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It is a potent combination of Tangie and Lemon Skunk that boasts citrus, pine, and diesel scents. A concentrated wax preparation of Clementine won the title of Second Best Sativa concentrate in the 2015 High Times Cannabis Cup. Cannabis testing lab Analytical 360 has measured samples of Clementine to have as much as 27% THC.
Clementine can also offer some psychological benefits for medical cannabis patients. Its powerful mood enhancement may ease the symptoms of stress and depression, helping smokers to exercise their energy more mindfully and deliberately. Its clearheaded capacity for focus can also be helpful for those with attention deficit disorders. Because initial cerebral effects come about quickly, Clementine may not be a great choice for patients who are prone to panic or who have lower than average THC tolerance.
A slight sense of physical relaxation and decreased tension can pull users down to earth in the event that they’re overpowered by recursive, cerebral thinking. A classic wake-and-bake strain, Clementine may not be the best flower to smoke just before bedtime, as it can leave users alert or overstimulated.