After smoking a lot of fruity sativa strains for work, I decided to switch it up and find a Work Sativa with heavy kush and chem flavors. I usually go straight for Bedford Grow strains, but Bedford Grow sativa strains don’t usually deliver the clear-headed high I need to stay focused for work. This time, though, I found a true Work Sativa (though technically a hybrid) with Bedford Grow’s Chem de la Chem.
Chem de la Chem is a sativa-leaning hybrid cross of Chemdog and I-95. This eighth of Chem de la Chem picked up from Maribis Springfield tested at 0.63% THC, 24.94% THCa, 0.57% CBGa, and 26.14% total cannabinoids. The leading terpenes included β-caryophyllene, β-myrcene, limonene, α-humulene, α-bisabolol, and linalool.
The eighth contained several uniformed spade-shaped buds frosted with trichomes. The light and dark green buds were dense and well trimmed.
The complex aromas and flavors were the perfect switch from fruity flavors. The aroma from the glass jar first hit with the chem and kush but also added a mix of citrus, earthy hops, lavender, and chamomile.
The flavor also carried a complexity to it. The inhale first hit with the chem, kush, and skunk flavors but also carried notes of orange citrus, spice, earthy lavender. The exhaled followed with more earthiness and sometimes an added creamy sweetness on the very end.
The potent effects of Chem de la Chem hit with a quick onset and all the notes for a Work Sativa. The long-lasting head high created an energetic cerebral headspace in which I was able to focus on work for hours. If I dosed a couple extra puffs more than needed, a stony head fog would pass through to slow me down, but then I’d be right back to focusing on work.
Chem de la Chem’s heavy body buzz provided a relaxation to my muscle aches and cramps and an overall buzz that worked well with the head high. More doses of Chem de la Chem led to an even heavier body buzz that seemed to stack on itself for stronger relief.
Overall, Chem de la Chem might be the best Work Sativa strain I’ve reviewed from Bedford Grow, and the kush and chem flavor profiles were a welcomed change from my normal fruit-flavored strains.
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