SFV OG x Chem de la Chem by Culta

SFV OG x CHEM de la CHEM by CULTA

MIND:
energized
euphoric
prone to laughter
inspired
motivated

BODY: 
calm
relaxed
some pleasant lightheadedness

GROWER: Culta

LINEAGE: SFV OG + Chem de la Chem

VISUAL: Smaller green buds with nice red and orange stigma (red hairs), and some crystalline trichomes visible as well.

AROMA: The dominant aromas are lemon, citrus, and pine

TASTE:  It has a nice earthy exhale with overtones of lemon and pine.

SFV OG X CHEM de la CHEM

Culta has introduced two sativa dominant hybrids to each other and it tuned out to be a marriage made in Maryland.
I purchased 1 gram at Nature’s Medicines in Ellicott City, MD. 
This strain is really something special.

 The gram consisted of one dictionary definition perfect looking calyx.
Just a beautiful specimen.  This review is based on smoking only about 1/4 of the bud, roughly 4 – 5 medium sized bubbler bowls.
So,  I would say a little goes a long way.
T THC strain at the dispensary when I purchased this gram.  The THCA rating was 29.4% and the THC came in at 0.5%.
Therefore, despite its strength, this particular batch of the strain is not really considered a top tier high potency strain.  

 

PERFECTLY BALANCED SATIVA DOMINANT HYBRID CROSS

The indica side of this hybrid  came on immediately.  Next, I felt a  pleasurable lightheadedness, some tingling, and a wave of relaxation. 
My body was definitely more relaxed and the feeling came in waves.

Almost immediately, and after the physical effects, came the cerebral feelings of being energized, inspired, and motivated with a mentally uplifting feeling without any anxiousness.  Because of its effects,  I can see how this strain could be used to treat depression and anxiety or generalized stress.

I was more prone to laugh at coincidental events that would usually present themselves as being inconvenient mishaps.  Another effect was an enhanced ability to focus.

Eventually, the strain seemed to promote hunger as my appetite increased.
The strain has a very well balanced effect.
Because of its effect overall I would say this is an ideal daytime, evening, and any time strain because it has an equal distribution of physical and psychoactive effects. 

 

CONCLUSION:

In conclusion, SFV OG x CHEM de la CHEM’s  high is really superb, top notch, and may be one of the best Culta strains, whether flower or concentrate, that I’ve ever purchased. So, if you see this strain by Culta at your dispensary, purchase it and you will not be sorry. 

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  1. Jeremy

    Thanks for your reviews. I also am in Maryland and am looking for a good sativa dominant hybrid whose fragrance is limited and preferably doesn’t travel far (I don’t want my basement activities be smellable in my kids’ bedrooms). I really liked Gelato by Verano but it’s no longer available. Any suggestions?

    1. admin

      Hey Jeremy, Ha! know exactly what you mean. I think Cough OG by Grow West has been the least fragrant strain I’ve had in awhile. And although they classify it as a “balancing indica” I believe, it is, for me anyway, every bit of a Sativa-Dominant hybrid. It definitely checks the boxes with increased focus and cerebral stimulation but it also offers a relaxed and happy euphoria without being sedative. It is a real “BEST OF BOTH WORLDS” strain for me anyway. At most it has a skunk type aroma if you’ve kept it for awhile but it is mostly bland. Verano’s flower is some of the most aromatic and pungent in my opinion. And while this is naturally a good terpene indicator and what we all love, it fills the entire house in a matter of seconds:) let me see if I can think of some others. THANKS for the comment!

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