Chemdawg Shatter Concentrates by True Lion Extracts is a favorite cannabis medicine best for anxiety and pain. Cannabis Indica Chemdawg is also helpful with depression and ADHD, as well as migraines, arthritis, and PMS. Cannabis Indica Chemdawg Shatter Dab Concentrates is a very popular cannabis medical strain in Canada.
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The cannabis concentrate known as shatter has a transparent, amber appearance that looks glassy when cold, but more like thick honey when warm. Shatter is sometimes compared to honey in its color as well. The level of transparency and richness of color vary based on certain factors, such as the amount of moisture and heat used during the process. Also, the liquidity of the product increases as the percentage of terpenes increase.
About Chemdawg shatter
Chemdawg is a legendary strain with an uncertain genetic history. While American breeders are believed to cross it from local Thai and Nepali Sativa varieties, many have claimed the creation of this variety. Chemdawg’s origin stories include an account of complicated seed exchange between fellow growers at a Grateful Dead concert and another story that fixes the paternity of the strain on a Colorado strain called Dog Bud (named for its penchant for making the smoker turn like a dog). Whatever its beginnings, Chemdawg has become a staple in the US cannabis market. The USA For its unique flavor and lively and energetic high. It has also been used to cross various popular and successful strains. The THC content of Chemdawg was measured between 15% and 20%.
This shatter is a strain whose cultivation is best adapted to the most experienced producers. For a time, it could only be cultivated as a clone if a cut of a mature plant was obtained; now, however, many seed companies sell packaged Chemdawg seeds. It is more often grown indoors than outdoors as it requires a good amount of mold and mildew resistance. Growing indoors requires some vigilance: typical Sativa plants often grow more than 5 feet tall, and as such growers must bend and prune them early in the vegetative stage to keep them at a manageable height.