need to thrive. Our dedication to crafted quality cannabis means staying true to our roots and staying true to the plant. We make the best use of our unique, natural environment to create both medicinal and recreational products that just work.
To maintain the quality, potency and freshness of your Lemon Skitz flower, proper cannabis storage procedures must be followed. For the best experience, cannabis flower should be stored in a cool, dark, and dry place.
Cannabis containing THC may have therapeutic benefits for pain, inflammation or nausea/vomiting¹, but your body’s endocannabinoid system, inherent cannabis tolerance, and physiology will mediate your individual cannabis experience. Each cannabis strain will interact differently with your body so it’s important to start with a low dose before increasing your consumption quantity.
Please follow your province’s, territory’s, and municipality’s cannabis regulations to enjoy responsibly. Cannabis packaging contains important information that should be reviewed. Visit our guide on cannabis packaging Canada to learn how to understand cannabis labelling and packaging.
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Reference: 1. Baron, EP. Medicinal Properties of Cannabinoids, Terpenes, and Flavonoids in Cannabis, and Benefits in Migraine, Headache, and Pain: An Update on Current Evidence and Cannabis Science. Headache Curr. 2018;58:1139-86.
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- Rack and Tray
- Machine Trimmed and Hand Groomed