The hype behind the ChemDawg strain has reached a cult-following level of popularity due to its complex flavor profile and heavy-hitting effects. The strain’s mysterious origins and ambiguous genetics have only added to the famous reputation of the strain. ChemDawg is responsible for classic strains like Sour Diesel and OG Kush.
ChemDawg is a favorite among our customers at Kush21 in Seattle, Pullman, and Spokane.
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The most notable quality of ChemDawg is its pungent aroma. The bud gives off a strong scent of diesel. The aroma also has undertones of earth and musk. The complex aroma is partly due to the strain’s dominant terpene: caryophyllene. Caryophyllene gives off a musky and funky aroma. Additionally, the terpene has tons of medicinal benefits like anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties. Caryophyllene has been known to potentially help relieve anxiety and pain, reduce cholesterol, prevent Osteoporosis, and treat seizures.
ChemDawg has vibrant green nugs that are tree-shaped and dense. The nugs are covered in a sticky layer of trichomes that give it a frosty appearance. The nugs contain burnt orange pistols throughout.
On the inhale, users can taste strong flavors of diesel and pine. The exhale leaves behind a musky and earthy flavor.
While ChemDawg only contains around 17% THC, the strain’s effects are known to be heavy hitting. Users may experience a heavy dose of full-body relaxation with a potentially uplifting cerebral high. According to some, ChemDawg can inspire riveting thoughts and conversation.
For recreational use, ChemDawg may be the perfect strain for relaxing with friends, late-night movie watching, or a walk in nature. For medicinal use, ChemDawg has the potential to help aid in medical issues such as stress, PTSD, anxiety, depression, and migraines.