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.
- dirty earth/soil
- a touch musty
- bit of gassy/grease/diesel
- hints of skunk
- just the slightest bit of fish
- small hard dense popcorn nugs
- absolutely covered in trichomes – flat/muted white appearance w/ some sparkle
- manicure looks good – no shag or leaves
- light yellow/orange stigmas
- seems to be filled with little purple/brown spots when broken open
- used magnifying glass extensively – fairly sure these are ultra small immature seeds
- little blackish specks are hard and appear to be everywhere in bud once busted – unable to remove all of them
- somewhat dry yet still a bit sticky
Little Specks – Pretty Sure They’re Super Immature Seeds
- RAW single wide paper w/ smaller filter tip used
- busted up to a nice consistency (aside from those little specks)
- left an average amount of trichomes in grinder
- rolled really tightly – much more than expected
- ash is light grey – almost white & very soft
- lemon cleaner – has a slight chemically taste
- hints of cedar & pine
- tastes like the smell of a wet 2×4
- gets fairly harsh towards last 1/4 of joint
- bit of a glue taste as it finishes
- bitter pine aftertaste
- started to feel it about 2/3 into the J
- makes my chest feel full & some fogginess to the head
- ~15min & starting to get a very light headache at the very top of the head
- headache spread forward & to the sides
- ~30min later & headache is gone
- another ~15min & headache came back but went away within 5min
- high seems to last well over an hour
I am pretty sure that the little purple/black specks are ultra immature seeds and there are tons of them in this bud. I gave up trying to pick the little fuckers out. They’re hard and very tiny – less than 1mm in size. It was extremely difficult to verify what they are without a microscope, even my magnifying glass was useless. The pictures I took are the best I could do and if anyone thinks these might be something different, I would appreciate you leaving a reply to let me know.
I’m fairly certain that these purple/black seed specks are the reason why I got a headache from this bud and the headache is the reason for the 2.5/10 rating, yes I got high but I don’t want a headache when I smoke weed.
Nice White Ash
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 18, 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