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Super Lemon Skunk

Found at The Shop in Ypsilanti.

This big, sugary and well-cured, popcorn-dry bud is covered with stubby
red hairs. A  Super Lemon Skunk bouquet
is subtle and

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Found at The Shop in Ypsilanti.

This big, sugary and well-cured, popcorn-dry bud is covered with stubby
red hairs. A  Super Lemon Skunk bouquet
is subtle and earthy, but when it’s broken up it smells just like fresh hay.
Crisp and snappy on the draw, the smoke is rich white and tastes slightly like
lemon oil. The strain is very skunky and delicious. We even searched out and
smoked a roach after the rest was gone. The taste was still bright and the
effect was immediate—an excellent midday smoke that is cerebral and energetic.

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