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LivWell is one of the most popular dispensaries and
producers of marijuana. Among their most famous strains is Limon, which
encapsulates the citric zest of lemons. Its Sativa-leaning structure emulates the
same energy as its scent by inducing an uplifting head high and reinvigorating body

A three-way cross between Strawberry Diesel, Sour Diesel, and NYC Diesel, Limon brings out the best traits from its parents and exhibits it proudly. It is mentally stimulating, stress-crushing, and rejuvenating. Interestingly, its diesel flavors are subtler compared to its fruitier taste and smell.

Limon’s effects are certainly more centered on the mind. However,
its physical effects provide users with the energy to seize the day. At the
same time, the herb’s influence on the body provide patients with much-needed
rest and relaxation against the daily stressors of life.

Our Limon Strain Review

  • Effects
  • Fragrance
  • Flavors
  • Adverse reactions
  • Medical
  • Growing
  • Flowering time

Information About Limon Strain

ORIGIN Sour Diesel, Strawberry Diesel, NYC Diesel
EFFECTS Euphoric – 10
Energetic – 10
Happy – 7
Creative – 6
Uplifted – 6
FRAGRANCE Citrus, lemon, berry, earthy, sour, diesel, spicy
FLAVORS Sweet, citrus, lemon, berry, earthy, diesel
Dry mouth – 8
Anxious – 8
Dizzy – 6
Paranoid – 6
MEDICAL Pain – 10
Depression – 8
Stress – 7
Fatigue – 6
Inflammation – 4
FLOWERING TIME OUTDOOR Late September to mid-October
THC CONTENT % 16% to 19%
CBD % Unknown
INDOOR YIELD 12 to 16 ounces per square meter
OUTDOOR YIELD 16 ounces or more per plant
CLIMATE Warm climate

* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest


Limon’s mental effects hit right after the first puff. Energy levels
rapidly increase as a rush of euphoria uplifts the mind. Within minutes,
demeanors change for the better as a happiness radiates from within. The mental
stimulation also clears a pathway for thoughts to disperse into innovative

Limon Strain Effects
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Signaling the start of the bud’s Indica effects is the same uplifting
buzz from the initial head high. It ebbs down from the temples and surges
through the muscles, invigorating the body through and through. Though
relaxing, its tranquilizing effects are not overwhelming. Rather than locking
users to the couch, it provides enough energy to complete various tasks during
and after the session.

Dosage plays an important role though, especially since Limon is a potent herb with THC levels that average at 19%. Smoking high amounts will turn an otherwise pleasant, productive buzz into a subtle but unsettling feeling of paranoia.

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Limon initially smells strongly of citrus and lemons. Breaking apart the
buds releases its undertones of freshly picked berries with notes of rich soil.
Once combusted, the sour overtones resemble the sharp diesel scent of its
parents but with a bit of spiciness to it.


As it enters the palate, the sweet flavors of citrus and lemon topped
with berries wash over the mouth. Enhancing the taste it is drawn is a tinge of
earthiness that make the bud seem fresh. On the exhale, its acrid smoke leaves
a fascinating diesel aftertaste.

Adverse reactions

Like other strains, Limon causes the inevitable feeling of dehydration.
It is most notable in areas like the eyes and the mouth, where cannabinoids
interfere with the production of moisture. The discomfort it causes is mild but
it often goes away with time. Still, if symptoms persist, downing a few glasses
of cold water should provide temporary relief through out the day.

In rare instances, the
overwhelming power of its THC levels can green users out. A condition
characterized by heightened senses, it can be dizzying and anxiety-inducing. At
times, a subtle feeling of paranoia may even present itself. As such, it is
important to stay within one’s thresholds or gradually build the dosage.


Limon is a strain with immense therapeutic value. Its THC, along with
its zesty terpene profile, energize users from a depressive stupor caused by
self-depreciating thoughts that haunt the mind. A natural anti-depressant and stress-reliever,
it calms the overwhelming dread that often backs confidence into a corner.

Limon Strain Medical
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Apart from its uplifting behavioral buzz, the same psychoactive compound
also relieves various aches and pains all over the body. It energizes users and
gets rid of fatigue. At the same time, it reduces redness and swelling through
its anti-inflammatory properties.


Because LivWell maintains a proprietary hold on Limon, it is highly likely that its seeds are not available in the cannabis industry regardless of form. While this may be sad for aspiring growers of the strains, it helps the company maintain control of the quality of its buds as well as its cannabinoid content.

Limon Strain Growing
Limon Strain Growing

Still, its growth
profile can be determined by its classification and structure. Naturally, it
exhibits classic Sativa traits such as a height of up to 7 feet. Its tall stalks
are lanky with narrow leaves on each side of the plant. Apart from support, the
plant will need to be topped early to keep it short enough for tight spaces.

Trimming away dead
branches will distribute nutrients to healthier parts. At the same time, it
will also improve air and light circulation. Low-Stress Training techniques
such as the Screen of Green paired with methods like super cropping will enhance
its trichome production.

Though Limon
flourishes best in warm weather, it will produce decent results in colder weather.
During the flowering period, the herb produces airy flowers with vivid green
colors. Additionally, a blanket of crystal trichomes cover the bud, alluding to
its potency.

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Flowering Time

Unlike other Sativas, Limon is a quick-flowering strain that matures within 7 to 9 weeks. Once ready for harvest, it yields 12 to 16 ounces of buds per square meter.

Resilient against the cold weather of the northern hemisphere, it flowers early from the end of September to the middle of October. It yields at least 16 ounces of buds per plant.

Have you ever smoked or grown your own Limon? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.


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