Chemdawg 91 in San Francisco

Like most strains in the Chemdawg family, Chemdawg 91 has a very pungent aroma that reminds one of skunk spray. This strain also tastes like a mix between a pine tree and a lemon, which is another way in which it shows its Chemdawg heritage. Thought to have been developed on the East Coast of the United States in 1991, giving it its name, this strain primarily causes a head-based high in its users. Because of its high THC levels and powerful smells (which can include severe scents of ammonia), Chemdawg 91 is probably best enjoyed by longtime users of marijuana who are okay with smelling like the buds.