Marrying these two heavy hitters was no mistake. Lemon Skunk proudly sits as one of Good Chemistry’s most popular strains, with its bright orange hues, sweet taste, and an aroma of lemon and skunk. Mixed with the long-lasting high of its sister strain, LSD, results in a concentrate that packs a cerebral and euphoric punch to liven up your daytime fun. Behold LSD x Lemon Skunk Wax!
Good Chemistry Nurseries was founded by Matthew Huron. Matthew’s father and father’s partner both suffered from HIV/AIDS, and Matthew witnessed firsthand the symptomatic relief HIV/AIDS patients found with Cannabis – as well as the plant’s potential to make life better for a wide range of people. With cultivation and retail operations in Colorado and Massachusetts, Good Chemistry Nurseries is arguably the only multi-state vertically integrated breeder, cultivator and retailer that’s independently owned and operated.
Founded by Massachusetts’ native and longtime legacy market participant Jesse Pitts, and his undoubtedly more “square” friend Carl, Trade Roots is making waves in the Massachusetts market by focusing on producing small batch concentrates, such as this LSD x Lemon Skunk Wax, using only the best Cannabis available in the state. Trade Roots is preparing to open their retail location in Wareham this winter, and will offer a variety of high-quality products, with cross-branded options that give craft growers the opportunity to get involved in making a variety of products with their flower.
This article was originally published in the December 2021 issue of Northeast Leaf.
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