Chem Valley Kush

Written by KindReviews on September 23rd, 2010. Posted in Appetite, Blog, Body Relaxation, Energy, Pains, Sativa-Dominant Hybrid, Strains

SFV OG x Chem D Kush Wide


General Information

Type:  Sativa-dominant hybrid

Genetics:  Chem D clone x (SFV OG Kush x Afghani) F3

Geographic Origin:  California, USA

Seed Company/Clone: Cali Connection Seeds

Description: A cross of two extremely potent and strong-smelling strains, the lemon pledge funk of the SFV comes through in a major way.


Story: Via “Swerve” of Cali Connection:This is a sick hybrid from 2 of the strongest strains on earth in my opinion. Together they are unstoppable.  I have worked this version for over a year now, I used an f3 male that was a stinky little bastard with strong pronounced lemon pledge stench like his mother SFV OG Kush.  The Chem D clone only was glad to meet this new guy for sure..  This hybrid will love and work well with super cropping, LST, and any other training methods.”


Growing Information

Flowering Time: 65-75 days

Preferred Growing Medium: See ‘History’ section above for advice from Swerve — it responds well to LST, super-cropping, etc.

Patient Expectations

Scent: Chemical lemon-pine cleaner

Flavor: Much like the smell, citrus-heavy and sharp

Effects: An increasingly strong energetic body feeling, eye/face pressure, and a rising heart beat seems to grow and grow until reaching a peak at nearly 45 minutes into the experience.  This peak is borderline uncomfortable at times, and not for those who suffer from anxiety issues.  The latter part of the effects are a bit crushing, inducing couchlock and causing lots of yawning and stretching.  A real “up then down” experience, it seems to disappear all at once (at about 2 hours 15 minutes).  Recommended for Sativa-lovers who can handle the bucking bronco-like initial effects — it provided quality appetite stimulation, physical energy, and would certainly chase off fatigue.


SFV OG Kush x Chem D – Colorado Alternative Medicine – July 2010

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