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Chemdawg 91 Kush Strain which is otherwise known as ‘Chem dawg’ would go back to the day when Joe Brand and Pbud sold Chemdog (breeder) an ounce of top quality weed. It was during 1991, Chemdog made its decision to crack the first four seeds. Of these, one male plant was seen and three other female weeds were there. These female weeds were tagged as ‘Chemdog (which is now called as ”Chemdawg 91’), ‘Chemdog a’ and ‘Chemdog b’. The actual genetics of this strain are still unknown. However, there are two speculations for this. One is believed to be either Kush, Hashplant or Northern Lights has been hybridized with Thai Landrace strain. Another speculation is that the parents of this strain could be Nepali and Thai strains. This is a sativa dominant strain with THC percentage of around 27% and the CBD percentage of around 0.2%. This strain will give the users the blend of earthy, spicy and sweet flavors. Likewise, the smell that is being produced from this strain is earthy and musky. This medical strain is found to be an effective treatment for a range of medical conditions including muscle and joint pains, mood disorders, anxiety, nausea and movement disorders.
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Chem 91, also known as “Chem #91,” “Chemdog 91,” and “Chemdawg 91,” is a hybrid marijuana strain. Much like many other members of the Chemdog line, the origins of Chem #91 are shrouded in mystery. Rumor has it that the lineage was first cultivated by the illustrious East Coast breeder who also goes by the name of Chemdog, and some speculate it descends from a Thai landrace strain. Chem #91 is thought to be an offshoot of the original Chemdog strain, and the numerical addition of “91” is believed to reference the year the strain first came into existence.
Some growers believe Chem 91 to be a cross between Chemdog and Skunk, which may explain its particularly pungent aroma. In true family spirit, this hybrid has a very strong diesel smell with a piney-lemon aftertaste. Most Chem 91 crops tend to lean sativa, though you may find indica variants on some dispensary and retail shelves. Consumers should expect a cerebral buzz from this strain.