I spoke with the Budem team and they are investigating the information I’ve given them to try and prevent this from happening again. They have also compensated me for the cost of my lemon haze & I believe my friend for the cost of his lemon haze. Absolutely fanstastic people at Budem.
- musty dirt
- somewhat of an astringent kush nasal pinch
Leafy & Shwaggy Looking
- really fluffy shaggy looking & full of leaves
- a fair amount of trichomes – it does have some sparkle
- shwaggy looking stuff, there was even a weird purple/brown leaf just floating around in there
- mostly lighter green w/ darker green leaves & orange/brown stigmas
- fairly stemmy
- dry but not too much – not sticky at all
- does not match the pictures on the Budem website & doesn’t look like the Lemon Haze my friend got from Budem
A Bit Stemmy
Weird Purple/Brown Leaf
- RAW single wide paper w/ smaller filter tip used
- seems to bust up OK – lots of crystal left in grinder
- roll was fine – did not turn to powder so no issues rolling
- ash is incredibly dark – almost black but has relatively fine texture
- this joint burned OK, however the day before I rolled a “lemon haze” and it would not stay lit, had to relight it 4 times before I just tossed it
Ash Is Very Dark – Almost Black
- like bushes – the smell of some kind of garden hedge <- that taste
- a bit sweet
- somewhat perfumey
- started feeling it closer to the end of the J
- feels a little cerebral
- somewhat foggy headed
- neck & shoulders feeling a bit of a buzz
- does not last long – starts to fizzle out less than an hour after puffing
We both received wildly different buds.
His looks like the picture on the Budem website (although its a crappy pic so a bit tough to tell)
Mine just looks like shwaggy stemmy fluff buds.
I had my friend bring over some of his batch to do a comparison and you can see the difference in the pictures below.
Reviewed May 17, 2020
Lemon Haze is said to offer a creeping high that may require several minutes before fully revealing its effects. At first, smokers may pick up on a change in their perception of external stimuli, with certain sights or sounds taking on a psychedelic new dimension. This sensory distortion is accompanied by a sudden improvement in mood, as any stressors take a backseat to this bud’s positive mindset. An increase in cerebral activity may lead to stimulating conversation; this strain may also inspire creativity for those who are so inclined. In addition to these emotionally uplifting effects, Lemon Haze tends to provide the motivation needed to get up and plow through tasks like cleaning the house or running errands. A strong body stone eventually emerges and becomes more pronounced as the high wears on. This combination of mental and physical effects can be a great way to appreciate activities that involve both body and mind, like exercise and, notably, sex. As dosage is increased, smokers may lose their thoughtful, cerebral edge, becoming more spacey and disconnected from their surroundings. On its backend, Lemon Haze will leave you content to melt into the couch and let your mind wander. Because of its energetic onset, this strain is best enjoyed for waking-and-baking or as an afternoon treat; if consumed at night, it’s likely to leave users wired and hyper.
Lemon Haze may have several applications for medical cannabis patients as well. Its positive mental effects can temporarily distract from the symptoms of mild to moderate stress and depression. The strain’s early sense of focus can also help those with attention deficit disorders to sustain concentration on single tasks. Physically speaking, this bud can help relieve pain, whether it’s temporary or chronic and nerve-related. Although Lemon Haze’s cerebral effects aren’t usually regarded as overly intense, those who are prone to panic or who have a low tolerance for THC may want to consume this sativa with caution.Budem Website