Lemon Meringue is distinguished by medium to large flowers that maintain a chunky and roughly spherical shape. These buds have the solid, dense internal structure more often seen in indica varieties, with broad leaves that twist tightly inward. The leaves are a bright yellowish green and are punctuated by several curly yellow pistils. A high concentration of resinous trichomes makes these flowers very sticky and gives them a pale, slightly dewy appearance.
High kicks in fairly quickly, sometimes striking users before they’ve even finished coughing on its thick smoke. At first, it can exert head-focused effects like a constricted “headband”-like feeling around the temples and lower forehead. After those sensations die down, users may find themselves in an elevated headspace where ideas may take on a new intensity.