(1 customer review)



Colorado growers P Bud & Joe Brand were growing a strain they alternately called the “Dog bud” (because it was said to make the smoker roll on the ground like a dog), and the “Chem” weed (because of its unique almost chemcial funk). After turning on an East Coaster to the strain on Grateful Dead tour, they stayed in touch, and later sent some herb East to their friend. In one batch, the recipient found seeds, which would later be known as the Chem line (Chemdog [aka Chem 91], Chem B [aka SistaChem], Chem D, and Chem 4).

Very light coloration from trichome count. A great middle road density.
Sour, chemical pine, sweet, soil.
Similar flavor to Sour Diesel strains as this is a major component of that strain – sour, soil, floral, and the famous chemical/fabricated Pine Fresh scent.
Fast acting, the sativa dominant traits lead to a clear, head-based effect. The medicine delivers itself quickly, but also climbs for a little while before going full-force. This is a talkative medicine, but with enough indica to not acquire the racey edge.

1 review for Chemdawg

  1. Pablo Sanchez

    Chem (doggy)(dawg) is an amazing strain. First time trying it was a few days ago and it was an amazing strain. The smell is weird but with a diesel undertone. Gives off the parentage smell of sour diesel. The taste was a different kush taste but nothing like OG just that taste. Really good bud. The high is ever lifting. 5 mins and 15 mins later the high intensifies. Great bud. Might be in my top 10 lol .
    Thank you so much green hills for introducing me to this strain,forever indebted to you guys.

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