Specific words placed in a cultivar name automatically grab my attention. “Lemon” is definitely near the top of that list. Heavy limonene strains with heavy citrus flavors are a favorite at Illinois News Joint, and we’re always looking for more lemon superstars. Lemon Ozium is a new drop from Bedford Grow, so I picked up a sample from Maribis of Springfield to review.
Lemon Ozium is an indica-leaning hybrid cross of Lemon Kush and OZ Kush Bx1. This batch of flower tested at 19.31% THCa, 0.53% Delta-9-THC, 0.63% CBGa, and 20.47% total cannabinoids. Terpenes were 1.62% of the total weight with limonene, β-caryophyllene, β-pinene, and α-humulene being the heaviest.
Dark green with copper colored hairs curled up in patches with some deeply colored purple splashes near the base. Milky trichomes coated the buds, giving them a dusted look. These flowers were dense and had a nice spongy bounce-back when squeezed between fingertips. I found a few hints of sugar leaf left at the base of these buds, but overall, the trim was nice.
Opening the jar hit my nose with a layered blend of diesel, leather, and black pepper with olive, celery seed, and lime zest working as the finish. The diesel and celery seed really stood on their own, and it took some exploration to get past them and identify the rest of the profile. The diesel carried into the flavor of the inhale heavily while grapefruit and rich cinnamon highlighted the exhale.
Lemon Ozium was pleasantly heavy, like a weighted blanket. After my bowl, a peaceful calm quiet headspace set in, and my constant background anxiety melted away. Lemon Ozium helped me get out of my own way by tamping down my constantly running mind, and I enjoyed smoking it before doing chores around the house.
Physically, Lemon Ozium was light, and I only noticed some slight tingling in my extremities. For more Illinois News Joint reviews, visit here.
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