• Chemdawg Marijuana Strain
  • Chemdawg Marijuana Strain
  • Chemdawg Marijuana Strain

ChemDawg: Cerebral, Relaxing, & Gassy

Chemdawg Hybrid (what's this?)
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ChemDawg (or Chem Dog) Cannabis Strain Genetics

Chemdawg (or Chem Dog) is the rumored combination of OG Kush and Sour Diesel, which instantly makes it a crowd favorite among cannabis connoisseurs. This full-bodied hybrid is one of my personal favorites.

“There is a distinct gassy stench associated with Chemdawg that is very similar to Sour Diesel.”

The Chemdawg strain instantly provides a rush of cerebral energy that instantly overtakes the mind; typical of any Sour Diesel smoke session. The big difference between Chemdawg and Sour Diesel however, is that Chemdawg has an additional (very noticeable) body-melt.

This strong body high is presumably generated from the OG Kush found in the ChemDawg strain’s lineage. As such, I only recommend the Chemdawg strain to my friends or colleagues who are also high-tolerance medical marijuana patients. It’s definitely not what I consider a good strain for beginners.

How The Chemdawg Strain May Affect You

Chemdawg is one of those marijuana strains that can really space you out for hours on end, only to snap back into reality and wonder how much time just past. What feels like hours is really a couple of minutes.

The Chem Dawg strain has such a pungent stench and gassy flavor profile… It’s both disgusting and phenomenal at the same time. It shares a very similar terpene profile to Sour Diesel, at least in my personal experience as a medical marijuana patient.

There are always very memorable smoke sessions with this strain. Great for managing mental disorders such as chronic stress, anxiety, PTSD, and migraines, the Chemdawg strain is becoming increasingly popular among medical marijuana patients in California, Colorado, and Washington state.

FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLAIMER - These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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