The Clementine strain feels like a burst of sunshine for your body and mind. As a hybrid of Tangie and Lemon Skunk, this strain will satisfy the taste buds with its rich flavor of citrus fruit. If you’re an indoor cannabis grower, you’ll want to try the easy-to-grow, high-yielding Clementine.
With its unique aroma, full-bodied effects, and impressive lineage, this strain does not disappoint. Here at Greenpoint Seeds, we offer a premium selection of strains crossed with Sativa-dominant Clementine.
Read on to see why you should try growing cannabis strains crossed with Clementine.
What Strain Is Clementine?
This strain boasts an impressive lineage as a hybrid of the Lemon Skunk and Tangie strains. Lemon Skunk is believed to be a phenotype of Skunk No.1, which is descended from crosses between Afghani, Colombian, and Mexican landrace strains. Tangie, in turn, is a hybrid of Skunk #1 and California Orange. The award-winning Crockett Family Farms created this unique hybrid.
Clementine Strain Review
Let’s take a look at the essential characteristics that make strains crossed with Clementine a must-have in your grow room.
The Clementine cannabis strain grows large colas that are densely coated with sticky trichomes. When grown indoors, its long branches can reach a tall height of 80 inches. It has large, sharply serrated leaves that are light green in color. Clementine produces thick, lime-green buds with milky resin glands and pistils of a deep orange hue.
Aroma and Flavor
Many cannabis strains are named after their respective characteristics, so it’s no surprise that the Clementine strain smells like the fruit. With its sweet, citrusy aroma, the Clementine weed strain provides an uplifting experience for the senses.
So what’s responsible for Clementine’s lemon and orange fragrance?
The fresh, pungent terpene known as Terpinolene. A fruity terpene with a complex aroma of citrus, pines, florals, and herbs, Terpinolene is known for its energizing and uplifting effects.
Once you break Clementine flower apart, you will also notice earthy undertones of pine and diesel, resulting from smaller concentrations of the terpenes Pinene and Myrcene.
Generally, the Clementine weed strain has a sour-and-sweet flavor profile. When you inhale Clementine’s smoke, expect a creamy, lemony taste. On the exhale, expect a tangy, orange flavor.
THC and CBD Content
The Clementine cannabis strain usually ranges between 17 percent and 19 percent THC but might reach levels as high as 27 percent. If you’re looking for a CBD-heavy strain, it’s not this one, which usually tests at a maximum of one percent CBD.
As a Sativa-dominant hybrid, the Clementine strain is popular for its medicinal and energizing properties.
Clementine is reported to combat nausea and beat fatigue. Its analgesic properties may alleviate pain caused by a variety of factors. Whether you are looking for pain relief or more energy, the Clementine weed strain’s uplifting and energizing effects are great for starting the day off right.
Feeling stressed out? Clementine promotes alertness and euphoria, which can help you ease your depression and anxiety. Its uplifting effects will make you feel relaxed, inspired, positive, and creative.
The Clementine cannabis strain’s purported medicinal properties are powerful enough to alleviate tension, yet uplifting enough to be used throughout the day.
As is typical of most cannabis strains, you can expect mild side effects such as cottonmouth and dry eyes after trying Clementine.
With its high THC concentration, this cultivar might not be right for everyone. Novice and experienced cannabis users alike should start off with small doses of this strong, energizing strain.
This strain was bred by Crockett Family Farms—a well-known group of breeders in California. Crockett Family Farms is a third-generation family-run farm that preserves the genetics of the most elite cannabis strains. With such prestigious cannabis seeds, it’s no surprise they have won awards for dozens of their strains.
Clementine Strain Yield
Luckily, the Clementine cannabis strain is fairly easy to grow, especially indoors. Growing the strain indoors will yield about 11 ounces of flower per plant. With its tall indoor height of 60 to 80 inches, growers can expect to yield an incredible 3 ounces of flower per square foot.
To control its height, be ready to top or super-crop your Clementine plant. With the right combination of lighting and nutrition, your Clementine plant has the potential to produce massive yields.
Clementine Strain Flowering Time
The Clementine strain has a flowering time of eight to nine weeks, or 56 to 63 days. This is great for growers who want their bud fast, as Sativa strains usually take between 9 to 12 weeks to flower.
As a photoperiod cannabis plant, Clementine has two life phases in its life cycle: vegetative growth and bloom. While some growers prefer auto-flowering seeds for their convenience and simplicity, the benefits of photoperiod plants are undeniable. If you fall in love with a strain with awesome genetics, you can easily preserve them by replanting its cuttings again and again.
Key Takeaways on the Clementine Strain
If you’re looking to grow mind-blowing cannabis strains, choose Greenpoint’s cannabis seeds crossed with Clementine. With elite genetics preserved by Crockett Family Farms, a high yield, and amazing benefits, this strain tops Greenpoint Seeds’ list of favorite cultivars.
Contact Greenpoint Seeds to learn more about this strain.