Brazilian Lemon is another Brazilian series strain bred by Brazilian Seed Company. Oozing with dominant sativa genes, it is the result of crossing Manga Rosa with an unknown strain. It would have been nice to be able to identify the mysterious strain, however, it has not been documented so far. Perhaps, Brazilian Seed Company wants to keep the suspense part. Nevertheless, Brazilian Lemon is making a name in the recreational and medicinal department. It can be cultivated indoors, outdoors, or in a greenhouse.
Flavor and Effects of Brazilian Lemon
Brazilian Lemon has an intricate line-up of taste and aroma. It is a mix of fruity, spicy, earthy, sour, and piney. The fresh lemon though is prevalent, hence the strain’s name. The euphoria will bring you to a garden full of lemons ready for harvest. It erases the stresses of a long day. The cerebral high relaxes the user so much that he is ready to turn off the lights for dreamland.
Medical Benefits of Brazilian Lemon
Whether physically or mentally, Brazilian Lemon is a potent strain that can be relied on. Physically, it can deliver relief from muscle spasms, inflammation, tension, arthritis, back pain, migraine and headache. Mentally, it can be recommended for people with anxiety, depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder and chronic stress. People with loss of appetite and insomnia will finally have their cravings and satisfying sleep at night.
Negative Effects of Brazilian Lemon
Just like its potent parents, or should we say parent as we do not know the whereabouts of the other one, Brazilian Lemon can cause cottonmouth, dry throat and irritated eyes. With excessive dosage, it can also induce feelings of anxiety, paranoia and hallucinations. Some have even reported having an excruciating headache.
Growing Brazilian Lemon
Brazilian Lemon is dominated by sativa genes. No wonder it can grow tall in height. You can maintain air and light distribution by topping the plant. You may invest in small fans to achieve better ventilation. To cover up its pungency, you may use anti-odor filters. Trimming or pruning is also recommended. In terms of method, the Screen of Green (SCROG) method shall work.