Lemon Thai Kush is probably better known as simply Lemon Thai; real stoners tend to drop the formal “Kush.” But the full name indicates just how strong this plant’s genes are. This strain likely can trace its ancestry back to the Kush Mountains of Afghanistan by way of Lemon Kush, and also to an original Thai landrace sativa. No one seems to know the exact parentage of Lemon Thai Kush, but the result is a sativa-dominant hybrid with an unclear ratio of sativa to indica. This strain has a sweet lemony taste and an aroma of citrus fruit. The buds are long and have a bright green appearance. The THC and CBD contents are likewise mostly a mystery, at least outside the circles that grow and sell Lemon Thai. Expect a powerfully uplifting head high with euphoria and happiness. The effects are energizing and can spark creativity. Use it to treat anxiety and depression, as well as migraines and body pains. Many patients experience dry mouth and red eyes, while dizziness is also a possibility. Lemon Thai, though popular among those who have smoked it, isn’t very common in the United States. It can be found in Michigan, Washington, Oregon, and is also sold in British Columbia.