Lemon OG

The information presented on this page is intended solely for descriptive purposes and should not be considered a review or medical advice. The actual effects of the cannabis strain may vary. It is important to use marijuana responsibly. We recommend that you consult a healthcare professional before adding cannabis to your health regimen.

Quick info

Distinctive terpenes
Limonene, myrcene, caryophyllene
Helps with
Pain, stress, appetite loss
Ease of growing
When to use






Very High
Sativa Indica

Effects & Usage



Lemon OG is a balanced hybrid with a slight lean towards its Indica genetics (60%). This strain’s potency, with THC levels ranging between 17-24%, makes it a favourite among those who need a good body high with a mild touch of cerebral rush.


The onset of Lemon OG’s effects is notably fast. Consumers report an almost instantaneous body buzz that transitions into a deeply relaxing state. While the high may not have the longest duration, its intensity and the rapid relief it provides are highly appreciated.

Its initial effects, often euphoric and relaxing, are clear-headed. It is not too overwhelming – instead, they are gentle and gradually lay the path to a chill, peaceful session. Along the way, you may find yourself thinking through a few thoughts and exercising your creativity.


Lemon OG’s versatility extends from recreational enjoyment to a broad spectrum of medicinal applications. On the medicinal front, the cultivar is particularly favoured for its ability to ease pain and stress. It can also help the body by boosting appetite and easing deep sleep.

Side effects

As with many cannabis strains, the potential for dry mouth, dry eyes, and dizziness is present. Novice users should be cautious due to its potency, which may lead to overwhelming effects like anxiety or paranoia.

Taste & Smell


The first encounter with Lemon OG is typically marked by its aroma, a fragrant bouquet that fills the room with zesty notes of fresh lemon zest. This citrus-forward scent comes from the strain’s dominant terpene, limonene, known for its mood-enhancing properties and its presence in the rinds of citrus fruits.

The aroma is not one-dimensional; it is underpinned by earthy and diesel undertones that speak to its kush heritage, creating a complex and inviting olfactory experience. If you enjoyed its taste, you may also appreciate Mandarin Cookies.

Looks wise, Lemon OG often features dense, neon green buds with fiery orange pistils and a sticky layer of trichomes.



The Lemon OG strain, also widely known as Lemon OG Kush or Presidential Kush, boasts a storied lineage that traces back to a well-curated genetic pool.

The strain, bred by DNA Genetics, has a genetic makeup of Lemon Skunk and the OG #18.

Growing information

Lemon OG grows short to medium-high, making it suitable for indoor and outdoor growing environments. It offers a good yield of about 500-600 grams per square meter and flowers within about 70 days.

This strain accommodates beginner growers, given its undemanding nature and the availability of feminized and auto-flowering seeds.