Effects: Don’t get cocky with Chemmy Jones. The initial feelings are euphoric and relaxing, but that slowly fades into unfocused sedation while increasing the appetite, which is a conflicting set of effects. The disorientation is just too strong for me. Medical benefits could include treating anxiety, depression, minor pain, eating and sleeping disorders, nausea and stress.
Looks: Segmented, bulbous calyxes, a wispy bud structure, average trichome coverage and lime-green buds give Chemmy Jones a classic Chemdawg or Diesel appearance.
Flavor: The smell might be dominated by Diesel, but the taste is closer to a rubbery OG Kush. Those spicy, floral notes are much more present on the tastebuds, almost partnering with the Diesel and pine flavors instead of complementing them.
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Home grower’s take: “It takes too long to flower (seventy days if you want to do it right), and it has lots of branches and lots of leaves. Don’t get me wrong, though: She’s a pretty tough plant, and can handle poorly insulated grows and minor temperature changes better than others. The high just fucks me up too much. Can’t focus, can’t think — I just don’t react well to it.”
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I’ve fallen prey to Chemmy Jones not once, not twice, but three times now. I can’t help myself, and neither can my nose. Those gas fumes keep fooling me, like some sort of horticultural hormone.
Chemmy Jones actually hails from the United Kingdom, where Connoisseur Seeds created the buzzing hybrid. Some online descriptions call it a “functional” strain, but I strongly disagree. While cannabis strains can affect everyone differently, I’ve yet to come across a cut of ol’ Jonesy that doesn’t turn me and my friends into a gang of drooling buffoons. This combination of Casey Jones and Chemdawg phenotype Chemdawg D will send you on a stoned and disoriented adventure — or in my case, another one.
Smell: Few strain aromas jump out of the jar like Chemmy Jones, with loud hits of gasoline and sharp pine, and a chalky, rubbery aroma akin to that of a pink eraser. Subtle floral notes with a spicy kick hang around at the end.
Chemmy Jones hails from the United Kingdom, where Connoisseur Seeds created the buzzing hybrid. Some online descriptions call it a “functional” strain, but I strongly disagree. This combination of Casey Jones and Chemdawg phenotype Chemdawg D will send you on a stoned and disoriented adventure — or in my case,…