Terrapin Lemon G
Terrapin Lemon G is a popular strain known for its relaxing effects and subsequent euphoric emergence. Made available by the regional Terrapin Pennsylvania facility, today we’ll explore exactly what makes this product so unique.
History of Lemon G
While its specific origins are unknown, a legacy formed from both the Midwest and West combines harmoniously to create what we now know as Lemon G. It first appeared on the market as a clone-only strain from southern Ohio before seeds were feminized in Willits, California. Experts speculate that it is a lemony phenotype of G13.
What Makes Terrapin Lemon G So Unique?
With a sweet citrus profile and hint of diesel aftertaste, Lemon G is a unicorn of sorts. While many phenotypes of this sativa strain on the market are devoid of cannabidiol (CBD), this strain boasts a one-to-one ratio of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) to CBD.
What Does Lemon G Taste Like?
Silly question, right? Maybe, but maybe not.
While it smells strongly of lemon, many are surprised to find that the strain is not overpowering in citrus taste. It is regarded as having a pleasant and mellow flavor profile.
Effects of Terrapin Lemon G
Not only is this the unicorn of strains, but Lemon G’s effects are a bit paradoxical. Its immediate relaxing effects leave the user feeling mellow without any couchlock effect. After the tension releases, fans of Terrapin’s Lemon G strain report feeling uplifted, happy, and energetic, all while maintaining a Zen state after using the strain. No need to worry about late night use either. After the effects wear off, users report sleeping soundly.
These effects make Lemon G an undeniable social strain. It’s ideal to soothe anxiety, or perfect for boosting productivity. It can be effective in treating stress, pain, depression, and nausea.
For some, the euphoric effects can bring a case of the giggles. It can also cause dry mouth, so stay hydrated when using Lemon G.
It all started in Boulder, Colorado, in 2009. That’s where Terrapin Care Station (TCS) was founded as a medical marijuana provider by Penn State alum Chris Woods. Today, Terrapin is an industry leader in both product and corporate responsibility, developing one of the most comprehensive cannabis training programs for its staff.
Among its many milestones including becoming the first recreational marijuana retailer in Boulder, Terrapin has expanded its reach to facilities in Michigan and Pennsylvania. Among the first 12 to earn grower licenses in Pennsylvania in 2017, Terrapin Pennsylvania officially launched in Spring 2018.
Besides its commitment to serving the medical marijuana community, TCS is actively involved in supporting veterans. They have committed to hiring a workforce composed of 30% veterans. Additionally, TCS works with their local communities to assist veterans battling PTSD and opioid addictions.
Terrapin and Solevo Wellness
United in purpose with an unwavering commitment to providing high-quality medical marijuana products, the alliance between Terrapin Pennsylvania and Solevo has been a natural one. Terrapin joined Solevo’s product line in April 2018 shortly after they opened their Pennsylvania facility. Terrapin is available in dry leaf, capsules, tinctures, cartridges, and more on the Solevo menu.
Solevo Wellness is committed to providing medical marijuana relief solutions to Pennsylvanians suffering from serious medical conditions such as cancer, intractable pain, MS, PTSD, and HIV/AIDS.
For patients in the PA medical marijuana program, we offer the ability to reserve medical products online. You can register for Online Reserve here or learn more about purchasing medical marijuana online.