GrowHealthy has released several strains that are various crosses of Creamsicle #4. Lemon Freeze Prop crosses it with Lemon Tree, which a well known cross of Sour Diesel and Lemon Skunk – so this strain has got some good genetics already.
Compared to Apple Aperitif, which is the other Creamsicle cross I picked up (review coming soon), this one definitely brings out the Lemon Tree parent and lives up to its name with strong citrus scents and enjoyable effects.
Lemon Freeze Pop (Indica)
Price at time of review: $50/eighth
Lineage: Lemon Tree x Creamsicle #4
Total Cannabinoids: 16.88%
This eighth of Lemon Freeze Pop is truly a beautiful batch of flower. As you can see above, it is absolutely caked in trichomes. Judging from their milky to amber color, the flower was harvested at the right time as well.
The trim job and overall cure of the flower is very good. The only small negative I’d point out is that this eighth was a bit on the dry side, and only slightly at that. This isn’t a particularly sticky batch of flower, but it breaks down well.
Lemon Freeze Pop (or at least this batch of it) seems to be a primarily green strain, but there were hints of purple inside the buds as well.
This eighth is overall very solid in this category.
Appearance/Cure Rating: 8.00/10.00
“Lemon Freeze Pop” is a very appropriate name for this strain. Opening up the jar yields the unmistakable smell of lemon citrus, almost on the chemical side – like lemon floor cleaner. Behind the strong, zesty citrus are subtle hints of fuel and spice.
When broken up or put through a grinder, the lemon smell remains strong, but smells of fuel and an almost creamy-cookie smell come through as well.
The taste when smoked is very similar to a lemon popsicle on the inhale, with a hint of spice. The exhale is spicy first and then leavers a sugary aftertaste.
Smell/Taste Rating: 7.20/10.00
Lemon Freeze Pop has nice, relaxing effects. Right from the beginning, the cerebral stimulation of THC is balanced with warm, cozy effects from the terpenes, other cannabinoids, flavonoids, and all other components of the cannabis flower that work in synergy to differentiate each strain.
I didn’t find this to be the most couch-locking strain, but it seems to make me a little less energetic. However, I did try it out during the day and was still able to get things done, albeit at a bit slower pace.
This seems like an ideal strain for late afternoon and evening use, or before leisurely activities – it’s definitely a “sit back and relax” strain in the effects department for me.
I should note that heavier doses do seem to bring on more of the couch-lock effect, so keep this in mind if you have any plans or chores ahead of you.
Possibly good for treating:
- Insomnia (Possibly in higher doses)
- PTSD & related sleep issues
- Moderate aches and pains
- Moderate nausea/gastrointestinal issues
- Heavy Relaxation
I’m definitely no medical doctor, so please take the preceding conditions only as my own personal observations from using this strain and having experience with a multitude of different cannabis strains. Everybody is different, and every body reacts differently to various medications.
Effects Rating: 6.80/10.00
Overall Rating: 7.33/10.00
Overall, I would best describe Lemon Freeze Pop as a “very good” indica strain from GrowHealthy.
I’ve enjoyed these new crosses from GrowHealthy. Lemon Freeze Pop is a pretty notable strain that I would probably try again in the future.
More reviews are coming very soon. Be well, healthy, wealthy, and happy!
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