Donegal, considered by most to be a phenotype of the infamous strain, Chemdawg, is a hybrid strain that is sativa dominant. Staying true to the Chemdawg genetics, Donegal’s effects are neither too-Indica or too-Sativa in nature. Instead, Donegal provides a balanced high. With an impressive THC potency potential that ranges between 17% and 27% with minimal amounts of CBD, this strain can be quite strong.
Donegal has terpenes like myrcene, caryophyllene and pinene to thank for its subtle scents of hops, cloves and pine. The flowers from this plant are often oversized and flat, with hues of olive and neon greens. Amber hairs and a thick coating of trichomes coat the buds.
The flavors of Donegal are a mix of citrus and pungent diesel that give way to the heady effects that are first felt around the crown of your head and provide an uplifted mood and a rush of creativity.
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